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COVID-19 information

COVID-19 information


Any letters relating to the school closure period earlier this year and our school plan can be found here -  under 'letters home'. Please also check out our newsletters as these have COVID-19 alerts and reminders on each week. You can find them here.


Click on the following links to find out more information about remote learning, behaviour and safeguarding during this COVID-19 situation.



Lockdown was hard - self-isolating is hard. 


Respect others, protect each other - continue to play your part.


Be kind to yourself, give yourself a break, do not put too much pressure on yourself



Click on the image below for more information on Local COVID-19 Alerts for Nottinghamshire County Council


 Follow the links below for government, NHS and PHE guidance.


Please note - this page and the content in it has been updated  - 29.08.21





Coronavirus: how to stay safe and help prevent the spread


Test twice a week even if you do not have symptoms

NHS guidance relating to symptoms of Coronavirus

NHS self-isolation and treatment guidance - households with possible Coronavirus infections

Government guidance on shielding and protecting people defined on medical grounds as extremely vulnerable from COVID-19

NHS guidance - Testing and tracing for coronavirus

Get a test to check if you have coronavirus, understand your test result and find out what to do if you're contacted by NHS Test and Trace.

Travelling abroad from England


Government guidance - What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

Coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination

Lateral flow tests for families - see below for more info












Questions and answers - COVID-19 

Click here to submit a question for this page and we will endeavor to post them as soon as possible.


 I’m asthmatic - will I have to wear my exemption lanyard? If you wish to wear your lanyard, you can - face coverings are not mandatory, we are encouraging them to support the protection of each other. 

If school is forced to close, how will the flu vaccine proceed? This will be managed by the immunisations team - a lot of other schools will be in the same position. We are putting the question to them and will update if a reply is received. 

Can the collection end of day locations be reviewed? There are snaking queues immediately entering the gate - some exit quicker than others but this area can become crowded. Is one way system possible inside gates? Closer monitoring outside gate for those who do not adhere to the one way ( particularly those waiting on Atkin lane to collect children) Too congested everyone using Atkin Lane entrance/exit, maybe use Atkin Lane to enter and the top gate to exit? People can keep walking rather than standing in groups. -


There have been a few comments about this concern - THIS IS UNDER REVIEW TODAY 21.09.20

We have other year groups using the top gate so therefore a one way system cannot be implemented through the playground. 

Are different year groups using the same toilets? If so are they being cleaned at regular intervals and sticking to 1 to 2 children at a time. Bubbles are allocated to different toilets and they also have timetabled toilet times too. They have staggered lunch and break times to avoid gatherings. We have an enhanced cleaning schedule which means that toilets are cleaned at regular intervals, bins emptied and touch points throughout school cleaned too. This is always under review. 
Could session 2 children be accepted into school at the same time as session 1 where there is a sibling in session 1 to prevent the need for parents to be waiting around? This is difficult as we need to ensure that children are being supervised as appropriate. If there are family specific issues, then please do get in touch. Otherwise try to drop off at the nearest time for both classes. 
Can Year 6 come out of the main door to avoid crowding on the pavement? This is under review - reminders are in place from today 21.09.20 for them to walk single file, stay to the side and wait carefully. 

Would it be possible to have bigger gaps and more staggered times? At the moment the parents are all crossing paths on the narrow pavements with only a 10 minute gap between start times? Thank you I know it is difficult. To make it easier for sibling drop offs, we need to keep the time as close together as is safely possible. If the times are stuck to as written and the children are let in and let out on time, then the transitions should be seamless. 

Is school going to close? Currently, there is no guidance to suggest that school closure are happening. 
If the schools do close, then will there be more online class sessions available by the teacher to the children? Yes, we are fine tuning our remote learning policy which outlines how learning will continue if there are periods of self-isolation or school closure. 



We all have a responsibility to keep our school community safe - play your part.


If you have any questions about this page or it's contents, please get in touch with the school office. 01623 461313 or email