Covid 19 essential information

Arrangements during National lockdown

During the current National lockdown, school is open only for children of keyworkers with all other pupils receiving remote learning. We will continually monitor the situation within school and will keep parents/carers informed of any changes or updates as soon as possible. You can also read our comprehensive school reopening Risk Assessment (January 2021) by clicking here.

With regard to the recent government announcement that from Monday March 8, 2021, all schools in England are to reopen, we have updated our comprehensive risk assessment which you can read by clicking this link.

Remote learning

With many of our pupils receiving remote education, we have produced handy guides for using Google Classroom and a remote learning overview which clarifies what parents and pupils can expect during lockdown or periods of isolation. Click here for information.

National guidance from the DfE

What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges January 2021

Covid catch-up scheme

The government is providing £1 billion funding to cover a one-off universal catch-up premium for the 2020 to 2021 academic year. Click here to find out more.

Guidance on what to do if your child is poorly

We understand it’s concerning for parents/carers when a child is poorly – especially given the current circumstances. Together with the latest COVID-19 health and safety advice, we’ve put together a flowchart to help guide you through some questions if your child is poorly and you’re unsure if they should attend school.

Click here to find the guidance flow chart