If your child is presenting with symptoms of Covid19 which includes having a raised temperature or feeling hot to touch, loss of smell/taste or a persistent cough - your child must stay home and isolate and follow Government advice regarding PCR Testing. If you have been contacted by Track and Trace or have come into close contact with a confirmed positive case of the Omicron variant, please follow Government guidance, isolate and notify the school via phone, email or text.
Blenheim Primary School - Covid Risk Assessment and Contingency Plan - updated 24.02.2022
Operational Risk Assessment - Spring Term 2022 - Blenheim Primary School
* Following Government guidance on the 29th November, guidance for schools has been updated by the Department for Education. This means that staff, visitors and parents must wear a face covering in communal areas whilst visiting our school site.
29.11.21 - Blenheim Covid Risk Assessment and Contingency Plans
Operational Risk Assessment - Autumn Term 2021 - Blenheim Primary School
May 17th 2021 - Whole School Covid Risk Assessment
March 8th 2021 - Whole-School Reopening Risk Assessment (updated 22-03-2021)
March 8th 2021 - School Reopening Handbook for Parents, Pupils and Staff
January 2021 - Whole-School Risk Assessment - Partial Closures
September 2020 - Whole School Reopening Procedures, Letter from the Head
September 2020 - Covid19 Blenheim Primary Home & School Agreement
September 2020 - E21C Model for Reopening Primaries
September 2020 - Government Information - What Parents Need to Know
September 2020 - Government Information - Children Returning to School Health Information