Please find the useful guidance that we have put together to help our Parents, Pupils and Staff understand the different rules and changes around the Covid-19 pandemic.
Any new changes to processes or procedures or new information will be uploaded to this part of the site, so please refer to this section if your unsure of anything.
If you need to report that your child is either displaying symptoms or to let us know the result of a test then please contact the relevant Key Stage Office. Please call 0161 446 8640 and press Option 1 report an absence.
Please DO NOT send your child into school if they are either displaying symptoms, someone in your household has tested positive for Covid-19 or are awaiting the results of a test for your child.
Click here to view the latest government guidance on the full reopening of schools.
School guidance on returning January 2021 - click here
NHS Coronavirus Information
Click here for up-to-date information surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic.
If your child is symptomatic(i.e. one of a new continuous cough, a high temperature, a loss of/or change in your normal sense of smell or taste), you will need to book a test via the link above. New slots do become available during the day (10am, 12pm and 8pm) so it is worth retrying the website after these times.
Risk Assessment September 2020 - click here
Home School Agreement - click here
Remote Learning Agreement - click here
Parent information letter dated August 2020 - click here
Covid-19 Advice for Parents in GM - click here
Mass Testing in Schools - click here
COVID-related pupil/student absence following a LFD test - click here
COVID-related staff absence following a LFD test - click here
Looking after your mental health:
Talking to your child about Coronavirus:
What parents need to know about Zoom, Houseparty and similar apps:
Supporting students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities:
Schools and Colleges during the Coronavirus Outbreak:
Guidance on Vulnerable Children and Young People:
Guidance in regards to face coverings when returning back to school: