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    Covid-19

    Welcome to our School

    Our Covid- 19 catch up plan can be found here

     

    WEEK STARTING: 8th MARCH 2021: 

    We are looking forward to seeing all children back in school on Monday 8th March.

    Please see below for bubble start and finish times:

    Class Start Time Entrance/Exit  Finish Time
    R1 8.45 Hobsons 2.05
    R2 8.50 Hobsons 2.10
           
    1JW 8.40 Hobsons 2.25
    1RS 8.35 Hobsons 2.20
    1SK 8.30 Hobsons 2.15
    2FJ 8.40 Community  2.25
    2RLS 8.35 Community  2.20
    2NW 8.30 Community  2.15
    3CB 8.45 Front Entrance 2.30
    3HH 8.50 Community  2.35
    3SJ 8.45 Community  2.30
    4MH 8.40 Upper Hall 2.25
    4SB 8.35 Upper Hall 2.20
    4DC 8.30 Upper Hall 2.15
    5MW 8.40 Craig Street  2.25
    5RL 8.35 Craig Street  2.20
    5FD 8.30 Craig Street  2.15
    6DB 8.40 Front Entrance 2.25
    6AW 8.35 Front Entrance 2.20
    6SW 8.30 Front Entrance 2.15
    • Please drop off and collect your child(ren) on time. You can find the times in the table above. 
    • Where possible, please can we request that only one parent/carer drops off and collects your child(ren) to avoid large crowds outside the gates.
    • When collecting your child(ren), please do not wait around to socialise. If your child walks home alone, please remind them to not wait for friends from other classes.
    • Please wear a mask when dropping and collecting your child(ren). This helps to keep you, the staff and all of the children safe. 
     
    School Devices: Laptop/Chromebooks or any other device loaned by the school including chargers/cases will need to be returned on Friday 5th March as soon as your child's Friday Zoom call has ended. 
    It is extremely important that these are returned on Friday so that they can be ready for children to use on Monday in school. 
    These will be collected via the old school entrance (double doors half way down the building) after each zoom call. This area will be manned from 9.15 until 12.15 for device drop off.  
    Please ensure you wear a mask and follow social distancing guidelines at all times. 

     

     

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    Monday 4th January- Important Update: Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, school is now closed to all children apart from key worker and vulnerable children.

    If you need to contact the school please e-mail: office@beeches.peterborough.sch.uk  

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    Thank you to all the parents and carers that have supported the school with our safe return to school. We would like to ask you for further support on the following matters:

    • Please drop off and collect your child(ren) on time. You can find the times in the table below. 
    • Where possible, please can we request that only one parent/carer drops off and collects your child(ren) to avoid large crowds outside the gates.
    • When collecting your child(ren), please do not wait around to socialise. If your child walks home alone, please remind them to not wait for friends from other classes.
    • For safety reasons, the car park near the Hobson's gate will be closed from 8am-9am and 2pm-3pm from Monday 14th September 2020.
    • Please wear a mask when dropping and collecting your child(ren). This helps to keep you, the staff and all of the children safe. 

    Please see below for our dropping off and collection times. 

    Class

    Start Time

    Entrance/Exit

    Finish Time

    RJF

    8.55

    Hobsons

    2.10

    RDVS

    8.50

    Hobsons

    2.05

    RRC

    8.45

    Hobsons

    2.00

    1JW

    8.40

    Hobsons

    2.25

    1RS

    8.35

    Hobsons

    2.20

    1SK

    8.30

    Hobsons

    2.15

    2FJ

    8.40

    Community

    2.25

    2RLS

    8.35

    Community

    2.20

    2NW

    8.30

    Community

    2.15

    3CB

    8.45

    Front Entrance

    2.30

    3HH

    8.50

    Community

    2.35

    3SJ

    8.45

    Community

    2.30

    4MH

    8.40

    Upper Hall

    2.25

    4SB

    8.35

    Upper Hall

    2.20

    4DC

    8.30

    Upper Hall

    2.15

    5MW

    8.40

    Craig Street

    2.25

    5RL

    8.35

    Craig Street

    2.20

    5FD

    8.30

    Craig Street

    2.15

    6DB

    8.40

    Front Entrance

    2.40

    6AW

    8.35

    Front Entrance

    2.35

    6SW

    8.30

    Front Entrance

    2.30

     

    Update 21.9.2020

    How to test your child for Coronavirus with a test at home kit.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


     

    Test & Trace Information

    As children in all year groups return to school full-time, we must ensure that we put in place a range of protective measures to reduce the risk of transmission. We will also be engaging fully with the NHS Test & Trace process, and will work closely with the local Health Protection Team of Public Health England and the local authority to ensure that any confirmed cases are reported without delay.

    Within this letter, you will find details of what to expect if the school is notified of a possible or confirmed case of coronavirus in school.

    Where there is a possible case of coronavirus in school

    If a child or member of staff develops symptoms of coronavirus, the individual concerned will be sent home and asked to self-isolate for 10 days. They will be asked to arrange a test at the earliest convenience (either by visiting a test centre, or by requesting a home test kit) and to share the results with the school.

    The parents/carers of other children within the bubble will be sent a letter to notify them of this situation however, the individual will not be named and personally identifiable information will not be included. All other children within the bubble will be able to continue to attend school as normal whilst the test is carried out and until the result is known.

    The wider school community will not receive this letter.

    Where there is a confirmed case of coronavirus in school

    If a child or member of staff tests positive for coronavirus, the individual concerned will be asked to self-isolate for at least 10 days from the date when their symptoms appeared. 

    If they have tested positive whilst not experiencing symptoms but develop symptoms during the isolation period, they should restart the 10 day isolation period from the day they develop symptoms

    Other members of their household or support bubble should self-isolate for 14 days from when the symptomatic person first had symptoms and should continue this period of isolation even if they too have been tested and have received a negative test result.

    The school will work with the Health Protection Team of Public Health England to carry out a risk assessment to determine who else, if anyone, also needs to isolate.

    The parents/carers of other children within the bubble will be sent a letter to notify them of this situation, and will be advised of any additional measures which are required. Again, the individual will not be named and personally identifiable information will not be included.

    What you can do

    If your child, a household member or a member of your support bubble develops any of the following symptoms, we would ask that you notify the school immediately and arrange a test by visiting https://www.nhs.uk/ask-for-a-coronavirus-test

    Get a free NHS test today to check if you have coronavirus (COVID-19) - NHS

    for yourself, if you have coronavirus symptoms now (a high temperature, a new, continuous cough, or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste) for someone you live with, if they have symptoms if you live in England and have been told to have a test before you go into hospital, for example ...

    www.nhs.uk

    or by phoning 119.

    A high temperature

    A new and persistent cough

    A loss of, or change in, normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia)

    We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support. If you have any concerns or questions about the Test and Trace process, please contact the school office who would be happy to discuss further.

    Please view the government's Back to School help guide. Click here

    Transport information

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    Finally, please continue to encourage and explain the important of regular, thorough handwashing. Visit the NHS website for videos and advice https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/best-way-to-wash-your-hands/