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Coronavirus

Below you will find some useful information and links which will help you  to make informed decisions about your child's attendance in school.

This is a learning curve for all of us and we are ensuring that we are following current government guidelines regarding children who are symptomatic. We know it is a difficult time and we are asking that if your child is unwell you keep them at home to prevent the spread of different infections.

At all times we ask that vigilance and caution are applied to keep everyone safe during this time.

 Any specific questions can be sent to our dedicated email address which is raynsfordcv19@raynsfordacademy.co.uk 

New National Guidance from 5th January 2021

Online Learning 

Screen Time Tips for 5-7 year olds

Screen Time Tips for 7-11 year olds

Remote Learning Policy

Please click on the link below for guidance on out of school settings

Guidance for parents and carers of children attending out-of-school settings during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak (issued 31.12.20)

What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

 

Bedfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group has produced this guidance for parents in respect of shielding and attendance at school related to COVID-19.

Understanding the new guidance on shielding and attendance at school

Letter to Parents 23.2.21

 

 

Check if you or your child has covid-19 symptoms

DfE Guidance Covid-19 Guidance

Covid-19 testing eligibility and how to get a test

Am I a Keyworker flow chart?

 

COVID-19 vaccinations

National lockdown

COVID-19 vaccinations

The vaccination programme is being rapidly rolled out by our wonderful NHS. This is a huge logistical endeavour and partners have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to plan and prepare for vaccinating thousands of residents as soon as the supplies of the vaccine become available.

 

Wait to be invited for your vaccination

The vaccination at this stage is only for those invited. Residents should not contact their GP practice, hospital or other sites to request the vaccine. Residents will be contacted when it’s the right time to come forward.

The government has set out the order in which groups of people will be prioritised for vaccinations.

The top four priority groups are the current priority. If you do not fit into one of these groups, you will not be invited for a vaccination yet. Further detail about the priority groups is available on the Government website