Completed 25.08.2020, Headteacher, updated 28.08.2020
Shared with staff and input invited – 03.09.20, Governor verified 16.09.20
PLEASE NOTE: This risk assessment is not RAG rated as all aspects are designed to mitigate risk to LOW level.
Safety, Health and Environment (SHE)
Schools completed COVID-19 risk assessments when they reopened for priority groups during the summer term and implemented protective measures recommended by DfE and PHE. Now that the Government requires schools to plan for all pupils in all year groups to return to school full-time from the beginning of the autumn term and implement a ‘system of controls’, the GCC COVID-19 Risk Assessment has been updated to support schools to prepare for this. The aim of the risk assessment is to implement protective measures to prevent COVID-19 or reduce the spread of the infection if there is a positive case, both in the school and transmission to the wider community.
These Risk Assessments have now been updated to reflect the National Lockdown that started on the 5th January 2021.
Remote learning is being made available to all pupils who are not attending school during this current lockdown (January 2021). Home Learning Packs have been collected by parents and further work will be posted on your child's class page so please check here regularly.
Parents can also refer to online resources provided by The Oak National Academy.
The School is in the process of setting up Microsoft Teams to enable the delivery of lessons and tests. Parents will be notified when this is up and running and if they are expected to use it. Watch this space for more information!
CORONAVIRUS UPDATES AND INFORMATION
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