Covid 19 Return to School
Please see below our risk assessment. As ever, the health and safety of our chidlren and staff remain our top priority. Please be aware that this is a rapidly changing situation and that whilst the displayed information is accurate at the time of posting we would recommend that parents monitor the situation by checking the official websites regularly for any updates and changes.
Department for Education (DfE) Coronavirus helpline - The Department for Education has launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline by telephoning 0800 046 8687 or by emailing DfE.firstname.lastname@example.org. Opening hours are 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday).
The advice from the Department for Education is still that no school should close in response to a suspected (or confirmed) COVID-19 case unless directed to do so by Public Health England.
The Raleigh School Risk Assessment - March 2021 Click here to view
COVID-19 Catch Up Premium Funding - We are committed to providing the highest quality education for all our chidlren regardless of background or barrier to learning in all aspects of school life. "Children from disadvantaged backgrounds are likely to have been more affected particularly severly by closures and may need more support to return to school and settle back into school life. Whilst all pupils will benefit from the EEF recommnedations, it is likely that some forms of support will be particularly beneficial to disadvantaged".
Covid-19 Support Guide for Schools - June 2020. Great teaching is the most important lever schools have to improve outcomes for their pupils. Every pupil will have been affected differently by Covid-19. Enabling teachers to assess pupils' wellbeing and learning needs is likely to make it easier for teachers and other school staff to provudie effective support.
Raleigh COVID-19 Catch-Up Premium Plan. Click here to view