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TEST & TRACE POSSIBLE SUPPORT PAYMENT FOR PARENTS/CARERS

CORONAVIRUS RISK ASSESSMENT - MARCH 2021

INFORMATION ON FULL OPENING OF SCHOOL

REMOTE LEARNING INFORMATION FOR PARENTSĀ 

PLEASE SEE IMPORTANT LETTER REGARDING DATA INCREASES

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PARENTS/CARERS OF NURSERY CHILDREN

 

 

Dear Parents and Carers, 

 

I am writing to let you know that after talking last night to Mark Davies, the CEO of Trust in Learning (Academies), we will be closing the Nursery to all children apart from those whose parents/carers are critical workers or your child is classed as vulnerable from Monday 11th January 2021, this is due to the limited number of staff available.  Please note that you will need to send your child in with a packed lunch as we have also had to close our school kitchen.

 

If you or your child fit this category then please complete this form as soon as possible so we will have an idea of numbers and can plan accordingly.

 

All other children learning from home will have activities set for them by the Nursery staff on the Interactive Learning Diaries. There will also be regular feedback and communication with you from the Nursery Team on how your child is getting on.

 

Whilst I would have liked to extend this to others, I am not able to do so at present. Thank you for your continued support. Please be assured that the well-being and education of our pupils remains top priority as we all adapt to this further period of lockdown.

 

 

Louise Hopcroft

 

 

Ms L Hopcroft

Head Teacher

Information for Parents Jan 5th 2021

Urgent letter regarding partial school closure - Jan 2021

Parent information on COVID prevention and what to do if you or your child develops symptoms over the holiday

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Dear Parent/Carers

As we move from lockdown to Tier 3 in Bristol next week, please can we take this opportunity to remind you that you should not send your child/ren to school if you or anyone in your household or who you have been in close contact with anyone displaying the following symptoms:

 

  • High Temperature - this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)
  • A new continuous cough - this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episode in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
  • A loss or change to your senses of smell or taste - this means you've noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal

 

Please book a test and self isolate until the result is received.  You should not leave your home for anything other than to get tested.

Letter from Chief Executive Mark Davies

LOCKDOWN NOVEMBER 2020

 

Dear Parents/Carers,

 

Following the announcement from the Prime Minister that we shall enter a second lockdown on 5th November, we are asking that all Parents/Carers and Visitors to our site help to reduce the possible spread of the virus by:

 

Wear a mask when on school site picking up and dropping of your child/ren

Ensuring that you are 2 metres away from any other adults at pick up and drop off time

1 adult if possible to bring/collect your child/ren from school

Limited access to the main school building, if you need to come to the reception area please remember that we can only admit one person at a time, and would ask that you leave a 2 metre space between yourself and the door to allow the other person to leave the building safetly 

Report child absences on the main school number using option 1 and leaving details of the reason for this absence

VISITOR PROTOCOLS DURING COVID

 

 

Dear Visitors,

Please note that during the Covid-19 pandemic, all visitors to Parson Street Primary School will be asked to sign a Visitor Declaration form. 

 

Please also inform the school if you have returned from a country that is not EXEMPT from the "all but essential" travel guidance in the last 14 days.

 

Visitors will be expected to follow the measures in place at school to minimise the spread of Cornonavirus by:

 

  • Washing their hands thoroughly with soap & water or using the provided hand sanitiser on arrival at the school.
  • Wear a face covering in areas of the school where social distancing is not possible, such as corridors, unless they are exempt from wearing one.  This should be kept on when moving around the school, a plastic bag should be used to keep this in unless it is a disposble covering, this should then be disposed of in a covered bin.  The face covering should not be touched at the front during use or removal and hands should be washed/sanitised after removal.
  • A distance of 2 metres should be maintained where possible
  • Contact details will need to be provided as per PHE/Track & Trace guidance, this is to safeguard you should an outbreak occur whilst you are on site

Parents/Carers Track & Trace App Fact Sheet

Attending School FAQs For Parents and Carers

Test and Trace

NHS Advice for Schools

Self Isolation Guidance

PS Coronavirus Risk Assessment - Updated November 2020

PLEASE REMEMBER TO KEEP YOUR VISITS TO THE SCHOOL OFFICE TO A MINIMUM IN ORDER TO ENSURE THAT WE ARE ABLE TO FOLLOW SOCIAL DISTANCING RULES. 

 

IF POSSIBLE CONTACT THE SCHOOL OFFICE EITHER BY TELEPHONE ON 0117 9030226 OR EMAIL, OFFICE@PARSONSTREET.COM IN THE FIRST INSTANCE WITH ANY QUERIES OR CONCERNS.  WE WILL THEN CONTACT YOU AS SOON AS POSSIBLE TO DISCUSS YOUR ISSUE.  ALL VISITS TO THE SCHOOL NEED TO BE ARRANGED IN ADVANCE. 

 

 

GOVERNMENT EXPECTATIONS AND GUIDANCE FOR PARENTS/CARERS CAN BE FOUND HERE

 

NHS GUIDANCE ON SYMPTOMS,ISOLATION AND TESTING CAN BE FOUND HERE.

Flowchart for managing suspected and confirmed cases

As we return to school we thought it would be helpful for parents and carers to see our process for managing suspected and confirmed cases of COVID-19. As we have previously explained, we will work closely with Public Health England to ensure that we operate in the safest way possible should there be any suspected or confirmed cases, and our process is detailed further in the flowchart above

Covid 19 Tests - Updated from PHE SW

 

The local NHS 111 service is currently experiencing high numbers of calls from people seeking Covid-19 tests. The 111 service is not able to arrange tests and callers have to be redirected to the correct 119 number, or online service, which is frustrating for individuals and affects 111 capacity.

 

We have been asked to remind all parents/carers who are seeking tests to use the correct number of 119

 

If you require a Covid 19 test please call 119 or visit the government website

https://self-referral.test-for-coronavirus.service.gov.uk/antigen/name

 

Please keep trying as appointments are released throughout the day.


NHS 111 are not able to arrange or advise how to obtain a Covid 19 test. If you require clinical advice about your symptoms please go to NHS 111 online or call 111.

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