COVID-19 Updates & faqs
In on-going response to the CO-VID 19 pandemic, Wyvil Primary School has now fully reopened. Please see below for further information regarding the current status of the school and please continue to check back here for regular updates.
Current Risk Assessment
CLICK HERE to view the school's current Risk Assessment
*Subject to change based on Government guidance
DFE & Government Guidance
Since the government advised partial closure of schools on 18th March 2020, through to partial re-opening in June and full re-opening in September, we have continued to follow all advice issued as the government, as well as guidance issued by the Department for Education.
All such guidance can be found below:
- General government guidance for schools and other educational settings - Guidance to educational settings about COVID-19
In September 2020, we welcomed the school community back fully and have worked hard to do that while ensuring that we:
- fulfil the expectations required of us in line with DfE, PHE and government guidance.
- ensure that the safety of everyone is paramount in all our decisions.
- continue to provide a high quality, well balanced curriculum to best support our pupils in their education.
Please note that from September 2021, attendance is mandatory for all pupils.
Overarching guidance for educational settings
- UPDATE: Preparing for the wider opening of schools from 1 June (Updated 15th June 2020)
COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control
Supporting vulnerable children and young people
Copies of letters home regarding the CO-VID 19 pandemic can be found below:
2019 - 2020
2020 - 2021
CLICK HERE for single case letter 19th October 2020
CLICK HERE for close contact letter 19th October 2020
CLICK HERE for close contact letter 9th November 2020
CLICK HERE for Single Case Letter 9th November 2020
CLICK HERE for close contact letter 27th November 2020
CLICK HERE for close contact letter 30th November 2020
CLICK HERE for Close Contact letter 13th December 2020
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the scientific evidence that suggests that schools are safe to open?
CLICK HERE to read the scientific guidance that the government used to inform their decision-making (15 May 2020).
A further list of frequently asked questions can be accessed here:
The Wyvil Hub remained open for eligible children throughout the period of national lockdown for children who could not be cared for at home and who fulfilled any of the following criteria:
-from vulnerable families -whose parents were Covid-19 critical workers -with an Education, Health and Care Plan