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Kings Hill School Primary & Nursery

Inspired to believe, Inspired to achieve

COVID 19

Kings Hill School follows all protective measures as set out by the Department of Education and Public Health. The risk assessment is updated regularly and adheres to national guidance. 

 

RISK ASSESSMENTS

Please see a copy of our full risk assessment. 

Covid Risk Assessment Updated January 2022

Letter to parents - updated Covid guidance on isolation (February 2022) 

Covid Risk Assessment Updated February 2022

Reducing the Spread of respiratory infections including Covid-19 in the Workplace April 2022

COVID-19 CONTINGENCY PLAN

From September 2021 all schools are required to have a contingency plan in the case of an outbreak of Covid-19 cases. Please see the link below. 

Kings Hill School Covid Contingency Outbreak Plan February 2022

Please see the most up to date guidance above dated April 2022. 

RECOVERY CURRICULUM 2020/21
Actions to support children and staff during the pandemic

Recovery Curriculum Overview PDF

Covid -19 Return to School after National Lockdown March 2021

All children returned to school on 8th March 2021. Please click here to see the letter sent to parents which detailed our plans to return to school. Please click here to see our plans to return fully to the Nursery from 8th March.

Covid-19 Premium Action Plan

The school will receive £21,094 as a result of the Covid-19 premium. The school will be following the recommendations from the EEF. 

The EEF advises the following:

 Teaching

  • High quality teaching for all
  • Effective diagnostic feedback and opportunity for knowledge retention
  • Focusing on professional development

 Targeted academic support

  • High quality one to one and small group tuition
  • Teaching assistants and targeted support
  • Planning for pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

 Wider strategies 

  • Supporting pupil’s social, emotional and behavioural needs
  • Supporting parents and carers
  • Access to technology  

The government has also recently announced a further £6000 that will be given to Primary Schools. This money will be spent on an after school tuition programme in Term 5 for those that have fallen behind. 

Covid 19 Premium Action Plan 

Covid- 19 Catch up Strategy (EEF Template)

 

 Covid-19 Guidance for Parents

 

Guidance from April 2022 

 

Reducing the spread of respiratory infections, including COVID-19, in the workplace - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

 

People with symptoms of a respiratory infection including COVID-19 - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

 

 

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