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Risk assessments and resources

This page is constantly updated to reflect the latest government guidance.

On this page you will find our Risk assessment for parents attached below; as well as links to dedicated Coronavirus resources including Remote Learning, Contingency Plans, and Outbreak Management Plans

From 27 January, face coverings are no longer advised for pupils, staff and visitors in communal areas.

Therefore, it is now personal preference if parents & carers wish to wear a face mask at drop off or pick up times.

Below are the current guidelines for self-isolation:

On Monday 21 February, the Prime Minister announced the removal of measures put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic as we learn to live with the virus. This includes changes for schools, such as no longer recommending regular testing for pupils and staff without symptoms. Therefore, it is not recommended that children complete a non-symptomatic lateral flow test.

Although they have removed the legal requirement for people to isolate following a positive test, the Government are still advising that adults and children who test positive for COVID-19 stay at home and avoid contact with other people for at least 5 full days, and then continue to follow the guidance until they have received 2 negative test results on consecutive days.

In the guidance provided by the Department for Education they state the school can take the decision to refuse entry to a pupil if it is necessary to protect other pupils and staff from possible infection with COVID-19. In line with the guidance from Surrey County Council we will be refusing entry for children who have tested positive for COVID-19. If your child is isolating, due to symptoms or a positive test, but is well enough to complete home learning please ensure you inform the office, or email the class teacher so that they can signpost work for them, which will be arranged from the following day.