Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday 4th January 2021, we need to inform you that Nailsworth School has moved to online learning, as of Tuesday 5th January.
School are only open for the children of vulnerable families (i.e. have an EHCP or a social worker) and those with parents/carers who are key workers*. Drop off times as normal (i.e. as used last term) for children qualifying for a place as a vulnerable child or child of a key worker. Please read this letter for clarity:
As soon as we can give you further information, we will update you.
If you have previously requested a paper pack, we will inform you as soon as these are prepared.
On this page, you will find all the 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:
|This document is for parents and carers to provide information about the remote learning we are providing.|
|Letter from Nailsworth CE Primary School to parents/carers who are Key Workers (Critical Workers). The letter details the government’s current definition.|
|The local authority has asked that schools remain responsible for contract tracing for 6 days (up to and including Christmas Eve) to identify close contacts in the event of a positive school Covid-19 case. All parents/carers should read this and please contact us if necessary.|
|Find out what advice and supply you can get to help you and your family cope during this time.|
|Gloucester County Council scheme to provide meals during half term and Christmas holidays for families entitled to Free School Meals. Click the link for details. Parents and carers need to apply directly to Gloucester County Council.|
|If you are struggling financially because of COVID-19, you can find information on this page about emergency funding that may be available|
|Letter regarding Track and Trace that should be read by all parents and carers.|
|Handy reference guide for various different scenarios relating to COVID-19|
|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.|
|Our school policy for remote learning should be read in conjunction with the Remote Learning Guide to understand the school policy and procedures.|
|What parents & carers need to know about going back to school in the Autumn term during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak|
|Government Guidance (3 June 2020, continually updated). Information, support & guidance that the government is providing for parents and carers.|
|Our school risk assessment for September 2020, based on Gloucester County Council guidance|
|In order to keep ‘bubbles’ separate and to maximise social distance, the start and end times are staggered for each year group with different entrance and exit points|
|Additional information about curriculum content and delivery that comes into effect from Sept 2020|
|Measures our school have will put in place for visitors from Sept 2020|
|Information added to the school Behaviour Policy in response to COVID-19 measures|
|Information added to the school SEND Policy in response to COVID-19 measures|
|Information added to the NQT Policy in response to COVID-19 measures|
|Government guidance – when should you stay at home?|
|Government Guidance – how to travela & use public transport safely|
|A message from Ms Geller about plans put in place for re-opening in the Autumn term (2020)|