As the children have now returned to school for the new academic year 2021 – 2022, please find attached the new Covid-19 Risk Assessment, Incident Response Strategy & Recovery Curriculum Document which can be viwed by clicking on the link below.
Also below, you will find a copy of the welcome back to school letter and letter from Wigan Local Authority dated 2nd September 2021 which includes lots of information with regard to Covid-19 safety and precautions.
Click on this link to view the latest government guidance on managing Covid-19 in a school setting.
These are the posters that we currenty have on display in school as part of our risk assessment.
Although some restrictions have been lifted in school for September 2021, the document which all visitors are requested to sign before entering the building has remained the same. This can be found by clicking on the link below:
If you need any help explaining to your child what Coronavirus is, please use the video below to help you.
Previous Lockdown Information March 2020 – March 2021:
Over the past two years, the school has been involved in two national lockdowns (March 2020 – June 2020) & (January 2021 – March 2021) and a partial lockdown (June 2020 – July 2020).
During the first lockdown (March 2020 – June 2020), the school remained opened for key worker children, vulnerable children and children with an EHCP, Early Help or under Child Protection to which 40 pupils attended. Work was provided via class dojo and the school held a Live Facebook session every week.
When the school was allowed to (June 2020 – July 2020), it opened its doors to all of Reception, Year 1 & Year 6 including the key worker children, vulnerable children and children with an EHCP, Early Help or under Child Protection.
Click on the video below to see all of the fantastic work carried out during this time.
This was the feedback that we had from our parents/carers with regard to the work and support provided during the second lockdown/partial lockdown (March 2020 – July 2020). Also, below is a copy of the risk assessment that was used when more children returned back to school in June 2020 and a map to show you how the school was zoned during this time. In addition, the rigorous policy that was put in place for staff follow in order to keep both them and our pupils safe as well as the amended Child Protection Policy that the school was using during this time.
During the second lockdown (January 2021 – March 2021), the school continued to remain open for key worker children, vulnerable children and children with an EHCP, Early Help or under Child Protection to which approxiatmely 10 – 15 children in each year group attended, in total, 96 children. Work was provided via live teaching and screen rec recorded lessons. To find out more about the provision that we offered during this time, please click on the links below:
Click on the video below to see all of the fantastic work carried out during the first half term of this second lockdown.
This was the feedback that we had from our parents/carers with regard to the work and support provided during the second lockdown.
Below is a link to the amended risk assessment that the school used during this time and the new classroom zones.
This is the latest risk assessment for January 2021 – February 2021.
This was the risk assessment that the school used from September 2020 – December 2020.
This map shows the different bubble zones that were in place from September 2020 – December 2020.
This policy demonstrates the extent of safety measures the school is taking to ensure the safety of all its stakeholders.
Catch-Up Curriculum Policy:
The policy on the link below is the school’s strategy for supporting the children in catching up with missed learning.
Covid-19 Catch Up Curriculum Expenditure Report:
Continuity Policy – Blended Learning: