COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

With the risk of Covid-19 still ever present, this page provides quick access to the documents and information that is available and relevant to you, as parents and carers. The page will be regularly updated as new information is released. Please check back here regularly for updates. If you have any questions that remain unanswered with the information below, please don’t hesitate to contact the school.

In the meantime, thank you once again for the understanding and for your support you have given to your children and to us, here at school.

Please find below the current important information that you need to know about the school’s response to COVID-19, following Government guidelines. Click on each item to view:

GOV.UK Stay at home guidance Jan 2022

GOV.UK guidance for households with possible or confirmed coronavirus (COVID-19) infection ( Jan 2022

Risk Assessment for Educational Settings updated 10.01.22

Nailsworth Primary School – Risk Assessment for Jan 2022

New LFT update 14th Oct 2021

Update: Important advice on conflicting results of Lateral Flow and PCR tests

Schools’ letter – 3 September 2021

Gloucestershire County Council – Return to School Letter to parents and carers

COVID-19 Outbreak Management Plan

Nailsworth Primary School’s management plan for any instances of COVID-19 outbreak within school.

COVID-19_Recovery and Catch-up_Strategy

This document provides an overview of our Covid Recovery and Catch-up Strategy for children at Nailsworth C of E Primary School. We have responded to the challenges of the Covid crisis by using our school vision and our unique knowledge of the children and families that make up our school to deliver a curriculum that is bespoke, personalised and ambitious.

External Childcare May 2021

Latest Government Advice: May 2021 for Parents using external childcare providers or out of school extra-curricular activities for their children

Letter 23/03/21 – Test and Trace Payments

Government: Department for Health and Social Guidance

Stroud District Council - Application link

If you are required, by law, to self-isolate or if you need to care for a child who needs to self-isolate, you may be entitled to a lump sum payment of £500 to cover your period of isolation.

Please read the full details in the letter and refer to the information via the Government guidance link, to see if you are eligible.


Click the image to go straight to Stroud District Council’s portal to make a claim.

Lateral Flow Tests

How to get a lateral flow test as a household or support bubble of primary or secondary age school children and staff

As part of our safety measures, staff and regular visitors in school will continue to use lateral flow test (LFT) tests (throat and nasal swabs) to test twice a week. As part of the government’s roadmap to lift restrictions, they are now extending the offer to the following people in England as schools and colleges reopen:

  • households, childcare and support bubbles of primary and secondary-age pupils and college students
  • households, childcare and support bubbles of staff of primary and secondary schools and colleges

Primary school pupils will not be asked to test at this time.

The lateral flow tests are for the identification of asymptomatic cases of covid-19.

Advice and Support

Find out what advice and supply you can get to help you and your family cope during this time.

COVID-19 Children’s Fund

If you are struggling financially because of COVID-19, you can find information on this page about emergency funding that may be available

COVID-19 – Quick reference guide

Handy reference guide for various different scenarios relating to COVID-19

Remote Learning Guide – Oct 2020

If your child has to self-isolate because of coronavirus or if there is a local lockdown and the school is advised to partially close or your child needs to shield, this Remote Learning Guide will help parents and carers understand the requirements for remote learning and the support the school will be providing for you and your child.

Remote Learning Policy – Oct 2020

Our school policy for remote learning should be read in conjunction with the Remote Learning Guide to understand the school policy and procedures.

School Curriculum COVID-19 addendum

Additional information about curriculum content and delivery that comes into effect from Sept 2020

Behaviour Policy COVID 19 Addendum 2020

Information added to the school Behaviour Policy in response to COVID-19 measures

SEND Policy COVID 19 Addendum

Information added to the school SEND Policy in response to COVID-19 measures

NQT Policy COVID-19 Addendum

Information added to the NQT Policy in response to COVID-19 measures