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Covid 19

Please click on the link below to go to our 'letters' page which has copies of all the latest communications sent to parents, including details of our recovery curriculum plans.


Beneath this shortcut, you will find a 'frequently asked questions' section as well as links to government sites with further information regarding the national and local approaches to

staying alert, controlling the virus and saving lives.

Frequently Asked Questions



What do I do if someone in my house is experiencing symptoms, however slight?

The main symptoms include:

  • High temperature
  • New, continuous cough
  • Loss or change to your sense of smell or taste

If you, your child or anyone in your house develop symptoms, please self-isolate immediately and visit to arrange a test or call 119 and please inform the school urgently. 


What will happen if my child becomes unwell with coronavirus symptoms whilst at school?

  • If they become unwell with a new, continuous cough or a high temperature, or has a loss of, or change in, their normal sense of taste or smell, their emergency contacts will be informed who will be asked to collect them as soon as is possible. Whilst waiting collection, they will be moved to a room where they can be isolated with a member of staff caring for them.
  • You are advised to self-isolate and arrange a test for your child or by calling 119.
  • Other members of the household should being self-isolation too. 


What will happen if there is a confirmed case within school?

In this instance, we will follow government guidance which involves informing East Midlands PHE Health Protection Team. They will conduct a rapid risk assessment and advise on next steps.  


Click on the link below 'What if...? for a quick guide for parents/carers issued by
This NHS has written to parents to explain when they should book a COVID test for their child. 

How to test your child for coronavirus (Covid-19) in the UK

A how to video on testing your child for coronavirus. This is the throat and nose swab test which will test for whether your child has coronavirus now. Exact...

Covid 19 Amendment to our Behaviour Policy


Please click on the link below to be taken to our policies page which contains an Appendix to our Behaviour Policy. The policy has required an amendment due to the measures that have been introduced to support with the reopening of School. Please also click on the link below to view the Attendance Policy.

Current National and Local Coronavirus Information

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The Department for Education Coronavirus helpline is available to answer questions about Covid-19 relating to education:


Phone: 0800 046 8687

Opening hours:

8am to 6pm – Monday to Friday

10am to 4pm - Saturday to Sunday


Transition Information