If your child or anyone in your household has symptoms, they must book a test.
Do not send your child into school while you wait for the results.
If the result is negative , they may return to school.
If your child tests positive they must stay off school for 10 days.
If someone in your household tests positive, your child and everyone in the household must isolate for 10 days.
If anyone else develops symptoms while isolating, they must go for a test.
Following government guidance
This outlines what you are able to do from 17th May as restrictions are eased. Please note: Social distancing is still encouraged and only 2 households can mix.
This outlines what you are able to do from 8th March as restrictions are eased. Please note: Households are still not to mix.
It is required by law to self-isolate if you test positive for Covid-19 or if we are identified as a contact of someone who has tested positive by the NHS Test & Trace scheme.
What will happen if you don’t self-isolate? If you do not self-isolate, there is a fine of £1,000 for breaching self-isolation rules, but this could increase to up to £10,000 for repeat offences and serious breaches, including if you prevent others from self-isolating.
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