What to do if your child is unwell
Letter from Public Health England
Updated Information from Worcestershire County Council
Worcestershire County Council is now recommending that parents/families wear face coverings when dropping off/ picking up pupils, both on pavements around school and on school sites . This advice has been given to try and further reduce the number of COVID cases and to keep our staff and families safe. Please try to comply with this advice when binging your child to school and when collecting them.
Worcestershire County Council have also asked us to ensure that we report any positive cases to them. If your child has COVID symptoms and/or a positive test it is vital that you let us know immediately by texting or emailing the school. This is to enable us to close bubbles or ask certain pupils or staff to self-isolate if necessary.
Thank you for your help.
Changes to School Uniform
As part of our new routines to ensure the heath and safety of our pupils and staff we are required to keep the school well ventilated at all times. This may mean that our classrooms and corridors may become cold as the winter weather arrives. We have therefore agreed that children may wear extra layers under their uniform and/or bring a warm fleece or gilet(sleeveless top) in black or navy to wear over their school sweatshirt during colder weather.
On PE days pupils may wear black or navy leggings or joggers (please ensure shorts are still worn underneath) and a navy or black fleece/gilet over their school sweatshirt.
Reminder - what to wear to school (normal uniform unless otherwise stated).
Class 1: Thursday - Woodland school kit Friday - PE kit
Class 2: Monday - Woodland school kit Thursday PE kit
Class 3: Wednesday - PE kit
Class 4: Thursday - PE kit Friday - bring a t-shirt and shorts or leggings for Yoga