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St Michael's CofE Primary School

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Coronavirus Information

On this page we will keep you up to date with information regarding the Coronavirus outbreak.

What to do if your child feels unwell (click here)

Our Covid Risk Assessment can be found here. This Risk Assessment has been drawn up by our Health and Safety Advisor in line with most recent government guidance, and is reviewed regularly. 

Covid RA for St Michael's Primary School v5 Oct 12 2020.docx

 

23/10/20

On Wednesday 21st November we were inspected by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). They were very complimentary about our risk assessment and the way the environment was organised.

If your child tests positive in half term: what do you do? Click here:

 My child tests positive for Covid-19-half term website noticev3.docx

 

19/10/2020

In case we have to isolate any groups, classes or year groups, we now have a remote learning policy which explains how we will continue to teach children.

Remote Learning Policy FINAL version Oct 2020.doc

12/10/2020

We are very pleased that so far there have been no confirmed cases among either pupils or staff. We very much want to keep things that way. Please see our most recent Risk Assessment at the bottom of this section.

There is a new testing facility now available in South Gloucestershire (in Frenchay). Click on the link below for more details

Covid Testing in South Gloucestershire.docx

28/09/2020

 Our changes have been successful in reducing 'pinch points' and giving parents more space while they are waiting to pick children up. Please can parents play their part by keeping 2m apart from other parents. If you feel you cannot do this, you are strongly encouraged to wear a mask. Remember: 

Hands

Face

Space

11/09/2020

We are making some adjustments to our start/end times in order to manage parent congestion on site, especially at the end of the day. Please can all parents read the following information carefully.

Drop off and pick up changes from Sept 14.pdf

Drop offs and pick ups week 2 onwards.pdf

Letter Schools Parents.Carers 100920.docx

Parents_Carers guidance_social_distancing.pdf

Information for visitors to the school

What is coronavirus?

A coronavirus is a type of virus. As a group, coronaviruses are common across the world. COVID-19 is a new strain of coronavirus first identified in Wuhan City, China in January 2020.

The incubation period of COVID-19 is between 2 and 14 days. This means that if a person remains well 14 days after contact with someone with confirmed coronavirus, it is unlikely that they have been infected.

The following symptoms may develop in the 14 days after exposure to someone who has COVID-19 infection:

  • Persistent cough
  • loss of taste or sense of smell
  • high temperature

Generally, these infections can cause more severe symptoms in people with weakened immune systems, older people, and those with long-term conditions like diabetes, cancer and chronic lung disease. There is no evidence that children are more affected than other age groups – very few cases have been reported in children.

What to do if your child feels unwell

Click on the above link

Key workers: please check this list. If your child is likely to attend school we may ask to see evidence of your employment

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29/08/20

 

Information about the reopening of school: September 2020

Key elements for September opening v4 for parents 28 8 2020.docx

Reopening letter for parents Aug 28th 2020.doc

Breakfast Club Booking form Sept 2020.docx

Reception parents 28 8 2020.doc

Letter to Y1-Y6 chidren August 2020.doc

 

01/08/2020

 

Information about the reopening of school: September 2020

All schools in England will be reopening for all pupils in September. We have been busy preparing for this, following the latest government guidance. If you would like to read this guidance, as well as other related documents, please click on the links below

 

Guidance for parents: September reopening

Guidance for parents: metal health and wellbeing

Guidance for parents: out of school settings

For details of what reopening means for us, please click on the following documents. These were emailed to parents on 1/8/2020

Reopening letter for parents.doc

Key elements for September opening v3 for parents.docx

Parents and Carers FAQs.pdf

Test and Trace workplace guidance.pdf

 

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