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Update: 26/02/2022  - Regularly undertake a full refresh to get most up to date page.

Updated Guidance from Department of Education

From 24 February, the Government will remove the legal requirement to self-isolate following a positive test. In addition, the Government will no longer ask fully vaccinated close contacts and those aged under 18 to test daily for 7 days and routine contact tracing will end.

Adults and children who test positive will continue to be advised to stay at home and avoid contact with other people for at least 5 full days and then continue to follow the guidance until they have received 2 negative test results on consecutive days.

Staff, children and young people who are contacts should attend their education settings as usual.  This includes staff who have been in close contact within their household, unless they are able to work from home.

The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) published updated guidance on 24 February.

Should parents send their child to school if they think they have COVID-19?

If a child has any of the main symptoms or a positive test result, the public health advice remains unchanged and is to stay at home and avoid contact with other people.

Anyone with any of the main COVID-19 symptoms should order a test and is advised to stay at home while waiting for the result.

If they test positive, they are advised to follow public health advice.

The article can be viewed in full here: DfE Guidance

Guidance from Public Health Warrington (05/01/2022)

All adults who are fully vaccinated and children aged 5 to 18 years and 6 months, identified as a contact of someone with COVID-19 – whether Omicron or not – should take a lateral flow device (LFD) test every day for 7 days instead of self-isolating. Daily testing by close contacts will help to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Daily testing for contacts of COVID-19 will help protect education settings by reducing transmission and will also help keep pupils in face-to-face education.

Once notified by NHS Test and Trace as a close contact, all eligible staff, pupils and family members should take an LFD each day for 7 days and report the results through the Online Reporting System and to their setting if the test is positive. If they test negative, they can continue to attend their education setting.

If they test positive, they should self-isolate and order a PCR test to confirm the result. If the PCR is positive, they must self-isolate for 10 days. If the PCR test is negative, they no longer need to self-isolate but should continue to carry out the remainder of the daily tests, and only need to isolate if it is positive. If a child or pupil tests positive they may be able to end their self-isolation period before the end of the 10 full days. They can take a lateral flow device (LFD) test from 6 days after the day symptoms started and another LFD test on the following day. The second LFD test should be taken at least 24 hours later. If both these test results are negative, and the child or pupil does not have a high temperature, they may end their self-isolation after the second negative test result, and return to their education setting.

Children under five years old do not need to take part in daily testing for contacts of COVID-19 and do not need to isolate.

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Return to School Information

Guidance on return to school - can be used after lockdown or isolations.

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Covid Advice on When to IsolateCovid parent poster

If somebody in your household develops symptoms or is advised to go for a test please DO NOT send your child into school.

By doing so you potentially put other families and staff at risk of contracting COVID-19.

You MUST keep your children at home until you recieve a negative test. When a negative test is received we can welcome your child back to school. If you receive a positive test, the rest of your household must isolate for 14 days.

If you are unsure  what to do, please click on this poster image or contact the school office via Live Chat.

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Safe Practice for School Arrival and Leaving - updated

Whilst we have measures in place to reduce the number of people arriving at school for drop off and pick up each day, we appreciate that there is limited space on the pavements outside school. With this in mind we politely request that you arrive on time for your child's slot at the start & end of the day and avoid waiting outside the gates for long periods - this reduces the risk of bubbles crossing and keeps all of us safe. We also remind you of the need to wear a face mask and maintain social distancing of 2m when entering and leaving the school site and would encorage parents to continue to do this in September.

IF YOUR CHILD IS IN THE SECOND SLOT, PLEASE ONLY ARRIVE AT SCHOOL TO DROP OFF FROM 8.55AM SO THE SCHOOL SITE IS CLEARER.

We have Gate Supervisors on each of the gates who will be there to ensure our school stays safe and will be able to answer any questions about school access.

Below are the groups, the classes and the subsets.  We have deliberately put children in subsets according to family groups so as to minimise the potential for whole school shut down if there is a local outbreak.  This may mean children will be working with other children in the year group different from their previous class.  We are prioritising public health and this prority will continue in September.  Pupil groups/classes will not be changed.  Signs are up showing which Gate, for which class, at which time.

Parents are discouraged from going onto the main playground in the morning and must be prompt both drop off and pick up.

Chart below has been updated to reflect the newslewtter sent at the end of last term.

 YEAR GROUP   CLASS/SUBSET  START TIME  START GATE  PICK UP TIME   PICK UP GATE

 Nursery

(Mrs Peters Nursery Manager)

Class NLP

Group A: Mrs Peters/Miss Hewitt lead 

Group B: Miss Albon & Miss Fleming lead 

 

 Session dependent

Session dependent

Gate A2 (in), one way, Gate C (out)

Gate A2 (in), one way, Gate A1 (out)

 Session dependent

Session dependent

 Gate A2 (in), one way, Gate C (out)

Gate A2 (in), one way, Gate A1 (out)

 Reception

Class RRC

Miss Coleman

(ABE)

 8.45-8.50am Gate A2 (in), one way, Gate C (out)  3.10-3.15pm  Gate A2 (in), one way, Gate C (out)
 Reception

Class RKD

Miss Davies

(CDF)

 8.55-9.00am Gate A2 (in), one way, Gate C (out)  3.20-3.25pm   Gate A2 (in), one way, Gate C (out)
 Year 1

Class 1AL

Mr Lankertis

(ABE)

 8.45-8.50am Gate C (in and out) - wait along fence side  3.10-3.15pm  Gate C (in and out) - wait along fence side
 Year 1

Class 1LM

Miss McGivern

(CDF)

 8.55-9.00am Gate C (in and out) - wait long wall side  3.20-3.25pm  Gate A2 (in), Gate A1 (out) - wait long wall side
 Year 2

Class 2HJ

Miss Johnson

(ABE)

 8.45-8.50am Gate C (in and out) - wait along fence side  3.10-3.15pm Gate A2 (in), Gate A1 (out) - wait long wall side
 Year 2

Class 2SB

Mr Bulger

(CDF)

 8.55-9.00am Gate C (in and out) - wait long wall side  3.20-3.25pm Gate C (in and out) - wait long wall side
 Year 3

 Class 3ST

Miss Taylor

(ABE)

 8.45-8.50am Gate D (In and out) - wait along housing side  3.10-3.15pm Gate D (In and out) - wait along housing side
 Year 3

 Class 3SV

Mrs Vernon & Miss Spenceley

(CDF)

 8.55-9.00am Gate D (In and out) - wait along fence side  3.20-3.25pm Gate D (In and out) - wait along fence side
 Year 4

Class 4RC

Mrs Callon

(ABE)

 8.45-8.50am Gate D (In and out) - wait along housing side  3.10-3.15pm Gate D (In and out) - wait along housing side
 Year 4

Class 4EC

Miss Clarke

(CDF)

 8.55-9.00am Gate D (In and out) - wait along fence side  3.20-3.25pm Gate D (In and out) - wait along fence side
 Year 5

Class 5AM

Mrs Meager & Miss Allen

(ABE)

 8.45-8.50am Gate A1 (in and out)  3.10-3.15pm Gate A1 (in and out)
 Year 5

Class 5MT

Mrs Taylor

(CDF)

 8.55-9.00am Gate A1 (in and out)  3.20-3.25pm Gate A1 (in and out)
Year 6

Class 6ML

Miss Littler

(ABE)

 8.45-8.50am SMILE Centre Entrance (in and out)  3.10-3.15pm  SMILE Centre Entrance (in and out)
 Year 6

Class 6CM

Mrs Malhi

(CDF)

 8.55-9.00am SMILE Centre Entrance (in and out)  3.20-3.25pm  SMILE Centre Entrance (in and out)

This is likely to run till December and we will keep our arrangements under review. 

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