Important Information

Advice for Children/ Close contacts of positive COVID-19 cases

You will receive a message on Studybugs if we identify that your child may have been in close contact with an affected case. If you receive a message in line with the local guidance we recommend that your child has a PCR test after school (if they have not tested positive in the last 90 days). Please book online at: and please do advise the school of your test result on Studybugs.

If your child has no symptoms and has already had a PCR test as a result of a recent message sent from school, you may consider one further PCR test 4-7 days following receipt of the message. Otherwise, it is recommended that you continue with regular lateral flow testing.

Your child, and other members of your household can continue normal activities, including attending school provided your child (or anyone else in the household) does not develop symptoms whilst awaiting the PCR result.

In addition to the PCR test, we are advising children and parents to undertake lateral flow tests twice weekly (unless they have tested positive in the last 90 days) but this is at the discretion of parents and is not a requirement for children under 11. For information regarding access to lateral flow tests see:

Should the PCR (or any lateral flow testing) yield a positive result, we would ask that your child isolate, and follow national “Stay at Home” guidance.  If you live in the same household as someone with COVID-19, you should stay at home and self-isolate unless you are fully vaccinated or aged under 18 years.

We are asking you to do this to reduce the further spread of COVID 19 to others in the community. If you need support with isolation, please contact Warwickshire Council on 0800 408 1447.

Please see below guidance for if your child/anyone in the household develops COVID-19 symptoms.

What to do if your child develops symptoms of COVID 19

For most people, especially children, COVID-19 will be a mild illness.

The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are recent onset of:

  • new continuous cough and/or
  • high temperature and/or
  • a loss of, or change in, normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia)

If your child develops any of these symptoms of COVID-19, they should remain at home and arrangements should be made for them to be tested. This should be a test taken at an NHS site (a PCR test) and NOT a rapid test taken at a community testing site (an LFT test).

Testing can be arranged by calling 119 or online:

When the result of the child’s test is known further advice will be available.

How to stop COVID-19 spreading

There are things you can do to help reduce the risk of you and anyone you live with getting ill with COVID-19:

  • wash your hands with soap and water often – do this for at least 20 seconds
  • use hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available
  • wash your hands as soon as you get home
  • cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze
  • put used tissues in the bin immediately and wash your hands afterwards

Further information

Further information is available at

How to book a PCR Test without Symptoms

When you get to the questions:

  1. Is the person who needs a test an essential worker?

Select: No

  1. Does the person who needs a test have coronavirus symptoms?

Select: No, none of these symptoms

  1. Has the person been asked to get a follow-up test?

Select: Yes

  1. Why has the person been asked to get follow-up test?

Select: Another reason

  1. From there, the options will be straightforward

Important Information

Updated Isolation flowchart

Updated guidance for parents and carers

The DFE have updated guidance for parents and carers on what they need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. This update provides information on school admission appeals, entry tests for selective schools, and exams and assessments in the autumn term.

Also provided is further information on the use of face coverings in schools and links to online resources that are available to help parents, carers and children with their mental health and wellbeing.


Letter to Parents for returning to school in September 2021

Risk Assessment COVID-19

COVID 19 Outbreak Management Plan

Wrap Around Care Risk Assessment

Remote Education Information

Home School Agreement September 2020

Remaining Safe in Primary school

Remote Learning Plan

Catch Up Funding

The following documents have been sent out by email. They can be accessed by clicking on them. If you need to contact school please use the address and we will reply. This email is monitored daily.

How to access Microsoft Teams – Pupils

Maths Home Learning

Thinkuknow Parents Helpsheet

Compass School Health Newsletter

Home School Guidance

How to complete and hand in an assignment in Teams

Weekly expectations for children

7 Top Tips to support Reading at home

Read with TRUST

Supporting Home Learning Routines – planning the day

White Rose update

My Phase 3 Sound  Mat

Free School Meal Information

Letter to parents – update 3rd April 

Pop UK

Letter sent 8th May 

Library Letter

Building a Coronavirus lockdown personal network

10 Top Tips Children

10 Top Tips Parents

Teams Video Meeting Letter

Re opening School Letter

Keyworker Letter 18th May 2020

Re opening school letter 20th May 2020

Keyworker letter 21st May 2020

Reception Return to School Information from 1st June

Year 1 Return to School Information from 3rd June

Year 6 Return to School Information from 8th June

Key Worker Key Group Return Information from 1st June

Home School Agreement


PowerPoint Return to School Presentation

PGL Cancellation Y6

Year 1 letter re week beg 13th July

Online Safety re Teams

Letter sent to parents 11/6/2020

Reception to Year 1 Moving Up Letter

School Vision and Logo

New Classes for 2020/2021

School going Cashless

Year 6 Leaver’s Event

Video Calls with New Teachers

Sending Staff an e-card

Summer Multi Sports Club

Reports 2020

Microsoft Teams

Spring Term 2021 Letters

Remote Learning Letter 

Return to school letter

All About Me Reception

All About Me Year 1

All About Me Year 2

All About Me Year 3

All About Me Year 4

All About Me Year 5

Warwickshire School Health and Wellbeing Service – COMPASS are still running services and can be contacted on the following numbers and websites:

Parents/carers can call the service on 03300 245 204 or text Parentline on 07520 619 376.

Young people aged 11-19 can text ChatHealth on 07507 331 525 (see attached for ChatHealth poster). • These services are available Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm and Friday 9am-4.30pm.

Our service webpage contains useful information for children, young people and their families and will be updated with the latest information and advice from our service:

Support and information is also available from the Family Information Service (FIS) –