Updated Covid-19 Information

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Dear Parents and Carers

Thank you for your continued support with our plans to limit the risk of Covid-19 in school.

To help further we have updated information about potential symptoms, pupil absence and what to do in a range of scenarios here: Covid-19 pupil absence guide – 210920 (1)

We understand getting tested is becoming increasingly difficult and therefore sticking to the isolation guidelines is very important.  Where parents and carers have managed to seek advice from a GP or 111, the process has been much clearer and easier to follow. If a child is returning to school after a negative test or at the end of the isolation period, please would you let the school know in advance.

We thank you again for working so well with us.

You will find all our information on our  Covid- 19  section of our website.

 

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