Covid-19 information

We know some parents will have concerns about the safety of their children and families when children are back in school. We hope the information on this page
will help reassure parents and keep them up to speed with the protective measures in place for both pupils and staff in line with the latest government guidelines.

 

Return to school March 2021 COVID-19 safety measures

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 Bywell School Access Plan for March 2021.pdfDownload
 coronavirus_-covid-19-risk-assessment-for-all children in school March -2021.pdfDownload
 Minimising contact and maintaining social distance at Bywell March 2021.pdfDownload
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Return to school January 2021 COVID-19 safety measures

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 coronavirus_-covid-19-risk-assessment-for-children-of-critical-workers-and-vulnerable-pupils-at-school-january-2021.pdfDownload
 minimising-contact-and-maintaining-social-distance-at-bywell-january-2021.pdfDownload
 remote-learning-offer-jan-21.pdfDownload
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 COVID-19_Tier 4 Poster STAY AT HOME.pdfDownload
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 Remote learning guidance for parents November 2020.docxDownload
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 hand-washing-procedures-letter-for-all-parents-and-staff.pdfDownload
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Covid symptoms flow chart

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 Gujarati-School child isolation guide for parents - COVID-19.pdfDownload
 Isolation guide for Madrassahs- Urdu version[2405].pdfDownload
 Madrassah Child Isolation Guide for Parents and Carers Oct 20 - COVID-19.pdfDownload
 Polish-School child isolation guide for parents - COVID-19.pdfDownload
 Punjabi-School child isolation guide for parents - COVID-19.pdfDownload
 Romanian-School child isolation guide for parents - COVID-19.pdfDownload
 Urdu-School child isolation guide for parents - COVID-19.pdfDownload
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Reference guide for parents and carers

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 Covid-19_pupil_absence_guide_-_140920.docxDownload
 Kirklees Community Response.docxDownload
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Domestic Abuse - Safe Spaces.

Victims of domestic abuse will be able to access safe spaces at Boots pharmacies consultation rooms where they can contact specialist domestic abuse services for support and advice. 

Launched by charity Hestia’s UK SAYS NO MORE campaign, the scheme is in response to the desperate situation facing many victims who are isolating with perpetrators during lockdown.   

 People experiencing domestic abuse can use Boots Pharmacies as safe spaces in conjunction with Hestia - individuals just need to ask to use the consultation rooms. Link to press release from Hestia is below:

 https://www.hestia.org/news/press-release-campaign-launches-safe-space-in-boots-stores-for-victims-of-domestic-abuse-across-the-uk

Additional information

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 community-support-services-for-covid-19.pdfDownload
 fsm-update.docDownload
 returning-to-school-discussions-for-parents.pdfDownload
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