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Thank you for all your support during the pandemic. 

We continue to follow all guidance regarding which measures need to be in place. 

We have completed an extensive risk assessment and still have in place infection control measures to reduce the risk to everyone. These measures include  good hygiene and ventilation. We also have an outbreak management plan describing what we will do if children or staff test positive for coronavirus and how we will operate if we are  advised to reintroduce any additional measures to help stop the spread of the virus. The  Manchester Public Health and Manchester Test and Trace teams will support  us to manage situations if there is an outbreak of positive cases.

Changes to self-isolation rules 

Under the current arrangements, anyone who has been identified as a close contact of a  positive case of Covid-19  no longer has to self-isolate - this applies to children who are not  displaying symptoms and adults who have been fully vaccinated (14 days after their second jab)  and are also not displaying any symptoms. Instead, they are advised to take daily Lateral Flow Tests for 7 days.

If you yourself are isolating but your child does not need to, please make every effort to get them to school. 

Anyone who tests positive will still need to self-isolate regardless of their vaccination status or age. 

It continues to be important that you do not send your child into school should they develop  symptoms, however mild. Please book a PCR test. If you are unable to get to a testing centre we have some home PCR tests available in school.

Parent FAQ leaflets 

The last 17 months have been especially tough for our children.  If you have any concerns about your child, please speak to their classteacher in the first instance.




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