Keep your 2 metre distance
Go to your drop off/collection point
Line up 2 metres apart
Drop off or collect your child at the new staggered times
Parents and carers will not be able to enter the school building.
Only 'essential visitors' will be allowed in school.
The pass over of the children will happen at their classroom entrance at the allotted time.
School reception will be closed, so contact will be done through phone or preferably email:
General office queries: email@example.com
Speak to Mrs Angell: firstname.lastname@example.org
Remind children how to wash away germs
Coronarvirus simply explained for KS1 children
Coronarvirus explained for KS2 children
Encouraging all children to socially distance - Song to support the younger children in school
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Year 1 Classroom
Year 2 Classroom
Year 3 Classroom
Year 4 Classroom
Year 5 Classroom
Year 6 Classroom
Regular cleaning and individual first aid stations
- Regular cleaning of children's desks and chairs will take place throughout the day.
- Classrooms will have their own cleaning supplies to wipe all surfaces/areas down before and after snacks & lunches.
- There will be a CONTINUOUS deep clean of TOILETS and ALL SHARED SPACES and SURFACES throughout the day on a continual loop.
- Each class will have its own medical station to avoid children moving to different areas around school.
- Throughout school there are four sanitising stations for anyone within school, walking between zones.
For further details: see our Return to School Management Plan and Risk Assessment below.
September 2020 - Return to School: COVID-19
We will use this tab to direct you to Government, NHS and PHE links.
You will also be able to read our documents and letters in regards to our management of COVID 19 in school including our safeguarding update and risk assessment.
|Social Distancing and Safety at School Entrances||[pdf 28KB]|
|Coronavirus in children||[pdf 398KB]|
|8.07.20 Return to School in September all||[pdf 608KB]|
Resources to help children to learn about coronavirus and how to keep themselves and others safe
- Busy Bees posters to help explain:
|Professional association for children and early years (PACEY):|
|supporting children in your setting|
|A story that explains Coronarvirus to children|
|Talking to children about coronarvirus|
|Hi I saw this and thought it might be something that you might like to use with the younger children. From Mrs Thompson|