Risk Assessment Documents
Something you might like to share with you children to help prepare them for school.
Widening of school attendance from 1st June 2020
Following the Prime Minister's briefing on Sunday 10th May, we know that you will have many questions about how and when we will be reopening for children in different year groups. Like you, we have only seen the Prime Minister's briefing and are awaiting more information. So, at the moment we are unable to answer your questions. Please be assured that we will contact you directly once we know more and also post our updates on this website.
For children of key workers and vulnerable children, we remain open as usual and you should continue to send your child to school as you have done in recent weeks. For all other children, we will continue to post learning activities and resources on the class pages of the website under the children tab.
The health and wellbeing of our children, their families and our school community is always our highest priority.
We are following the advice and guidance provided by NHS 111 and Public Health England to minimise risk to all and promote high standards of hygiene for both children and adults. You can support your child and school by following the guidance at home as well, including teaching them how to wash their hands thoroughly as described in the guidance and encouraging them to – Catch it, Bin it, Kill it.
If we receive notification of a confirmed case, we will follow expert advice and keep parents informed of any actions that we take, using parentmail and the school website.
In the meantime, it would be very helpful, if you could check that we have your most up to date contact details in school; for example, if you have recently moved or changed your phone number.
The guidance is published on Gov.uk and the link below will take you directly to it:
The link below takes you to the posters of information published by NHS England.