COVID 19

If you think you have symptoms of COVID-19 –

 

When to self-isolate

Self-isolate immediately if:

  • you have any symptoms of coronavirus (a high temperature, a new, continuous cough or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste)
  • you’ve tested positive for coronavirus – this means you have coronavirus
  • someone you live with has symptoms or tested positive
  • someone in your support bubble has symptoms and you’ve been in close contact with them since their symptoms started or during the 48 hours before they started
  • someone in your support bubble tested positive and you’ve been in close contact with them since they had the test or in the 48 hours before their test
  • you’ve been told you’ve been in contact with someone who tested positive – find out what to do if you’re told to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace or the NHS COVID-19 app
  • you arrive in the UK from a country with a high coronavirus risk – see GOV.UK: how to self-isolate when you travel to the UK

How to self-isolate

You must not leave your home if you’re self-isolating.

  • do not go to work, school or public places – work from home if you can
  • do not go on public transport or use taxis
  • do not go out to get food and medicine – order it online or by phone, or ask someone to bring it to your home
  • do not have visitors in your home, including friends and family – except for people providing essential care
  • do not go out to exercise – exercise at home or in your garden, if you have one

When to get a test

Get a test as soon as possible if you have any symptoms of coronavirus.

The symptoms are:

  • a high temperature
  • a new, continuous cough
  • a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste

The test needs to be done in the first 8 days of having symptoms.

 

How long to self-isolate

If you test positive, your self-isolation period includes the day your symptoms started (or the day you had the test, if you do not have symptoms) and the next 10 full days.

Anyone you live with will also need to self-isolate at the same time.

You may need to self-isolate for longer if you get symptoms while self-isolating or your symptoms do not go away.

Read more about how long to self-isolate.

 

 

Risk Assessment – 30 March 2021

September re-opening risk assessment 2020 – review 30.03.21

 

Greensand Risk Assessment – 30 March 2021

Greensand Risk assessment 30.03.21

 

14 January 2021

Remote Education Policy

REMOTE LEARNING PLAN – Dec 2020 / Jan 2021

 

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

www.gov.uk/government/publications/early-years-providers-schools-and-colleges-in-the-autumn-term-translations-for-parents-and-carers

 

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

www.reachingfamilies.org.uk/animations.html#covideo

 

Catch-up Premium Funding Report – January 2021

Catch up Funding report

 

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

Safer Travel Guidance for Passengers