Links to the latest national and local guidance for the pandemic can be found below.
Whenever the school is open during the pandemic there are some changes to policies and the day to day operations, such as comprehensive risk assessments, cleaning regimes and very specific arrival times and procedures for entering/ exiting site. Bubbles of children and staff mean that positive tested cases can be isolated without having to close the entire school.
|Class Bubble||Open/ Closure Period||Self-Isolation Period|
|YR - Oak||Open|
|YR - Elm||Closed until end of term||Isolating - Return to public on Sat 24th July|
|YR - Fir|
Open (6 named children must isolate
until end of term)
Not isolating (6 named children isolating
can return to public on Sat 24th July)
|Y1 - Willow||Open||Not isolating|
|Y1 - Birch||Open||Not isolating|
|Y1 - Cherry||Open||Not isolating|
|Y2 - Maple||Open||Not isolating|
|Y2 - Juniper||Closed until end of term||Isolating - Return to public on Sat 24th July|
|Y2 - Sycamore|
You can see our plan for tackling lost learning as a result of the pandemic on the policies page under the key information menu. This includes our use of the catch-up premium funding issued by the government.
Free Infant Meals - the school is only required to provide these to pupils who are in school on any given day. Pupils at home during lock-down are ineligible to receive free infant meals. The school will provide:
Free School Meals - this is the benefit related free meals. Schools are required to provide these to all eligible pupils during a lock-down in term time. Therefore the school will provide to these pupils either: