Covid 19 & Scarlet Fever
The government continues to manage the risk of serious illness from the spread of the virus. There has been a movement away from stringent restrictions on everyone’s day-to-day lives, towards advising people on how to protect themselves and others, alongside targeted interventions to reduce risk. As COVID-19 becomes a virus that we learn to live with, there is now an imperative to reduce the disruption to children and young people’s education.
Scarlet Fever has presented some risk in recent times. As a school we will try to reduce the risk of such illnesses spreading.
The priority is for schools to deliver face-to-face, high-quality education to all pupils. As such, hygiene routines are seen as imperative within the school. They are maintained and encouraged. All children are educated so that they comprehend and follow healthy washing and 'catch it, bin it, kill it' practices. Classrooms are ventilated to reduce the risk of people getting ill.
Information About the Virus
To find out about more information about how you should respond if you or anyone in your household develops Covid-19 symptoms, please click the link below. To find out more about Scarlet Fever, please click the relevant link below.
What should my child expect from immediate remote education in the first day or two of pupils being sent home?
Should your child or their class need to stay at home, they will be directed to Google Classroom. All pupils have access to Google Classroom. If your child does not know their username and/or password please contact email@example.com and support will be arranged. On Google Classroom, you will find a link to the National Oak Academy units of work.
Pupils also have access to the following:
For any questions regarding TimesTable Rockstars, please contact Miss Haddaway firstname.lastname@example.org
Remote Learning & Safeguarding
As there will be times when children will complete their learning remotely, it is important that our community work together to keep our children safe whilst they are learning remotely. Please click the link below to find out more:
For broader information on online safety, please click the link below: