Coronavirus Update


This page will be updated as regularly as possible with information regarding the spread of coronavirus, and its impact on school.

Please download the official updates (at the bottom of this page) as to what is happening in your child's school and the recommended advice that you need to follow.


Following the Governments recent announcements,  schools currently remain closed to the vast majority of children.

School will re-open from Monday 1st June to children in Reception, Year 1 & Year 6.

Please complete the parents survey to let us know if your child will be returning to school.


Parents are advised to read the government's guidance on keeping children at home during the forced school closure in order to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 infection. Please click on the DfE link to take you to the advice being given by the Government.


If you require school provision for your child because you are a critical worker and you are unable to keep your child safe at home (because there is no adult there to look after them), then please click on the link below to take you to the page on how you can request school provision.




If you believe that you have symptoms of COVID-19 (see below) then please follow the Govenrment advice. Please click on the link to take you to the appropriate advice 

The most significant symptoms of Coronavirus are:

  • new continuous cough, and/or
  • high temperature (37.8°C)

If children, or anyone in your household develop either of these symptoms, they should be kept in isolation for a period of 14 days from the onset of the symptoms.

Please click on the link below, to take you to the latest government advice in terms of when to self-isolate.


Sending work home

Home learning tasks have been prepared for the children and will be uploaded on to the school website, a week at a time - every Sunday. Click on the link below to take you to the home learning tasks page. 


Promoting good hygeine

Whilst at home, please continue to encourage good hygeine with your children through regular handwashing, and the use of tissues to 'Catch It, Bin It, Kill It".


Further information on good hygeine can be found by visiting the Public Health England website:


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