COVID19 - Coronavirus


This page has been created to centralise information regarding COVID-19.


Updated Guidance - September 2021

When you do not need to self-isolate

If someone you live with has symptoms of COVID-19, or has tested positive for COVID-19, you will not need to self-isolate if any of the following apply:

  • you're fully vaccinated – this means 14 days have passed since your final dose of a COVID-19 vaccine given by the NHS
  • you're under 18 years, 6 months old
  • you're taking part or have taken part in a COVID-19 vaccine trial
  • you're not able to get vaccinated for medical reasons

Even if you do not have symptoms, you should still:


The NHS has a dedicated website with information on how COVID-19 spreads and how to avoid infection; plus NHS advice for anyone who thinks they may have symptoms or who might have been exposed to the virus when travelling: Please click here for NHS 111

The Department of Education has launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows:

Phone: 0800 046 8687


Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)




Latest Guidance

School Risk Assessment

Our latest risk assessment is being approved by governors

- updated May 2021 June update coming 14th June

Guidance for Parents and Carers - May 2021

(COVID-19) Coronavirus restrictions - what you can and cannot do - May 2021


School Risk Assessment - 8th March 2021 

Latest from Department for Education - 23rd February 2021

Covid-19 Winter Plan - 24th November 2020

Covid-19 Winter Plan - summary

FAQs - 14th December 

Information for parents - Contact Tracing after 18th December 2020

Remote Learning Action Plan - updated December 2020

School Risk Assessment - December 2020

Visitor to school policy

National Restrictions -


Covid Alert Levels