ALL PARENTS / VISITORS AND STAFF IN SCHOOL WILL BE REQUIRED TO WEAR A FACE COVERNING/MASK IN ALL COMMUNAL AREAS OF THE BUILDING
How to Access a PCR Test
When you are showing symptoms of:
o new or continuous cough
o high temperature
o loss of sense of taste/smell
Tests can be arranged by calling 119 or appointments can be booked online by Clicking here
From Tuesday 11th January 2022, the guidance for Covid self-isolation has changed. From this date if your child tests positive on an lateral flow test, they no longer require a PCR test to confirm the result so long as they have no symptoms. This will be Day 0 of their isolation.
Please note that anybody displaying symptoms must still take a PCR test.
If a household member tests positive then children no longer need to self-isolate; however, they should do a lateral flow test each morning before coming to school.
Returning to school
Following a positive test (PCR or LF), the child must then take an LF on day 6 and day 7. These tests must be taken 24 hours apart and if both are negative then the child can return to school on day 8, as long as they do not have a raised temperature.
Please inform school on Day 7 that your child will be returning on Day 8 – do not send your child to school without informing us first.
If the tests are positive on days 6 and/or 7, then the child can only return to school once two negative tests have been obtained on two consecutive days, or once the full 10-day isolation period has been completed, if sooner, returning to school on Day 11.
Remote education plan
How your child will continue their learning at home during isolation.