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  • St John Fisher Catholic Primary School
  • Alvechurch Road, West Heath, Birmingham
  • West Midlands, B31 3PN
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St John Fisher Catholic Primary School Coronavirus Measures from September

 

The school day

  • Regular handwashing/sanitising throughout the day along with good hygiene practice and regular cleaning of equipment.

  • All children must bring their own water bottle to school and have this labelled with their name – this will need to go home each day for cleaning. Please send in water only.

  • The only items that children will require is their book bag, PE pumps in a PE Bag to say in school and packed lunch (if lunch is not provided at school). All stationery items will be provided by school as usual.

Drop off/collection

  • You will need to drop your child off between 8:50 and 9:00. Children arriving after 9:00 will need to sign as late at the school office. You can collect your child from their allocated door between 3:30 and 3:40.

  • Drop off/collection points for September…

    • Reception – initially front office for first week then Reception class door (use main children’s entrance path)

    • Year 1-  Classroom door

    • Year 2 – KS1 Side door by picnic tables (previously main entrance in)

    • Year 3 and Year 4 – side path door (next to library)

    • Year 5 – classroom door

    • Year 6 – classroom door

  • Bikes, scooters etc. should be parked at the gates to main playground entrance and not used to enter the playground.

  • When walking through the school grounds via the main pedestrian access please walk on the LEFT.

Lunchtimes

  • Lunchtimes remain staggered for the Autumn term and hot meals available as usual

Wrap around care

  • This remains in place from Monday 6th September. All children will be collected from the side door by the library.

Keeping Safe

  • Additional resources for cleaning and sanitising are in place throughout the school

  • Pupils, staff and other adults should not come into school if they have symptoms, have had a positive test result or other reasons requiring them to stay at home due to the risk of them passing on COVID-19 (for example, they are required to quarantine).

  • If your child or anyone in your household develops symptoms you must inform the school immediately and then seek appropriate advice as per the government guidelines.

  • If a child, young person or staff member develops symptoms compatible with coronavirus during the school day, they will be sent home and advised to take a PCR test.

  • Anyone with symptoms, should avoid using public transport and, wherever possible, be collected by a member of their family or household.

  • Whilst awaiting the PCR result, the individual should continue to self-isolate.

  • From 16 August 2021, children under the age of 18 years old will no longer be required to self-isolate if they are contacted by NHS Test and Trace as a close contact of a positive COVID-19 case. Instead, children will be contacted by NHS Test and Trace, informed they have been in close contact with a positive case and advised to take a PCR test.  

There is also a guide for parents on gov.uk which can be found here which may answer some of your questions

Outbreak Management Plan

Access to testing

Testing is available to anyone with symptoms of coronavirus

 Anyone experiencing a new, continuous cough; high temperature; or a loss of, or change, in their normal sense of smell or taste (anosmia) can book a test.

A coronavirus test can be booked here:

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

 

Device Loan Agreement for Remote Learning

Infection Control Policy

Click below to go to our home learning resources
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