Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Can I bring my child to school if they have a continuous cough or a temperature.
Answer: Under the current COVID 19 guidelines, these are 2 of the symptoms of COVID 19. The current advice is that the child has a PCR test and remains off school until a negative result is obtained.
Question: Can I bring my child to school if they have been sick?
Answer: No, we ask parents to keep their child at home for 48 hours after being sick or having diahorea.
Question: Does my child need to be potty trained?
Answer: No, we ask parents to bring in nappies and wipes. We will work with you when your child is ready to be potty trained.
Question: Do you provide hot lunches?
Answer: No, we ask parents to bring a health pack-up. Below is a leaflet that can help you to provide a healthy pack-up. In 20-21, we provide a packed lunch for children who are either in receipt of 2 year funding or who are eligible for Early Years Pupil Premium.
Question: Is there parent parking?
Answer: At the moment, due to our COVID 19 restrictions, the car park is temporarily closed. We do have a small car park that parents would normally use. We do ask parents to be considerate where they park and to be considerate to our neighbours.
Question: Do we need to inform you that my child is not coming to school today?
Answer: We ask that parents inform us, either by ringing and leaving a message or emailing us, so that we know why your child will not be in school. This helps us to safeguard the children. If we don't hear from you, we will contact you.