COVID 19 INFORMATION
St Elizabeth's is now open to children in the following year groups: Pre School, Reception Class, Year One and Year Six, along with children of keyworker parents. All events, trips and competitions have been suspended until school fully re-opens. We will try to re-arrange where possible.
Please find the updated risk assessment detailing the operational arrangements for school fully opening in September 2020.
Please also find the risk assessment detailing the arrangements for school fully opening in September 2020 along with the risk assessment for the Out of Hours Club.
We are fully supporting all parents in this difficult time, pupils can contact their teachers via Google classroom and the office staff can be contacted on weekdays during term time by calling or emailing in the usual ways.
If your family have suffered financially as a result of sudden loss of earnings your child may now qualify for Temporary Free School Meals – new applications can be made via http://www.st-elizabeths.co.uk/parents/catering scroll to the bottom to find the application form.
CRITICAL CARE WORKERS
The school remains open to children of Government allocated critical care workers and vulnerable children. Please only send your child to school following prior arrangement in order for us to ensure appropriate levels of staffing.
Staffordshire County Council guidance follows national guidance
If children can stay safely at home, then parents are asked to keep their children at home
All children and parents in households with COVID-19 symptoms must stay at home (and follow government guidance on self-isolation, household isolation and social distancing
If you have reviewed your situation and now no longer require childcare, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also note, children attending school will not be provided with a curriculum education. We are operating as a child care provider only.
If you or child feel unwell please do not come into the school. Anyone who has either a new persistent cough or a high temperature / fever should immediately self-isolate everyone who lives in their house. This means no one should leave the house for ANY reason. The person with symptoms must isolate for 7 days from the start of their symptoms, all other people in the house, even if they feel well, must isolate for 14 days. This is the current Government recommendation.
For further advice if you are feeling unwell, please visit https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ please only call NHS 111 if you feel your symptoms are becoming increasingly worse. In any emergency involving shortness of breath dial 999 for emergency help.
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Staffordshire County council health advice:https://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/Coronavirus/Home.aspx
Staffordshire County Council Schools advice: https://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/Education/Schoolsandcolleges/Home.aspx