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Please Help Us to Keep St Mary's Covid Secure

In September 2021 we hope to return to a routine timetable and school organisation but we ask that everyone continues to remain vigilant and follows current government guidance.  Should we need to re-introduce any of of the Covid restrictions used previously we will notify parents/carers and continue to post useful information on this webpage.

Our Covid Control Measures

In line with government and local authority advice, we will continue to implement the following control measures to prevent the spread of all infections and Covid 19 in particular:

  • Increased ventilation
  • Promoting hand and respirtatory hygeine in pupils
  • Routine hand washing
  • Increased cleaning, particulalry of touch points and surfaces

If you Suspect Someone in your Household has Covid

The most common symptoms of Covid 19 are:

loss of taste and smell

a new and continuous cough

a temperature of 37.8 or above 

If anyone in your household experiences any of the above please  arrange for them to have a covid test: https://www.gov.uk/get-coronavirus-test

Children under 18 who are close contacts of a positive case DO NOT need to isloate, so they can attend school.  Please do not send your child to school, however, if they are suffering from any of the symptoms currently associated with Covid 19 or if they have tested positive for Covid 19 but are asymptomatic.

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St Mary's Home Learning Offers

St Mary's is currently providing the full curriculum in school as face to face teaching.  However, we have contingency plans in place to return to an online model should it be necessary close any part of the school.  Please refer to the documents below for guidance should this eventuality occur.  More detailed information on the curriculum can be found on the class pages under 'St Mary's Curriculum'

Our remote learning offer has been carefully considered by all staff to ensure that we are making the best use of our combined teaching experience and focusing on what we believe to be the most important aspects of learning.  In creating and developing our offer we have considered research undertaken by OFSTED and the Education Endowment Fund.  You can read thier findings in these documents:

Click Here for advice on Remote Learning from the DFE

Other Useful Documents

We have asked parents and carers to give consent for certain aspects of online learning.  If you have missed these forms they can be found below.  Please also look at our Acceptable Use of the Internet (Parents' Guide) and the Online Learning Briefing for information about how to ensure everyone is using the internet appropriately and safely.

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