The outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) led to the closure of schools in England across 2020 and 2021. Fishburn Primary remained vigilant during this time and ensured that every precaution was taken in order to ensure the health and wellbeing of the staff, children and families in our care.
As we reopen our school this September (2021) there are a number of measures still in place to keep the children, parents, staff and wider community as safe as possible.
What safety measures are in place to protect my child?
We will continue to ensure that:
- Our Risk Assessment is updated regularly and shared with all staff
- Children and staff avoid contact with anyone with symptoms
- We promote frequent hand washing and good hygiene e.g. blowing nose into a tissue and disposing of it into a separate bin with a lid
- Regular cleaning of rooms and equipment and a touch point and toilet clean in the middle of the day
Update December 2021:
A copy of our latest risk assessment can be found below:
Risk Assessment and Plans for 2020 – 2021 can be found here:
- Fishburn COVID19 Risk Assessment Updated April 2021
- September Risk Assessment 2020
- September 2020 Reopening letter
- Reopening June 2020 Risk Assessment
Returning To School
Please find attached a story that you could share with your children to discuss with them what coming back to school in a bubble group might be like: Coming back to school in a bubble story
As you will already know, a virus called Coronavirus has meant that we have all had to stay home to stay safe. You can view some useful information on how to be safe. Pupils- what you need to know