Message from Mr Applegate
I rarely start by saying one of the most important things to do over the Christmas break is to contact the school! However, please make sure you read the Track and Trace message below, and use the form as needed. Ultimately it’s about keeping everyone safe. Please continue to check your emails. We may need to be in touch to say that we’ve had a positive case and therefore there will be a legal requirement to self-isolate. Fingers crossed!
It’s been a term like no other, but we have made it to the Christmas break. In our worship this morning, we talked about the peace of the Christmas message. Christmas will feel different for everyone. There is the sadness of those we’ve lost and those who are unwell; the difficulties of families not being together; and the uncertainty for the new year. However, there is also much to celebrate and be thankful for. Whatever is on your plate at the moment, I do hope you experience a real peace and rest this Christmas.
Best wishes, Mr Applegate
Track and trace during Christmas break
In some instances, positive tests at the beginning of the Christmas holiday could have an impact on school bubbles and require people to isolate. We need to know immediately if your child tests positive during the Christmas holiday. Please complete the form below if:
– Your child has Covid symptoms on Friday 18th, Saturday 19th and/or Sunday 20th December and then subsequently receives a positive test, or
– Your child receives a positive test before Thursday 24th December without any symptoms, or
– Your child or a member of your child’s household/Christmas bubble tests positive during the second week of the Christmas period.
If any of these apply to you, it’s important you complete this form asap as we may need to contact other children from their bubble.
Covid Notification Form