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Coronavirus Information

School Re-opening 8th March 2021

School will re-open to all pupils from Monday 8th March.

Track & Trace Easter Holiday

If your child has been accessing school up to 26th March and they test positive for Covid19 up to and including 28th March we need to follow track and trace guidance. Please contact school on

[email protected]

If your child tests positive from 29th March onward please notify school when we reopen on Tuesday 13th April.

Spring Term 2021: National Lockdown

School will be open to children of critical workers and those identified as vulnerable. Families have been sent a survey to register their need as critical workers, this closed on 5th January. If you believe you fall into this category please contact school so that we can enable your children to attend when you are at work.

The start and end times for each class attending school in person remain the same as the Autumn term (see table below)

We are expecting all children working remotely or on site to wear school uniform for their school day.

Remote Learning

All children are accessing the same lessons in school and remotely. Each class has a timetable of live lessons on their remote learning page, please go the the dedicated page for your child’s year to access online learning.

Live lessons are all being recorded and uploaded to the classroom to enable families to ‘catch-up’ or replay sessions as needed. Please can all parents ensure that they have completed a permission form.

Resources and lesson links are in each child’s Google classroom account. If you cannot login please contact the school office for support.

Loan devices; parents have been asked to contact school if they require a loan device to enable their child to access live lessons. If parents require a device or additional data please contact school to discuss your needs.

Parent Guidance

Coronavirus (COVID-19): support for parents and carers to keep children safe online

NHS guidance for parents and children

Department for Education (DFE) Guidance

Should I send my child to school with cold symptoms?

NYCC Guidance – what happens if there is a positive case of Covid19 in my child’s school?

For further information and support regarding online safety please go to the school Cyber Safety page

Covid 19 Policies and Risk Assessments

Advice and Support

NSPCC advice and support for domestic violence

Women’s Aid

Barnardo’s See Hear Respond – support hub for families

NHS Every Mind Matters – support for children’s mental health

Times and Rooms

Please use the times for the youngest child in the family.

ClassYearRoom Drop-off
time
Pick-up
time
1Reception & Year 1Classroom 1 & 2
Main building
8.40am3pm
2Year 2Classroom 3
Main building
8.40am3.05pm
3Year 3 & 4Classroom 4
Double Portakabin
8.45am3.10pm
4Year 5Classroom 5
Double Portakabin
8.50am3.15pm
5Year 6Classroom 6
Single Portakabin
8.55am3.20pm

Gallery

Keeping Everyone Safe – we have adapted our school to support social distancing and keep our environment as clean as possible.

Transport

Bus times have been confirmed for morning collections as follows;

08.05  Tollerton, St Michaels Church Hall

08.11  Youlton, 1st Farm on Entrance to Village

08:13 Youlton New Farm outside village

08.17  Aldwark, Telephone Box

08.23  House after the tip

08.24  Tholthorpe, The Green

08.29  Flawith, Opp Phonebox

After school the bus will be departing school at approximately 3.15pm.

Letters

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