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St Peter's CE School
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Home school agreement

 

School

St Peter’s Primary School

 

The school will do its best to:

 

  • Provide an environment which has been risk assessed in response to the COVID-19 infection;

 

  • Adhere to the social distancing rules as set out by the government as much as we reasonably can;

 

  • Provide a curriculum that meets the needs of your child’s well-being, mental health and academic needs;

 

  • Contact parents/carers if your child displays symptoms of COVID-19;

 

  • Inform you if staff or children in your child’s ‘bubble’ show symptoms of COVID-19 as this will mean you will all need to self-isolate for at least 14 days or until the test comes back negative;

 

  • Continue our clear and consistent approach to rewards and sanctions for children as set out in the Behaviour Policy as well the expectations outlined in this agreement;

 

  • Communicate between home and school through notices, newsletters, text, email and the school website.

                                                       Parent

 

To help my child at school, I know and understand that:

 

  • If my child, or anyone in my household, shows symptoms of COVID-19, I will not send them to school, we will self-isolate for 14 days as a family, I will get them tested and I will let the school know as soon as possible via telephone;
  • If my child, or another child in the group, shows symptoms of COVID-19 at school, I will collect my child from school immediately;
  • On my commute, and when dropping my child off and picking them up, I will adhere to the 2 metre social distancing rules.
  • I will need to remind my child about social distancing rules but accept they are difficult to follow and that my child may not always do this successfully
  • My child will need to use good respiratory and hand hygiene;
  • I will not be allowed into the school without a pre- arranged appointment – make appointments via telephone or email;
  • I need to support all staff in their efforts to create an ‘as safe as possible’ environment during this crisis;
  • Read all letters/messages/emails that are sent home;
  • I need to inform the school immediately of any changes to parents/carer and emergency contacts details.
  • If my child is deemed unsafe, he/she will be sent home and cannot return to school until they can be safe.

Child

I will do my best to:

 

  • Adhere to the social distancing rules in class and in the playground;
  • Tell an adult if I feel unwell;

 

  • Not mix with any other children in the school;

 

  • Follow good respiratory hygiene: coughing and sneezing into elbow or tissue (catch it-bin it-kill it);

 

  • Follow good hand hygiene – use soap and water for 20 seconds/ hand sanitiser;

 

  • Only use public transport if absolutely necessary and ensure I socially distance and wear a face covering, if I do;

 

  • Behave well at all times to maintain the safety of myself and others;

 

  • Follow these expectations and know that if I don’t, I will be sent home and will not be able to come back into school until I can be safe.
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The school will be open to key worker / vulnerable children who have contacted us from Wednesday 6th January.
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