COVID safe

Working hard to keep

our community safe

Our school is now fully open and we are all very happy to have all our children back in school.  Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we have a number of measures in place, in order to keep children, families, staff and visitors safe.
Our School Day

Although our school day has now returned to normal timings, we have kept a one-way route around our school for all our parents and families to follow.   Playtimes and lunchtimes are organised so that we always have lots of space.

Social Distancing

All visitors, including parents and families, are expected to maintain social distancing whilst on the school site, both inside and outside.  Two metre markings, both inside and outside, help to remind everyone.  

We are keeping our one-way system for parents and families and ask you all to maintain a safe distance from each other.


Our premises and cleaning team work very hard every day to ensure our school is kept as clean as possible.  Classroom staff will make sure frequently touched surfaces are kept clean during the day - every room has its own supply of cleaning materials to use.

Hand Hygiene

We have established a hand cleaning timetable, so that children and staff clean their hands regularly, throughout the day, either hand washing or using hand sanitiser.  Hand sanitiser is also located at the main entrance, staff rest areas and in our Wraparound Care room.

Visitors to School

We welcome visitors to our school and are always glad to see then, however we do ask them to follow our Covid-19 guidelines.  

We are always happy to deal with any queries by telephone, Class Dojo, or by email.

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Remote Learning

Coronavirus documents and information for parents and children
Covid Risk Assessment February 2022 V7
COVID social letter
Back to School plan - 2020
Catch up Premium Report
Remote Learning Provision
Remote Learning Policy 2020
COVID comic strip
Coronavirus information
Pandemic and the coronavirus