It's been a while since we saw you last and look forward to seeing some of the children return to school on the June 29th.
Whilst we understand and appreciate the mixed feelings around our return to school, please be assured that every precaution we can take has been thought about and implemented where possible.
Every effort has been made to mitigate the risk to pupils, staff and the public, however, it is important to note that total mitigation of the risk of contamination with COVID-19 is not possible.
Children will be required to wash their hands regularly throughout the day. They will be asked to wash hands upon entering and leaving school, before and after eating, before and after using the outdoors and after using the bathroom. Every classroom used has access to a sink.
Please make sure that your child has washed their hands before they leave for school in the morning.
Hygiene teams will clean high touch/contact areas throughout the day across the school.
Toilets will be monitored to ensure that pupils socially distance and hands are washed according to guidance. Toilets will also be assigned to groups - with one group using the same toilets for the day.
Only one pupil at a time will be permitted to use the toilet facility at one time. If the toilet is in use markers have been placed on the floor so children know where to wait (at an appropriate distance).
Staff and pupils are required to wear clean clothes every day. Pupils should wear school uniform. However, if they have grown out of this then they are permitted to wear other suitable clothing.
Each classroom will have their own cleaning resources to enable regular cleaning throughout the day.
Classrooms will be well ventilated throughout the day with windows and doors open.
Created with images by United Nations COVID-19 Response - "This illustration is designed to aid and teach children the importance of personal hygiene, especially through the COVID-19 pandemic. Through vibrant illustration and text, the viewer will be taken along a magical and playful journey to discover how to wash your hands correctly. The use of bold colours captures the attention of the viewer and takes some joy into a very difficult and confusing time for children. Image created by Sophie Cane. Submitted for United Nations Global Call Out To Creatives - help stop the spread of COVID-19." • Unknown - "Cleaning Cleanser Woman · Free image on Pixabay" • Mika Baumeister - "Protective masks, normally used for surgery, are now in use to fight the Corona Virus SARS-nCov-19. " • Ramakant Sharda - "untitled image"