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Kings Oak Primary is currently closed to all pupils other than those whose parents/carers are key workers or those who have been identified as vulnerable. If you believe that you are a key worker and need to request a place for your child because you have no one at home to look after them, you must complete the online questionnaire sent out this afternoon requesting a place for your child/children.
Remote learning is now in place. If you still have not collected your laptop if you have no device at home please contact us immediately. Information regarding vouchers for free school meal eligible children will follow shortly.
We appreciate these are very uncertain times but we want everyone to stay safe.
Key worker children should arrive at normal times at their own classroom doors.
Stay safe and follow the rules.
The Year 6 bubble is closed between Monday 18th and Friday 22nd January as sadly a Year 6 child who attended school on Wednesday has tested positive for COVID-19. Therefore we have had to close that bubble for the whole of next week.
If your child attended school on Wednesday as a member of the Year 6 bubble, they now need to isolate up to and including Saturday 23rd January. Year 6 children who have been in school this week but not on Wednesday, do not need to isolate. A letter is attached with further information for those children who need to isolate.
Therefore all learning will be remote and Year 6 children should log on to the website for instructions and timetables for next week's lessons.
Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause. Please all take care and stay safe.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Stay at home: what to do if you or someone you share your home with has coronavirus symptoms
COVID-19 is a new illness. Lots of people call it coronavirus. It can affect your lungs
and your breathing. The main symptoms of coronavirus are:
If you have any coronavirus symptoms you should book a test and stay at home until you receive your results. To do this visit the NHS website or call 119.
If you receive a positive result, tell the people you have been close to over the last 2 days that you have coronavirus as they should stay at home for 14 days. This is whether they have coronavirus symptoms or not. Being close to could mean:
What to do if you or someone you share your home with has coronavirus symptoms
If you have any coronavirus symptoms you should stay at home for 10 days
Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital unless it is an emergency
In an emergency dial 999
Book a test as soon as possible. To do this visit the NHS website or call 119
If you can, tell the people you have been close to over the last 2 days that you have coronavirus symptoms
Being close to could mean: Being face to face with someone who is closer than 1 metre (3 feet) from you for any length of time. This includes things like:
• talking to someone
• coughing on someone
• Being within 1 to 2 metres (3 – 6) feet) of someone for more than 15 minutes. This includes things like being in a car with them or spending time at home with them.
PLANNING TO RETURN MORE CHILDREN TO SCHOOL, WE ARE CONSTANTLY DEVELOPING AND REVIEWING RISK ASSESSMENTS. PLEASE FIND BELOW THE DOCUMENTS WE ARE USING AS OUR BASIS FOR RETURNING FOUNDATION STAGE, YEAR 1 AND YEAR 6 ON 8TH JUNE:
KINGS OAK COVID-19 RISK ASSESSMENT - JUNE 2020
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