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Potential / Confirmed COVID-19 Case and Closure Information

Any specific information regarding either potential or confirmed cases of COVID-19 within our school community and advice received from the Local Outbreak Team will be displayed here.

We currently have confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the school community. The latest of which was confirmed on 17th January 2022.

Please see an information letter from our Senior Leadership Team regarding the latest case(s).

Any identified close contacts have already been informed directly.

COVID-19 Case Information Letter - 17th January 2022

Please also see a further letter below, containing information regarding protocols for identified close contacts who are not showing any symptoms of COVID-19. These guidelines should now be followed by anyone identified as a close contact within the school community.

Whole School Community LFD Letter - 13th January 2022

Further information regarding school polices and Risk Assessments can be found below.

COVID-19 Related School Communication and Documentation

The school has developed a COVID-19 Risk Assessment and Contingency Planning document, which outlines the measures school will take depending on the impact the pandemic has on our staffing and our ability to continue the day to day running of the school. This plan has been recently updated to include new guidance and information regarding community visits and the move to a 'whole school bubble' plan to facilitate transition sessions. This plan was updated on 11th January 2022.

The latest version of the form can be found below.

COVID-19 Risk Assessment and Contingency Planning Document - Updated 11th January

In line with new Government guidance, Norfolk County Council have also produced the following Risk Assessments relating to working after close contact with a positive case and returning to work following contracting COVID-19.
COVID-19 Close Contacts Continuing to Work Risk Assessment - 5th January

COVID-19 Isolating and Returning to Work Risk Assessment - 5th January

Our remote learning policy (below) contains details about how we will be aiming to support our pupils if they are required to learn from home during this time.

Remote Learning Policy

Please find a letter from our Headteacher below, providing an update on the school's reduced opening measures and information regarding staff testing and vaccinations.

Update from our Headteacher - 4th February 2021

Information about how the school is using the Government's COVID-19 Catch Up Premium Grant to support and enhance children's education and wellbeing can be found in the document below.

COVID-19 Catch Up Premium Information

Below is an open letter from the senior leadership team for our staff and families, outlining current guidance and action measures being taken regarding COVID-19 and our school community.

Open Letter from Our Senior Leadership Team to Staff and Families

Please find below any useful information regarding the wider opening of school in September 2020 and how we are preparing to welcome our students back safely.

September Return to School Information Letter

Our COVID-19 Risk Assessment below is under constant review and the latest versions will be published here.

Return to School Risk Assessment - Updated 13th October 2020

We have now created a specific trip and outings risk assessment for all our classes, which can be viewed below.

Trips and Outings Risk Assessment - Updated 12th October 2020

The notice below outlines the criteria and procedures to follow to obtain a COVID-19 testing kit from the school.

How to Obtain a Test from School

The Department for Education has issued an open letter for all parents and carers containing information about the steps you can take to try ensure pupils remain as safe as possible whilst at school. The letter can be found below.

DfE Letter to Parents Regarding COVID-19 Symptoms - 23rd September 2020

 School guidance and a letter from the headteacher regarding pupil sickness can be found below.

Headteacher's Letter Regarding School Illness - 15th September 2020

Should I Send My Child to School Flowchart

  • All of our students should now have been allocated a set pattern for days for when they initially return to school in September. The calendars below should help to create a visual timetable for those students who need one to help explain this temporary approach to their schooling. Their are two calendars, one for each pattern of days and the first week has been completed on each, with symbols to cut and stick onto subsequent days.

Visual Calendar - Monday / Tuesday Group

Visual Calendar - Thursday / Friday Group