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It is a lovely school with a welcoming feel and a positive atmosphere. Much more visible leadership team. A feeling of pride in the school. As parents we feel really proud that our son comes to such a great school, which we knew was fabulous whether OFSTED told us or not! The trips that Mrs Glover & Mrs Sear have been putting together are a fantastic idea and hope they continue. I am extremely happy with Daniel's progress since starting at the Pre-School. He seems to have made a lovely group of friends and enjoys coming in every day. I can't wait to see him progress further. Senior & middle leaders know the strengths of their staff & deploy them accordingly. More tailored support for different groups of learners has been a really big & positive change. Thank you! The Headteacher has a clear vision for the school & her ambition for it to continue to make improvements is shared by her senior team & staff.

Measures in place up until July 2020

Social distancing in educational settings-updated advice

 

 

To help ensure that the risk of virus spread for both staff and children is as low as possible, Cliftonville Primary and Pre-School will:

 

• tell children, parents, carers or any visitors, such as suppliers, not to enter the education or childcare setting if they are displaying any symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19)

make sure anyone who is feeling ill stays at home

 

• ensure class sizes reflect the numbers of teaching staff available and are kept as small as possible

 

• stagger lunch times, break times, and the movement of pupils around the school, to reduce large groups of children gathering

 

• discourage parents from gathering at school gates by opening the school gates and have parents walk on to the playground in order to drop off their child/ children

 

• try to follow the social distancing guidelines;

Social distancing within education and childcare settings with very young children is difficult to maintain. Staff should implement the above measures as far as they are able, whilst ensuring children are kept safe and well cared for within their settings.

 

• ensure all staff and children:

  •        wash their hands with soap and water for 20 seconds frequently  and including before entering and leaving the classroom/ teaching area
  •       are encouraged not to touch their faces
  •       use a tissue or elbow to cough or sneeze and use bins for tissue waste
  •        ensure help is available for children and young people who have trouble washing their hands

 

• engage parents and children in education resources such as e-bug and PHE schools resources. These resources are available on the school website.

 

• increase cleaning of surfaces in classrooms, including desks and handles, and within toilet blocks and changing rooms, adhering to guidance on cleaning of non-healthcare settings

 

• for children and young people with an EHC plan,  we are working with the local authority as well as with parents to decide how best to continue supporting these children and young people to stay healthy

 

What parents can do:

• talk to their children about coronavirus (COVID-19), social distancing and handwashing

• follow guidance for households with possible coronavirus infection

• do not gather at entrances or in playgrounds, and model social distancing so that their children learn good practice

Separate guidance is being produced for settings supporting children and young people with complex needs.

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