Coronavirus: DfE Advice for Schools, Parents & Carers

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September 2021 COVID Outbreak Management Plan 

June 2021 LTE Contingency Plan – Covid 19 Outbreak Management Plan


Support for Parents BCP Letter to Parents/Carers

Top Ten Tips To Help Your Child

We're Here to Help

Covid 19 School Risk Assessment January 2021

North Parent Telephone Support Line

23rd September 2020 - NHS Test and Trace - letter to parents and guardians

Covid-19 Pupil Absence Guide

School Reopening To All Children

03.06.20 - FAQ's for Parents/Carers

01.06.20 - Child Well-Being Questionnaire

27.5.20 - School reopening

20.5.20 - Phased reopening letter

20.5.20 School reopening phased return


20.5.20 - Letter from Birmingham City Council regarding school reopening

Letter from BCC Leader of the Council - Reopening of Schools


13.5.20 - Updated information and urgent response

Further information on school reopening for Nursery and Reception children letter

13.5.20 School reopening.pdf

Urgent response Reception and Nursery children questionnaire

Urgent response Key worker questionnaire


11.5.20 Response to PM statement

In response to yesterday's Prime Minister announcement, please read our joint letter with Town Junior to keep you informed and updated on current government guidance. 

HH letter response to PM statement.pdf


Opening schools for more Pupils from 1st June. Guidance for Parents and Carers. 
Please find the link for the newly released government guidance for Parent and Carers.


Our Plan to Rebuild Government Guidance

On 11th May, The Government released the latest guidance "Our plan to rebuild". Click the link to read


Government Guidance page link

We continue to provide you with the most current and up to date guidance from the DfE so that we can work together as a community to keep each other safe. 

This link will take you to the most current advice.


We thank you for supporting us to ensure children and vulnerable groups are safe and We are able to prevent the spread of the virus.



PLEASE CONTINUE TO INFORM THE OFFICE WITH AN HONEST EVALUATION OF YOUR CHILD’S SYMPTOMS OR REASON FOR ABSENCE. This is so we can continue to safeguard both children and staff in school.



Department for Education Coronavirus helpline

The Department for Education has launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents, carers and young people can contact the helpline as follows:

Phone: 0800 046 8687
Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)

Please see the links below for the latest guidance relating to Coronavirus COVID-19 from both the UK Government and the NHS.