Covid-19 Response

Remote Learning Spring Term 2021

Related Letters

  • 3 March 2021 - Return to schools letter from Leader of Birmingham City Council
  • 26 February 2021 - Information for school re-opening on Mon 8 March
  • 5 January 2021 - School closed to most pupils due to national lockdown
  • 4 January 2021 - Information about Remote Learning arrangements
  • 11 September 2020 - Birmingham city restrictions, but school remains open
  • 16 July 2020 - September re-opening summary from Birmingham City Council
  • 15 July 2020 - The re-opening process at school in September 2020
  • 13 July 2020 - Important message about school attendance in September 2020
  • 24 Jun 2020 - Year 6 Transition Morning on Tue 30 June
  • 10 Jun 2020 - Re-opening of school for specific classes from 15 June onwards
  • 9 Jun 2020 - School re-opening information from Birmingham City Council
  • 26 May 2020 - Update on the partial re-opening of school not before 15 June
  • 21 May 2020 - Plans for partial re-opening of school on 1 June
  • 19 May 2020 - Safe Reopening of Schools from Leader of Birmingham Council

What to do if Your Child Develops Covid-19 Symptoms at Home

May we take the opportunity to remind you what to do if your child develops Covid-19 symptoms at home.

If your child develops any of these symptoms, you must not send them to school (if your child was eligible to attend during the closure):

  • A high temperature
  • A new continuous cough
  • A loss of or change to their sense of smell or taste.

If your child has these symptoms, your family must start self isolating and access a Covid19 test using this link:

Also, please follow these actions as soon as possible if your child was due to attend school:

  • Contact the school office and inform us of the absence and explain the symptoms your child has.
  • You will be advised to get a test. We will provide you with the information with how to do this.
  • When you get the test result, you must tell us the outcome as soon as possible. If the test result is negative, your child does not have Covid-19 and will be able to return to school when they are better. If the test result is positive, we will inform you of the next steps to take.
  • If you choose not to get a test, your child will be required to self-isolate for at least 10 days, meaning your child will not be allowed onto the school site and will have to stay at home, the whole family will need to self-isolate for 10 days.

Covid Catch-up Premium

The Covid Catch-up premium is being given to schools to fund for specific activities which will help pupils catch up on missed education during the school closure period during lockdown.

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