If you need to tell us about your child or report a positive case out of hours please use this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to our page to help understand what we are doing during the pandemic
Our School Risk assessment is available here:
Risk assessment Spring term 2022 v11
All protective measures are explained in our Risk Assessment.
If there are more than 5 cases linked to the original case we will be referring to our
Outbreak Management Plan for SCCN Aut 2021 v1
Nov 2021 -Government guidance has been updated due to a new variant. Please wear a face mask if entering the building. Visits will be limited during this time. All LA visitors are required to do a Lateral Flow before attending.
This flow chart explains what to do if you have tested positive with the new variant and update to government guidance from December 2021
If your child presents with any of the covid symptoms, which are:
- A high temperature
- New continuous cough
- Loss of taste or smell
They will not be able to attend Nursery. You will need to Book a Test
If they become unwell whilst at Nursery and display any symptoms we will ask you to come and collect your child immediately.
If you need to tell us about your child or report a positive case please use this email address email@example.com
They will need to isolate whilst they wait for the result
If your child has a positive result they MUST isolate for 10 days even if they seem well.
Your child may return if they receive negative PCR test result. Or after 2 x negative lateral flow tests on day 6 and 7 if this isn’t possible to do or they are still positive they must continue to isolate for the full 10 days
Children under 18 do not have to isolate if they have been a close contact with someone with Covid-19. Government guidance suggests that all close contacts who are vaccinated and under 18’s must do daily lateral flow tests for 7 days.
you can order Lateral flow tests online or collect from school office or a local chemist.
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With children starting to return to school we recommend that if your child or anyone else in the household develops any symptoms of Coronavirus it is essential you get a test and follow the governments guidance regarding letting others know you may have been in contact with TEST and TRACE
If there are more than 5 cases in a 14 day period it is considered an outbreak- our plan could mean a short closure. School will follow the advice from Public health in this instance and keep parents/guardians informed. This may also be due to staff levels if too many people are off sick. Early years have strict ratios to follow.
Latest information about Critical workers
If you think you are a critical worker please let us know so we can plan for your child if we have any closures.
Communication and Letters home
School Parent half term letter 10_02_2022 (1)
PARENTS COVID-19 festive precautions letter 09_12_2021
Letter for Ladybird Bubble Feb 2021
Letter for direct and proximity contacts Feb
Letter’s from AFC and Kingston council
Messages for parents w_n 29 March
Updated Community Testing ATT LFT Invite 04.01.21
Local outbreak advice from RBK
Kingston letter to parents and carers
Families in need
If you need anything from our food bank call 0208 390 2555 we can deliver to your door
Are you eligible for help with fresh fruit, vegetables and milk? If you would like more information to see if you are go to Healthy Start
If you are vulnerable and have a medical condition where you are self isolating use this link to register for help
Support for parents and carers from the Emotional Health Service
If you are finding things challenging and need support there is some support through Every Mind Matters
Kingston has produced the following information to support learning and other needs
This lovely video might help explain things to your children during the pandemic
During this very difficult time for families and children you might notice that your child’s behaviour has become more challenging. This article is really worth a read to help understand how to help your child cope with this very difficult time, manage their emotions and conquer any fears.
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