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Covid -19 Information Page

This Information was taken from multiple sources such as the Department of Education / NHS and the World Health Organisation:

It is vital that children and young people return to school and college, for their educational progress, for their well being, and for their wider development. School attendance is mandatory from the beginning of the new academic year. This means that it is your legal duty as a parent to send your child (if they are of compulsory school age) to school regularly.
If you have concerns about your child returning to school or college because you consider they may have other risk factors, you should discuss these with your school or college. They should be able to explain ways they are changing things to reduce risks. There are resources to support you with these conversations, including this leaflet on returning to school after a period of absence.
Covid-19 Coronavirus absence guide


Free school meals over October half term

Those parents in receipt of a letter entitling them to a £10 free school meal voucher over the half term will be able to claim their voucher through the children's centres from Wednesday 28th October 2020. 

You may want to check the children's centre website for updates. 

See here for a list of children's centres in your area. 

24hr email address for staff, parents to notify school of case or suspected case of Covid-19: 



Anyone with symptoms – staff, parents and children can get tested through the testing portal:

Test and Trace Information

Or telephone 119



 It is important that outside of school we all follow the government guidance around Covid-19, particularly the Stay at Home guidance below and do not bring your child into school:

Stay At Home Guidance