Black History Month promotes and celebrate Black contributions to British society, and to foster an understanding of Black history in general. Mrs Davies will be sharing a special assembly with the school and the children will be learning about a Great Black Briton in...
Value of the Month
Hope is an orientation of the spirit that enables us to live each day believing that we can be strong, that there is a good future ahead, that together we can make a difference.
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Dear Parents and Carers,
If your child is unwell in any way at all they should remain at home until they are completely better and 48 hours after any vomiting or diarrhoea.
If your child display any of the following Covid 19 symptoms – high temperature, new continuous cough ( coughing a lot for more than one hour or 3 or more coughing fits in 24 hours), loss or change in smell or taste, then they must remain at home and you must arrange for a test to be taken. All your household members should also at the same time start the 14 day isolation period – this is because it can take up to 14 days for symptoms of the virus to appear. The household should only stop isolating if the test result comes back as negative and then your child may also return to school. If the test result is positive then the child may return to school after 10 days providing they are fully recovered and have no more symptoms at all.
The school must be informed immediately if your child develops any of the covid symptoms. Please also inform the school as soon as your test result comes back. A positive test result will lead to the closure of the affected class/es for the 14 day isolation period.
Please ensure you adhere to this information so that we can keep everyone as safe as possible,
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Below is a short video for parents and children to give you an idea of what it will be like when you return to school.