COVID-19 Coronavirus Information
LATEST IMPORTANT INFORMATION
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How long to self-isolate for:
If you test positive, your self-isolation period includes the day your symptoms started (or the day you had the test, if you do not have symptoms) and the next 10 full days.
If you get symptoms while you’re self-isolating, the 10 days restarts from the day after your symptoms started.
When to stop self-isolating:
You can stop self-isolating after 7 days if you do a rapid lateral flow test on days 6 and 7 of your self-isolation period and:
- both tests are negative
- you did both tests at least 24 hours apart
- you do not have a high temperature
If you do a rapid lateral flow test on day 6 and test positive, wait 24 hours before you do the next test.
If you stop self-isolating on or after day 7, it’s important that you take steps to reduce the chance of passing COVID-19 to others. This means you should:
- work from home if you can
- wear a face covering in shops, on public transport and when it’s hard to stay away from other people – particularly indoors, in crowded places or where there is not much fresh air
- limit contact with people at higher risk of serious illness from COVID-19
- follow advice on how to avoid catching and spreading COVID-19
You can stop self-isolating after the 10 days if either:
- you do not have any symptoms
- you just have a cough or changes to your sense of smell or taste – these can last for weeks after the infection has gone
Keep isolating if you have a high temperature after the 10 days, or are feeling unwell, keep self-isolating and seek medical advice.
When to self-isolate:
Self-isolate straight away and get a PCR test as soon as possible if you have any of these 3 symptoms of COVID-19, even if they are mild:
- a high temperature
- a new, continuous cough
- a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste
You should also self-isolate straight away if:
- you’ve tested positive for COVID-19 – this means you have the virus
- someone you live with has symptoms or tested positive (unless you are not required to self-isolate – check below if this applies to you)
- you’ve been told to self-isolate following contact with someone who tested positive
When you do not need to self-isolate:
If you live with or have been in contact with someone with COVID-19, you will not need to self-isolate if any of the following apply:
- you’re fully vaccinated – this means 14 days have passed since your final dose of an approved COVID-19 vaccine
- you’re under 18 years and 6 months old
- you’re taking part or have taken part in an approved COVID-19 vaccine trial
- you’re not able to get vaccinated for medical reasons
Even if you do not have symptoms, you need to:
Should I keep my child off school?
If you are unsure what to do or whether to keep your child at home, please contact either Mrs. Barnett or Mr. Wylde on
01772 684371 before bringing your child to school.
If you are keeping your child at home due to COVID, please ring us immediately.
If you or your child develop symptoms over the weekend or during a holiday or receive a positive test,
please email us immediately.
firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
Remote Learning Apps
Below you will find links to the apps we use in school for our Remote Learning. Simply click each button to download the relevant app for your device.
Once you have downloaded the Office and Teams apps, use your child’s school email address and password to login and use the apps.
Older Documents (Before September 2021)
See below for a timeline of the various documents that have been sent out throughout the pandemic.