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Raising Aspirations

  • Harmony, Trust and Peace

  • Caring, Charity and Love

  • Appreciation, Freedom and Honesty

  • Thoughtfulness and Forgiveness

  • Co-operation and Responsibility

  • Positivity, Humour and Friendship

  • Patience, Respect and Tolerance

  • Courage, Resilience and Determination

COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 guidance reminder


The main symptoms of COVID-19 are:

  • a high temperature 
  • a new, continuous cough 
  • a loss or change to sense of smell or taste


Children who develop symptoms of COVID-19 should not attend school and should self-isolate at home. Parents/ carers should arrange for their child to have a PCR test. Children will be able to return to school if they test negative (the school may request evidence of a negative test result) or after they have completed a period of self-isolation if they test positive. Further information can be found on the the following websites (click to access the links):

Click the link below for information about ending self-isolation using a lateral flow test:

COVID-19 Risk assessment


The school's COVID-19 risk assessment outlines what measures are followed in school to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission which includes a range of 'control measures' such as keeping spaces well ventilated. The risk assessment is regularly reviewed and updated to reflect the latest government advice. Click below to access the full risk assessment:

COVID-19 Outbreak Management Plan


Schools are required to have contingency plans (called Outbreak Management Plans) outlining what they would do in the event of a school outbreak or a rise of cases in the local area. Click below to access the school's plan:

Remote Learning Policy

COVID-19 Catch-Up Premium Plan for 2020-21

COVID-19 Catch-Up Premium Plan for 2021-22

Also for 2021-22, there is a Recovery Premium and information about how the school is using this funding is included in the school's Pupil Premium Strategy Statement - the click link below for further information. Catch-up is also taking place as part of the National Tutoring Programme.