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Updated Covid Guidance - January 2022

As of Monday 17th January 2022, people who are self-isolating Covid can reduce their isolation period after 5 full days if they test negative with a LFT on both day 5 and day 6 and they do not have a temperature.

If they test negative on the morning of day 5 and on the morning of day 6, they can return to school on day 6.

 

What to do if your child is showing symptoms

If your child is showing one or more of the three main Covid symptoms: persistent cough, temperature and/or loss or change in sense of smell or taste they are still required to go for a PCR test and self-isolate until the result is known.

If the PCR test result is negative, your child can return to school.

If the PCR test result is positive your child must complete the self-isolation period stated above. 

 

What to do if parents test positive

If a parent tests positive for Covid and the child is NOT showing symptoms, the child should attend school as normal but should take a LFT every morning before school for 7 days. School must see the child’s negative LFT result every morning.

If the child receives a positive result at any time, they must self-isolate following the guidance above.

If the child develops symptoms at any time, they must go for a PCR test and self-isolate whilst they await the results. Parent must inform school of the PCR test results.

 

If the positive parent cannot bring their child to school due to self-isolating and there is nobody else available to bring the child to school, call the office on 01254 52065 and we will advise you.

WISH Support

Domestic abuse victims are particularly vulnerable during the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown.

The WISH centre have produced the documents below to help domestic abuse victims during this difficult time. Click on each of the documents for support.

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