Expectations

We need everyone to help us minimise the spread of COVID-19 within and around our schools by understanding the expectations we have.

For Learners:

  • Go to school if it is open, you have no COVID-19 symptoms and have not been in contact with a confirmed case. 
  • Wash hands often and thoroughly throughout the day.
  • Maintain 2-metre social distancing where possible. 
  • In secondary schools, wear a face covering indoors where 2 metre social distancing cannot be maintained, unless exempt under government guidelines. 

For Families:

  • Make sure your child goes to school if it is open, they have no COVID-19 symptoms and have not been in contact with a confirmed case.
  • Tell your school immediately if your child is experiencing any of the following symptoms of Covid-19:
    – A high temperature
    – A new, continuous cough
    – A loss of change to sense of smell or taste
  • Tell your school immediately if your child or a member of your household received a positive test.
  • Inform your school immediately if your child has been in contact with someone with COVID-19.
  • Follow government guidelines on self-isolating.

For Visitors:

  • Only visit the site in person if it is essential.
  • If you need to visit the site, you must:

    – Not have any symptoms of COVID-19.
    – Not have been in contact with a confirmed case in the last 10 days.
    – Wear a face covering at all times, unless exempt under government guidelines.
    – Sign in on arrival.
    – Follow all local procedures.

For our Schools:

  • Do our best to mitigate risks to ensure safety.
  • Continue to provide exceptional education for our learners, and support the emotional wellbeing of our learners, families, and staff.
  • Follow Government and Public Health England advice to protect everyone’s safety and wellbeing.
  • Work closely with the local authorities to ensure a consistent and measured approach to the support of children and families.
  • Clearly communicate and consult with families, staff, and other key stakeholders to seek to ease their concerns.