COVID School Guide for Parents March 2021

COVID Risk Assessment from March 21 With Ravensdale Infant and National Lockdown UpdateĀ 

Staying Safe Online advice and guidance

Coronavirus (COVID-19) catch-up premium

COVID-19 Student Guide

Government Guidance for the full opening of schools

Government Guidance what do if your child has symptoms of COVID-19

Murray Park School COVID-19 Risk Assessment Audit and Action Plan January 2021

Preventing the spread of COVID-19 Government guidance

DFE_Template_Remote_Learning_PDF.pdf

Covid Teaching & Learning Policy

Covid Testing

Reporting Covid19 Home Test results

Covid Home Testing Kits – Incident Report

Home Testing Letter to parents March 2021

Asymptomatic testing in schools and colleges – Public FAQs

How to do your test COVID19 instruction leaflet for schools

LFT why do it – info for students and parents

Student Covid Letter

Home Testing LetterĀ 

Staff testing letter Jan2021

Consent form

Privacy Notice – school and college testing

COVID 19 Testing Risk Assessment from Jan 2021

Data Protection FAQ

Covid Testing Videos and additional resources

https://youtu.be/qrKK40oYN_4

https://youtu.be/kZhSPnnXyPo

Additional resources to explain what COVID 19 is and how to stay safeĀ https://www.storicise.com

Murray Park School’s face masks policy

Murray Park School’s policy on face masks from 8th March 2021 is as follows. This change has been made due to the updated government guidance:Ā https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/face-coverings-in-education/face-coverings-in-education.

    • Staff and pupils (Y7-11) will be required to wear face masks ā€˜whilst walking in corridors and communal areas where social distancing is difficult to maintainā€™. This will include inside all buildings, including in classrooms and corridors but not whilst sat down in canteens or PE, nor if exemption due to a medical or mental health condition (an orange badge should be worn in this case).
    • Visitors, including contractors, are expected to wear face masks in buildings unless distancing can take place whilst on site.
    • Face masks for all staff/visitors/pupils should not have a slogan or inappropriate image and can be either disposable or re-useable.
    • Staff/pupils/visitors should provide their own face masks/visors. Disposable masks are available if a student/staff/visitor has forgotten theirs.