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Virtual visit from the author Dan Freedman
25 Nov 2020
Childhood Immunisation Team
25 Nov 2020
Safe Parking
23 Nov 2020
School Update
20 Nov 2020
Chidren in Need - Well done!
18 Nov 2020
Christmas Cards - FROGS Christmas Fundraiser
18 Nov 2020
Christmas Post Box
18 Nov 2020
Frog's Newsletter
18 Nov 2020
Christmas Jumper Day 2020
18 Nov 2020
Parental consent for a rolling programme of series & local visits
17 Nov 2020
Messages from Public Health England (PHE)
17 Nov 2020
School Update
13 Nov 2020
Autumn Menu - Small Changes
12 Nov 2020
Children in Need - Non Uniform Day
12 Nov 2020
Class 4's Collective Worship
11 Nov 2020
Flu Vaccinations
10 Nov 2020
Collective Worship
10 Nov 2020
COVID 19 - Remote Learning from Home
09 Nov 2020
** IMPORTANT ** New Covid 19 Guidance Letter
05 Nov 2020
School Update
05 Nov 2020
Masks now to be worn at drop off and pick up times.
04 Nov 2020
Christmas Dinner
03 Nov 2020
Children in Need
03 Nov 2020
National Roast Dinner Day
03 Nov 2020
After School Clubs
03 Nov 2020
Collective Worship 2
02 Nov 2020
Collective Worship 1
02 Nov 2020
Wrap Around Care
02 Nov 2020
Online adult learning courses
02 Nov 2020
Information and updated PE kit list
01 Nov 2020
Harvest Festival
22 Oct 2020
School Update
22 Oct 2020
School Update
16 Oct 2020
Congratulations to Mr Breckon!
09 Oct 2020
School Update
09 Oct 2020
Parking - Drop offs and Pick ups
08 Oct 2020
Applications for School Starters September 2021
07 Oct 2020
Midday Supervisory Assistant (MSA) Vacancy
07 Oct 2020
Thorpe Perrow Halloween Trial
07 Oct 2020
School Update for next week
02 Oct 2020
School Update for next week
25 Sep 2020
NHS Test and Trace COVID-19 app launch today
24 Sep 2020
Letter for parents about COVID-19 symptoms
23 Sep 2020
EYFS Early Years Adopters Scheme
21 Sep 2020
Diary Dates
18 Sep 2020
Congratulations
14 Sep 2020
Diary Dates
11 Sep 2020
Flu Vaccinations
10 Sep 2020
Parking - Drop offs and Pick ups
10 Sep 2020
School Update
04 Sep 2020
Back to School Government Guidance for parents
26 Aug 2020
Welcome Back!
26 Aug 2020


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Messages from Public Health England (PHE)

17 Nov 2020

Messages from Public Health England (PHE)

17th November 2020

Messages to pass on to your parents/carers

  • Please ensure that you maintain social distancing from others when dropping off and collecting your child from our school.  Please follow any guidance issued by us to help with this e.g. only one adult per family should enter school grounds to drop off or collect.
  • For those travelling by car we ask that you wait in your car until your specific drop off time. This will reduce the amount of people assembling in and around the school grounds and will help with social distancing.
  • We recommend that all parents/carers entering the school premises (and in other congested areas around school premises) wear a face covering in addition to social distancing.  This an extra safeguard to reduce the transmission of the virus.  Please note that this does not apply to those who are medically exempt. 
  • You must keep at least two metres apart from other parents/carers at all times. Where you are unable to do so, wear a face covering.


Messages for your parents/carers to talk to their children about

  • Please remind your child about our policy on face coverings.
  • Limit the number of people they walk to/from school with.
  • Remind your child about continuing to socially distance during lunchtimes e.g. if they are allowed out of school.
  • Please remind your child to leave school in a timely manner to avoid social contacts.
  • Please make sure your child attends school in usual uniform with an appropriate coat for winter conditions.
  • Please remember the school ‘bubbles’ do not apply outside of school (i.e. children should avoid mixing with friends outside of school, even if they are in the same ‘bubble’ at school).


Message to pass on to parents/carers about self-isolation
If you are self-isolating

  • Please ensure that if you or a member of your family has Covid symptoms or has been asked to self-isolate (e.g. if they are a close contact of someone who has tested positive) that you and your household follow the self-isolation guidelines. 
  • Please do not send a child to school if they or a member of their household has symptoms, or if they have been asked to self-isolate.
  • Please follow the national guidance:
  • For individuals who have tested positive or who live in the same household as someone who is positive for covid-19: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-stay-at-home-guidance/stay-at-home-guidance-for-households-with-possible-coronavirus-covid-19-infection 
  • For close contacts who do NOT live in the same household:
  • If you require any further support (e.g. shopping, medication) whilst you are self-isolating please visit https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/help-you-during-coronavirus-covid-19  for further information.

Messages for parents/carers on current lockdown restrictions

  • The new national restrictions can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/new-national-restrictions-from-5-november
  • In summary:
  • You can leave home for education (formal provision, rather than extracurricular classes such as music or drama tuition,) training, registered childcare and children’s activities that are necessary to allow parents/carers to work, seek work, or undertake education or training. Parents can still take their children to school, and people can continue existing arrangements for contact between parents and children where they live apart.
  • You and your children must not meet people socially. However, you can exercise or meet in a public, outdoors space with people you live with, your support bubble (or as part of a childcare bubble), or with one other person.
  • There are several ways that parents and carers can continue to access childcare during the national restrictions: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/new-national-restrictions-from-5-november#childcare-and-childrens-activities

   
  -What happens if there is a case of coronavirus at our school.pdf-  

  -cold or coronavirus Poster.pdf-  

 Use of emollient:  GPs have been reporting an increase in families requesting prescriptions for emollients for children as a result of increased handwashing and colder weather.  In most cases an over the counter emollient will help this condition and so a GP appointment and prescription is unnecessary.  In partnership with Health and Safety the following guidance has been produced to reassure settings that these types of emollients are able to be used without falling into a ‘medicine’ category and do not need a prescription:

  
  -Emollients - Information for Parents Guardians.pdf-  

  -Consent Form For Use of Emollients in School.docx-  



 

 

 
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