If you think you have symptoms  of COVID 19 –

For anyone – who believes they may have symptoms or is notified that they are a confirmed case of coronavirus, the individual affected must stay at home self-isolating, following the guidance found here.

  • If you have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19), however mild, OR you have received a positive coronavirus (COVID-19) test result, the clear medical advice is to immediately self-isolate at home for at least seven days from when your symptoms started. Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.

You should arrange to have a test to see if you have COVID-19 if you haven’t already –  visit this website to arrange.

  • Consider alerting the people that you have had close contact within the last 48 hours to let them know you have symptoms of COVID-19.

Following a positive test result, you will receive a request by text, email or phone to log into the NHS Test and Trace service website and provide    information about recent close contacts.

Additional link with further guidance is below…

How to check if you have COVID-19 symptoms



1 October 2020

Remote Education Policy




Translations of the information for parents and carers about going back to schools, nurseries and colleges in the autumn term.



Please can parents watch the video link first to ensure they are happy for their child to view –


Risk Assessment – 15 October 2020

September re-opening risk assessment 2020 – review 15.10.20


Risk Assessment – 18 September 2020

September re-opening risk assessment 2020 – review 17.9.20


Risk Assessment – 25 May 2020

Operational Risk assessment for school reopening during COVID-19 crisis FINAL


Risk Assessments – 28 May 2020

Risk Assessment for Keyworker Pods – FINAL 26.5.20

Risk Assessment for reopening EYFS and Y1 – FINAL 26.5.20

Risk Assessment for reopening Y6 – FINAL 26.5.20


Coronavirus (COVID-19): safer travel guidance for passengers

Please go to the following link –