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- Return to School on 8th March 2021 – please read this letter carefully – Return to School on 8th March 2021
- Advice from Durham County Council – what does isolation mean? Click here
- Advice from Durham County Council – How to prevent the spread of Covid 19 if your child is at school. Click here
- 1.2.21 – Advice for parents – single Covid case
- 8.1.21 – Remote learning – information for parents
- Guidance for remote learning
- 4.1.21 – Return to school – January 2021
- 7.6.20 – Arrangements for the return to school in September – Return to School September 2020
- 30.6.20 – End of term arrangements
- 28.5.20 – Wider reopening of schools from week beginning 15th June 2020
- Please see the attached letter – Wider reopening of schools from June 15th – Parent and carer information. PART 2 of this letter is different for each year group – please check the part that is relevant to your child’s year group.
- 15.4.20 – Planned return to school for Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 – please see the letter below – further information to follow
- – Letter – Phased return to school for certain Year Groups
- School updates for parents – 16.3.20 – Corona Virus Information
Information from Durham County Council
Communications regarding Key Workers for schools to consider sharing with parents:
As the situation with coronavirus continues to develop we are asking you to carefully consider whether or not your child needs to be in school.
We appreciate that the central government guidance around what constitutes a key worker is quite broad, however we would like to remind you that the reason schools are remaining open is primarily to ensure that those frontline workers who are key to helping this country get through this situation, can get to work.
Each school will have different levels of demand for these places and may handle this situation differently in order to ensure the welfare of all staff and children. We ask you to respect any restrictions your school may put in place to help them cope during these challenging times.
Finally can we remind you that in line with Public Health England guidance, the best place for your child, wherever possible is at home with you, helping to maintain good social distancing for our wider community.
Schools and parents should refer to the latest information and advice from the Department of Health and Social Care and Public Health England to get the most up to date guidance as things develop: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/wuhan-novel-coronavirus-information-for-the-public
The Government has published guidance for schools and other educational settings in providing advice for pupils, students, staff and parents about the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. The following link will take you to that advice: