With school reopening on Monday (12th April) after the Easter break, it is important that we all follow the national Covid-19 guidance in order to keep everyone safe.
A gentle reminder as we return to school after the half term that national restrictions are still in place. This includes meeting up indoors with anyone you do not live with.
Pupils with Covid-19 symptoms, or a positive test, or have been identified as close contact should self-isolate immediately.
Children, or anyone from the same household, should not be leaving the house for any reason for 10 days. Children should not be attending childcare, sports clubs or facilities or meeting up with other groups of children as this is against public health guidance.
Primary school children without symptoms do not need to have regular Lateral Flow testing.
If primary school aged children have symptoms, then they must book a PCR test immediately and self-isolate until you receive the results.