Following further guidance we have reviewed our Whole School Risk Assessment to reflect our risk management from September 2021. We have also developed a Covid Education Management Plan which details our the School’s Contingency Plans
We continue to encourage all students and staff to complete twice week lateral flow testing procedures.
Please do let us know immediately if your child has a positive result.
We all know the classic symptoms of Covid-19; a high temperature, a cough and a loss of taste or smell.
In addition, Staffordshire’s Local Outbreak team are asking everyone to look out for the precautionary symptoms too. These include, a sore throat, a runny nose, sneezing, stomach issues, headaches, feeling very tired. These symptoms can indicate that someone is ill with the Delta variant of Covid-19, but as we all know, they can also be symptoms of colds, hayfever, chest infections etc.
We are asking you as parents and carers to help us by noticing whether your child has any of these symptoms, booking them a PCR test and if they are unwell in any way, then please keep them off school until the results of the PCR test come through. This will help all of us to reduce the spread of the virus. If you are not sure what to do, then please do phone the school office and we will try to help you make the best decision for your child.
Here will update you on what we have been doing in and out of school during Lockdown.
Activities – get involved!
Reach for the Stars with Mrs Rhodes
Mrs Rhodes has added a song for you to sign by yourselves or with your family.
Join in with her and sign it too!
Happy signing and remember ‘Reach for the stars’
Eat a Rainbow with Mrs Underwood
As you know we have been celebrating the fantastic work of our key workers with rainbows of all kinds.
Mrs Underwood challenges you to try to ‘eat a rainbow’.
Fill a plate or bowl with colourful fruit, salad or vegetables. Bake a cake using rainbow colours or make layered jelly or angel delights.
Year 6 to Year 7 Transition
Welcome to our Year 6 to Year 7 transition page. On this page you will find lots of information to help you get ready to join Queen’s Croft High School in September.
We have been unable to do many of the traditional transition activities so we will be putting together lots of information for you which will be updated on a regular basis.
It is our aim that all pupils joining our school community feel confident about the many changes and new routines they will experience. We want to reassure you that we are keen to make the transition a smooth, exciting but reassuring process.
We look forward to meeting you all very soon.
Keep up to date with our blog!
Coming soon our brand new blog to keep you updated on all our exciting developments.
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