When you’re dropping your child off or when collecting them from school, please remember to maintain a safe distance. Play your part to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. The information video to support you to do this safely can be found here https://vimeo.com/user22784367/review/519427460/227a61b8e7


Although we are are now at step 3 of the roadmap set out by the prime minister, parents that people should not travel to ‘amber’ and ‘red’ countries, and that strict rules on testing and quarantine remain in place to protect public health and the vaccination programme. Further information can be found in the guidance on red, amber and green list rules for entering England. For the latest Government guidance visit: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

We’ve been working closely with the local public health team to ensure we’re following the latest Government guidance and necessary precautions to make our school COVID-secure so we’re ready to welcome pupils back from the 8 March. Although infection rates are coming down gradually in the area, we can all play our part to help reduce transmission of the virus by following these simple measures.

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and warm water or hand sanitiser
  • Wear a face covering when entering public indoor buildings or travelling on public transport
  • Make space by keeping a two-metre distance from anyone outside your household, where possible
  • Self-isolate with your household and get a test if you have COVID-19 symptoms by calling 119 or visiting uk/coronavirus.
  • Self-isolate for 10 days if you are a contact of a confirmed case

Pupils and families are also reminded to follow the COVID-19 safety measures we have in place at our school.

  • All adults to wear a face covering when visiting or entering the school/early years premises including outdoor yard areas.
  • Parents/carers to arrive and leave promptly when dropping off/collecting their child – please do not congregate and maintain social distancing as we know that the virus is easily transmitted from person to person.
  • In schools where it has been agreed that a parent/carer can enter the school premises for drop-off and pick-up, only one adult should enter.
  • Pupils are to avoid congregating outside school, mixing with pupils from other schools and should go directly home. Don’t congregate on the way to or from school. Play your part to turn this around.https://vimeo.com/user22784367/review/519424878/60b560194e

When dropping your child off or when collecting them from school, please remember to wear a face covering to reduce the transmission of coronavirus. Play your part to turn this around https://vimeo.com/user22784367/review/519429698/9313c2b444

If you’re a member of a household, childcare bubble or support bubble of staff or a pupil in primary or secondary school you can also get a twice-weekly rapid lateral flow test. You can collect two packs of home test kits at a local collection point, which are open daily from 1pm to 7pm. Households in England with people who attend or work in schools in Wales are also eligible to access these tests. Full details of where you an access a test can be found on the Testing and Self-isolation section of the Government website:  www.gov.uk/coronavirus

From the 8 March the Test and Trace Support Payment Scheme will be extended to assist parents and guardians whose child is required to self-isolate. This is restricted to one parent or guardian who are unable to work due to caring for a child who is required to self-isolate. For more details go to the ‘How to get help’ section at: www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/covid

Testing for parents

Parents of primary school children are now able to access lateral flow tests for use at home. For more information please click https://coronavirusresources.phe.gov.uk/back-to-school/