Covid – 19 Information
This page is dedicated to updating you with how we are managing Covid-19 in our school and further below you will find links to website to compliment your child’s learning if they cannot attend school. The class teacher will advise you on which level your child should be working towards and what specific curriculum areas that they should be focussing on.
10th December 2020
Please see these leaflets for the latest advice about isolating over this festive period.
7th December 2020
Please see attached letter for latest information regarding bubbles from Thursday 10th December – Covid Letter to All Parents 07.12.20
16th October 2020
If you plan on visiting us, please read Visitor agreement – Coronavirus before your visit.
19th November 2020
“We have had to take the sad step of closing our school to a bubble of children today, as a member of our community has tested positive for Covid-19.
Given the school’s extensive preparation, and how much the children have all enjoyed being back, it is with a heavy heart we have had to take this step. However, it is right that we follow all the guidelines that have been set, and the health and safety of our school community has to be our priority.
Those children that are away from school will be provided with home learning and the school is working closely with Public Health England, supported by Somerset Council, following the advice that they are providing us with in relation to closure and cleaning of the site.”
Emily Massey – CEO of the Partnership Trust
8th September 2020
Pease see Management of COVID-19 in school-age children – actions for parents and carers for our latest advice if your child has Covid-19 symptoms in or out of school.
3rd September 2020
****COVID TRANSPORT UPDATE***
Please see the latest advice from Somerset council regarding school travel.
1st September 2020
Here’s our letter to parents about the forth coming term
Message from The Bath and Mendip Partnership Trust:
Over the course of the summer break, schools across the Trust have been preparing to reopen to all pupils at the start of the new academic year.
As part of the in-depth planning process, all schools have carried out a comprehensive risk assessment in line with Government Guidance. Those risk assessments and the procedures related to them will be reviewed regularly and in line with guidance. You can find out more about Government Guidance on the reopening of schools here. Should you wish to see the risk assessment for your child’s school, please contact the school or Trust office who will be able to provide you with a copy.