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Coronavirus Guidance

School Premises Risk Assessment October 2020

School Operations Risk Assessment October 2020

KS2 Covid Update

Public Health England Letter to Parents/Carers 23.09.20

COVID 19 Home School Agreement Sept 2020

Covid 19 September Return - Parents Letter

10th May

Dear Parents and Carers,

 

We all heard the Government announcement earlier this evening, that schools might be opening for Reception, Year one and Year six pupi

ls, 'If the conditions are right'. Also that the date of June 1st may be the time considered.


 

At this anxious and worrying time, I want to reassure you that the Senior Leadership team are awaiting further detailed guidance from the Government, Department of Education and County. We will not being opening until we have clear Health and safety protocols and procedures to safeguard pupils and staff from Covid 19.


 

Our children's health and well- being is of paramount importance and we will continue to keep you updated. Please continue to follow the current social distancing rules.


 

Keep safe,

Mrs Ford

 

 

Emergency childcare for Primary aged pupils.

 

If you are both essential key workers and unable to keep your children at home, there will be a school hub at St Michael's C of E school in Bothel and Netherton Infants in Maryport.

 

If you are in need of place please email: admin@richill.cumbria.sch.uk

 

The emergency childcare hubs will be manned by a rota of school staff from a variety of schools. May I remind everyone this is emergency childcare only, as the Government message is stay at home and keep safe.

 

16th March 2020

                                                     Coronavirus update

 

Dear Parents,

 

                         Thank you for your support and understanding at this difficult and worrying time. We are following all advice given to us by Public Health England, the Department of Health and Cumbria County Council. We will be continuing to ask parents to drop children off at the classroom doors and school entrance. In addition, if your child or you are unwell, we ask that you do not come on the school premises. If a child is unwell, staff will use their professional judgement if they should need to be sent home.

 

To help minimise any concerns, we will be cancelling any day trips out and there will be no large group visits to school. We have also cancelled our sporting fixtures and clubs for now. Thank you for helping us keep the children settled and safe. If you have any concerns phone NHS 111 directly

Yours sincerely,

Helen Ford

 

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