School Re-opening Summer 2020
Monday 1st June 2020 is a school training day. We intend school to re-open for Y6 children on Tuesday 2nd June.
It is our intention to partially re-open school on Tuesday 2nd June if Elevate and the Government feel it is safe to do so. The Government will be making their decision on Thursday 28th May. If given the go-ahead Elevate schools will re-open for Y6 on 2nd June, Reception on 8th June and Y1 on 15th June. I will continue to update this page for with the latest information and will be in contact with you by email over the coming weeks.
Information sent out by School
Please click on the pictures to download the information.
|Letter from Elevate for years R, Y1, Y6||Letter from Elevate for Y2-5||Frequently Asked Questions||Free School Meals||Newsletter - 23.5.20|
Keeping children at a social distance from each other at at all times is difficult within a school setting, especially for younger children. To minimise the risk of passing the virus between children the Government want us to create small groups of no more than 15 children, We are creating 7 bubbles, one for each classroom. Your child will be assigned to a bubble and will stay with the same children and adults throughout the week. This will stay in place until the Government say it is safe to return to normal classes. As our logo contains a rainbow and is a symbol of our present circumstances our bubbles will be rainbow colours. I will tell you which bubble your child has been assigned to later in the week.
Key Worker Childcare provision
Those children not in a class that is returning to school, but are receiving childcare in school, need to be booked in each week using the weekly booking forms. These children will mainly be placed in the Blue Bubble with Mrs Fowler and Mr Crocker. However, some children may be placed in one of the other bubbles if needed. Those in childcare will be mainly following the work that has been placed online by their teacher.
Sandhutton School Bus
Due to new measures needing to be applied to school transport, the Local Authority are asking that parents wanting their children to use the Sandhutton Bus service book in with them each week. All details of how t do this can be found at https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/schools-and-childrens-services-during-coronavirus-covid-19#transport
What will the school do if a child appears unwell?
If a child appears unwell or we have a reported case of Covid in one of our staff or children we will follow the following Elevate guidance.
|If a child appears unwell||
If school has a reported case of Covid
|Please click here for Elevate Guidance||Please click here for Elevate Guidance|
Please help keep everyone safe in school by keeping them at home when they are ill. If you feel that you or someone in your household has Covid symptoms you are now able to apply online and get them tested.
Here are some photos of what the school will look like.
|Mr Armstrong' Classroom||Mrs Amesbury's Classroom||Where I line up when I come to school.|