For any changes and updates to the national guidance, you can use the link below:
The government continues to manage the risk of serious illness from the spread of the virus. There has been a movement away from stringent restrictions on everyone’s day-to-day lives, towards advising people on how to protect themselves and others, alongside targeted interventions to reduce risk. As COVID-19 becomes a virus that we learn to live with, there is now an imperative to reduce the disruption to children and young people’s education – particularly given that the direct clinical risks to children are extremely low, every adult has been offered the opportunity for 2 doses of the vaccine, and all children aged 12 and over are now eligible for vaccination. However, as set out in the autumn and winter plan, the government will remain vigilant and take action where necessary to support and protect the NHS.
The priority is for schools to deliver face-to-face, high-quality education to all pupils.
To find out more about current Covid-19 guidance for schools, please use the link below:
Information about the virus
To find out about more information about how you should respond if you or anyone in your household develops Covid-19 symptoms, please click on the following link: