Support for our families during the Coronavirus Pandemic
The Coronavirus pandemic has altered how schools run at this current time and in September, all pupils will be returning to full-time education. This may cause some anxiety for our families, so we have created this page to answer any questions or queries you may have.
The government has released guidance for all schools to follow which can be found here. Returning to school is vital for children’s education and for their wellbeing. Time out of school is detrimental for children’s cognitive and academic development, particularly for disadvantaged children. This impact can affect both current levels of learning and children’s future ability to learn, and therefore we need to ensure all pupils can return to school sooner rather than later.
In response to this guidance, the staff and governors of Wincle CE Primary School have completed a comprehensive risk assessment which can be found here.
To support parents with the new rules and routines, Mrs Smith documented key changes in a letter which can be found here.
To ensure that all staff and pupils are kept safe, the school's visitors' policy has been reviewed and adapted in light of the pandemic. This can be found here.
There may be times in the near future that families will need to move to learning more remotely. Please find our draft remote learning plan here.