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Covid-19 and Home Learning

Covid and Remote Learning

In the event that your child is unable to attend school, either through school closure, or due to Covid, but is well enough to learn, their class teacher will send home learning via email.  

Update 9th March 2022

On 21 February 2022, the Prime Minister set out the next phase of the Government’s COVID19 response. COVID-19 continues to be a virus that we learn to live with, and we continue to work to reduce the disruption to children’s education.

Covid cases have continued to fall in Suffolk and across the school. Our Covid Management Plan remains in place, should we need to step up measures if we have an increase in cases in the school.

The school continues to follow the DFE guidance Schools Operational Guidance.

There continues to be control measures in place:

1. Ensure good hygiene for everyone.

Hand hygiene

Frequent and thorough hand cleaning is part of daily practice. Children are encouraged to clean their hands regularly with soap and water and hand sanitise.  

Respiratory hygiene

The ‘catch it, bin it, kill it’ approach continues to be very important.

2. Maintain appropriate cleaning regimes.

3. Keep occupied spaces well ventilated.

4. Follow public health advice on testing, self-isolation and managing confirmed cases of COVID-19.

NHS Coronavirus information

www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

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