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  • When will the phased return of pupils begin?

    The government has proposed that children in priority year groups (Reception, Year 1 and Year 6) can begin a phased return to school no sooner than 1st June. Schools in Warrington will begin this phased return after 8th June. The planned phased return that was due to commence from 10th June for Reception children has been postponed following guidance from the local authority received on 7th June (seee letter above)

    The provision for the children of critical workers and vulnerable children will remain unaffected.

    If you are a key worker and require this provision, please contact the school office.

  • How can I find out if my profession is on the Government published list of key workers?

    The link to the Government document can be found here

    Further information for parents and carers can also be found here.

  • How can I find out if my profession is on the Government published list of key workers?

    The link to the Government document can be found here

    Further information for parents and carers can also be found here.

  • What are the common symptoms of Covid-19?

    The most common symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) are a new, continuous cough, a high temperature and loss of taste and/or smell.  For most people, coronavirus (COVID-19) will be a mild infection.

  • What should I do if my child (or anybody in my household) develops these symptoms?

    If you live with others and you or one of them have symptoms of coronavirus, then all household members must stay at home and not leave the house for 14 days. The 14-day period starts from the day when the first person in the house became ill. The current 'Stay at Home' guidance document can be found here  

  • How do I inform school if my child develops symptoms?

    You can call or email school to inform us of your child's absence in the normal way. We cannot diagnose or discriminate between symptoms, if your child has EITHER a new persistent cough OR a temperature, you will be asked to keep your child at home and follow the current guidance.

  • How will school keep me updated with any new information?

    School staff will use the usual methods of communication (School Ping, Email and Class Dojo) to keep you up to date with Government advice and any changes to school events and processes. 

  • How can I access work for my child to complete at home?

    Class teachers will continue to update the class pages on the learning platform to include new activities to complete at home including maths and English tasks. Class teachers will signpost you to access these activities via Class Dojo. You can still access Bug Club and TT Rockstars from home in the normal way. This will continue for all year groups during the phased expansion of pupil numbers.

  • Where can I find up to date advice about the Government's response?

    The latest guidance can be found here

  • How can I talk to my child about Covid-19?

    You may find the document above useful when talking to your child and answering their questions about the Covid-19 virus. Newsround also has some age appropriate content that is updated regularly. The Government has also produced this guidance document.

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