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Coronavirus Information


Dear Parents/Carers,

It is wonderful news that all primary school classes will return from March 8th, as part of the national roadmap for exiting the lockdown. This is the first step and must be adhered to carefully to ensure that the next steps can take place.  It is important to say that it is vital we keep in place all the measures we have to reduce risk of contamination and transmission which would result in self-isolation for classes and worst-case scenario the whole school.


We will be returning to the “class bubble” world, where classes keep apart for lessons, meals and breaktimes and there is no whole school mixing.  For the first phase from 8th March to 29th March, subject to review, there will not be any Funzone provision.  This position is to avoid risk to the whole school in the early stages of return, if we open this provision, we are risking cross contamination and spreading as the children and staff cannot be kept in class bubbles.  In December, many classes were affected due to positive cases in staff and children who attended Funzone.  Our intention is to open this on 29th March in line with the governments review of Step 1a, bookings for that period will not be open until the week before, remember we do not have a limitation on numbers for any Funzone sessions. 


School meals will be provided from March 8th 2021, we have provided the last government vouchers for the period up until 8.3.21


All government guidelines will be followed: Hands, Face, Space and our safety measures are listed in the attached full letter,

Keep well,

Mrs Curtis/Mrs Rumsby


Details of School Return for all children on 8th March 2021 - Click here

Ash Grange Lockdown January 2021 Provision

Provision in the event of self-isolation/class isolation

Resources for Children

Dear Parent/Carers below are links to great resources to help children to understand Coronavirus, what it is and isn't.  If you find any other ones, please let us know so we can share with our school community:


Free picture book from Oxford Press


Book for children who can read more from IASC


Video explaining about what Coronavirus is


The link to the Children's Commission page with loads of resources


The NSPCC have a dedicated page for helping children who may be worried

Action Plan overview of the actions we will take at Ash Grange in the event of symptoms or positive results of a Covid test

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