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Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates

Drop off and Collection times from March 2022.

 

From after half term we will no longer be having staggered start and finish times.   Doors will open at 8:50am and all children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 will need to be in school by 9:00am. Anyone arriving after 9:00am will be marked as a late arrival in the registers.  

 

All children will now be dismissed at the end of the day at 3:15pm.

 

SCHOOL DROP OFF TIMES.

 

8:50am – Miss Powers

External classroom door. Parents to wait on the path and leave by the main gate.

 

8:50am – Mrs Harrison/Mrs Lawson

External classroom door. Parents to wait on the path and leave by the main gate. 

 

8:50am –Miss Shaw

Hall doors at the rear of the school.  Please wait on the playground.

 

8:50am – Mrs Varney & Mrs Kelly.

School Main Entrance.

 

 SCHOOL COLLECTION TIMES.

 

3:15pm – Miss Powers

External classroom door. Parents to wait on the path and leave by the main gate.

           

3:15pm – Mrs Harrison/Mrs Lawson

External classroom door. Parents to wait on the path and leave by the main gate.

 

3:15pm –Miss Shaw

Classroom door at the rear of the school.  Please wait on the playground.

 

3:15pm - Mrs Varney & Mrs Kelly

School Main Entrance.

 

NURSERY DROP OFF AND COLLECTION TIMES.

 

8:40am – Nursery AM and Nursery 30hr.

Classroom door leading on to the Nursery playground. 

 

11:40am – Nursery AM

Nursery Main Entrance.

 

12:15pm – Nursery PM

Nursery Main Entrance.

 

3:15pm – Nursery PM and Nursery 30hr

Classroom door leading onto the Nursery playground. 

 

 

School re-opens on Tuesday 1st March 2022

New Isolation guidance 2022

Positive Covid Cases within school - 7th February 2022

Positive Covid cases in the mixed Year 1 & Reception class - 25th January 2022

Positive Covid case Nursery & Year 1 - 17th January 2022

Positive Covid case in school - Year 2

Updated Covid guidance - 14th December 2021

Covid 19 infection control measures for parents.

Positive Covid case in school - letter to parents of NON close contact children.

Letter from Dean Wallace (Director of Public Health) 9th July 2021

Letter from Dean Wallace (Director of Public Health) 27th May 2021

Nursery PM children and Nursery 30Hr children will need to isolate until Saturday 29th May.  They will be able to leave home from Sunday 30th May 2021.

 

Nursery AM children do NOT need to isolate, but are unable to attend school due to some staff also having to isolate.

Letters for parents from Dean Wallace, Director of Public Health at Derbyshire County Council.

School re-opening to all children 8th March 2021.

05.02.2021 - letter to parents regarding Zoom, Facebook and a thank you.

Letter regarding the testing of staff for asymptomatic Covid-19 cases in school.

Please see letter below for NURSERY parents regarding nursery re-opening for ALL NURSERY children from Thursday 21st January.

Letter to parents regarding tonights Government annoucement - 04.01.2021.

Letter regarding school re-opening January 2021.

Letter from Director of Public Health - 16.12.2020

Please see the letter below from the Director of Public Health at Derbyshire County Council.

Letter for Year 1 bubble - 20.10.2020 (isolation period extended until 27.10.20)

Privacy Notice - Coronavirus - Track and Trace 

 

Please read the privacy notice below regarding the new NHS 'Track and Trace' scheme.

 

 

 

Seesaw class app. - 11.05.2020

Parent guide to childhood illnesses during Covid-19

We are following all Government and Public Health advice ~ we are ALWAYS doing the best for our children, families and staff.

 

Today (Monday 16th March 2020) we had some more updates on the coronavirus and actions we should all take.

 

The key messages were :-

  • Avoid gatherings
  • Avoid public places (pubs, clubs, theatres etc.)
  • Work from home if possible
  • No unnecessary visits to care homes
  • By the weekend those with the most serious health conditions, the over 70's or pregnant women should avoid social contact for 12 weeks.
  • Serious health conditions = adults who would normally be advised to have the flu vaccine (such as those with a chronic illness).
  • If one person in a household has a persistent cough or fever, everyone living in the house should stay at home for 14 days.

 

I understand this is a worrying time for us all.

 

Whilst schools are still open we will do everything we can to ensure all children in school are safe and happy.

 

I ask all families to continue to understand and respect that our staff have their own and their families health to consider and will also need to act as they see fit.

 

If your child is going to be absent from school because of the new advice or for ANY reason you must phone us on 0115 9324288.

 

I will be following every update and letting you know anything new or different.

 

If you have any questions, worries or are not sure what to do phone us or email us at info@larklands.derbyshire.sch.uk or headteacher@larklands.derbyshire.sch.uk.

If you have questions or need support from other agencies we have put together a catalogue of services that you can access and some useful information guides.

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