Covid 19 Risk Assessment
What will the school day / lessons look like?
- Staff will choose which lessons/activities will be delivered and plan outdoor lessons, where possible.
- Toys and equipment should not be used by other groups and should be cleaned between groups.
- Unnecessary items in classrooms should be removed and stored elsewhere in the school.
- Limit children/staff taking things home and then back to school. (Reading books etc)
- Don’t share stationery or resources. Shared areas and surfaces need cleaning daily, and disinfected frequently
How will children be dropped off and collected?
- Stagger drop-off and collection times – children to arrive/ be collected at different times.
- Drop-off and collection times – protocols for adult to adult contact needs to be minimal. A plan needs to be in place for meeting/collection points and timings for each group.
- Reduce any unnecessary usage of buses/coaches/taxis for children arriving to school.
- Encourage children to cycle or walk to school.
Health and Safety Precautions
- Updated risk assessments need to be done by the school prior to opening.
- Hand sanitiser in all classrooms.
- Bins emptied throughout the day.
Potential Risk of Infection
- If anyone has a cough/temperature/feels unwell at school, they must be sent home. They will need to self-isolate for 14 days, or until tested negative.
Catch Up Premium Funding
The government has allocated all schools a grant to enable them to support children to catch up on learning missed due to Covid 19 restrictions. This Catch-Up Premium Funding equates to £80 per pupil and school leaders can decide how best to use it.