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COVID-19

Information for parents using TEAMS for home learning from 6th Jan 2021

From Tuesday 5th Jan 2021 under government guidelines The Rosary will be closed to all pupils unless they qualify for a place under the government criteria for key worker/vulnerable. If your child fits this criteria and you require the place then send them in on Tuesday.

 

We anticipate that remote learning will start from Wednesday 6th Jan. More details to follow.

December Christmas holiday Track and Trace

If your child tests positive for COVID-19 contact the school on the email below. This email contact will be monitored until Wednesday December 23rd.

Closure of year 2 11.11.20

Returning to school

September 2020

September start times - staggered to avoid cross over of year group bubbles - please note there will be no breakfast club

 

Year 6: 8.30am - 3.25pm

 

Year 5: 8.35am - 3.20pm

 

Year 4: 8.40am - 3.15pm

 

Year 3: 8.45am - 3.10pm

 

Year 2: 8.50am - 3.05pm

 

Year 1: 8.55am - 3.00pm

 

Reception: 8.55am - 3.00pm

 

Year 6 to Reception finish 1hour earlier on a Friday

 

Nursery am - 8.30am - 11.30am

 

Nursery pm 12.30pm - 3.30pm

Details for parents about September - restarting school

Parent Information Years 2,3 and 4 returning 29th June 2020

Parent information year 5 parents - pupils returning 22nd June 2020

Parent information year 1 pupils returning Monday 15th June

Parent information pupils returning to Nursery June 15th 2020

Parental letter to parents of Reception pupils

A letter from Mrs Norris to the year 6 pupils about June 1st 2020

Read the school's letter to parents in response to the Government proposal to open schools on June 1st 2020.

Follow the link below:

What school will look like on your return

From June 1st 2020

From June 1st 2020 the Government are proposing that schools reopen for certain pupils based on their 5 tests as listed below:

 

The Goverment's five tests

We want to begin to reopen schools and colleges as soon as we can. But this needs to be safe for society, for children and their families and the staff who work in them.

We have these five tests which the Government should show will be met by reliable evidence, peer-reviewed science and transparent decision-making.

Test 1 : Much lower numbers of Covid-19 cases

The new case count must be much lower than it is now, with a sustained downward trend and confidence that new cases are known and counted promptly. And the Government must have extensive arrangements for testing and contact tracing to keep it that way.
 

Test 2 : A national plan for social distancing

The Government must have a national plan including parameters for both appropriate physical distancing and levels of social mixing in schools, as well as for appropriate PPE, which will be locally negotiated at school-by-school and local authority level.
 

Test 3 : Testing, testing, testing!

Comprehensive access to regular testing for children and staff to ensure our schools and colleges don’t become hot spots for Covid-19.

 

Test 4 : Whole school strategy

Protocols to be put in place to test a whole school or college when a case occurs and for isolation to be strictly followed.
 

Test 5 : Protection for the vulnerable

Vulnerable staff, and staff who live with vulnerable people, must work from home, fulfilling their professional duties to the extent that is possible. Plans must be specifically address the protection of vulnerable parents, grandparents and carers.

 

We are currently in contact with parents to assess which pupils are likely to return and when. Please note that you must have discussed arrangements, requested a place for your child prior to them returning.

 

We continue to accept key worker and vulnerable pupils. Again if you think you fall into this category please contact the school should your circumstances have changed. For possible June 1st start contact the office by 21st May.

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Coronavirus (COVID‑19)

 

Stay alert

We can all help control the virus if we all stay alert. This means you must:

  • stay at home as much as possible
  • work from home if you can
  • limit contact with other people
  • keep your distance if you go out (2 metres apart where possible)
  • wash your hands regularly

Do not leave home if you or anyone in your household has symptoms.

Jesus Christ, Son of Mary, Son of God, is the centre of

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