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COVID-19

This is a place to find news and updates about COVID-19 and implications for our schools.

What to do if your child develops COVID-19 symptoms

  • High temperature
  • New continuous cough
  • Loss of or changes to the sense of taste or smell
  1. They must stay at home and self-isolate
     
  2. Organise a COVID-19 test by calling 119 or order online at https://www.gov.uk/get-coronavirus-test 
     
  3. Contact your child’s school to let them know that your child has symptoms – either telephone the school office by telephone in school hours or out of hours email the following address:
    Blaby Stokes: covidquestions@bsp.learnat.uk
    Church Langton: covidquestions@clp.learnat.uk
    Great Bowden: covidquestions@gba.learnat.uk
    Husbands Bosworth: covidquestions@hbs.learnat.uk
    Lubenham: covidquestions@las.learnat.uk
    Market Harborough: covidquestions@mha.learnat.uk
    Meadowdale: covidquestions@mdw.learnat.uk
    Red Hill Field: covidquestions@rhf.learnat.uk
    Ridgeway: covidquestions@rpa.learnat.uk
    St Andrew's: covidquestions@sta.learnat.uk
    South Kilworth: covidquestions@ski.learnat.uk
     
  4. POSITIVE TEST RESULT – 
    1. Contact the school immediately either telephone the school office in school hours or out of hours email the above address for your school.
       
    2. Follow the guidance for households with a positive COVID result - https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-stay-at-home-guidance/stay-at-home-guidance-for-households-with-possible-coronavirus-covid-19-infection
       
    3. To protect the confidentiality of the adult or child we will not share any information about their class, year group or any other identifiable information with the wider community. We will also not share information on our school websites or social media pages. Everyone who needs to be informed will be informed.
       
  1. NEGATIVE TEST RESULT – 
    Your child can return to school if they feel well enough to do so.

 

Government Information

 

Well-being Resources

 

Local Information and Support

 

E-Safety

 

Home Learning

  • Starline, a national home learning parent helpline that has been set up in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Led by a partnership of education and parenting organisations, the helpline provides parents and carers the opportunity to ask questions about home learning which will be answered by qualified teachers with substantial experience and expertise. It is open six days a week and can help with questions about strategies for home learning, curriculum topics, managing behaviour and wellbeing at home, and support for children with special educational needs. The number is 0330 313 9162 (charged at the same rate as a standard landline call).
  • BBC advice for home schooling and Bitesize

  • Establishing a good routine