COVID News – Collapsed bubble

We’re sorry to say that due to a positive test result children and staff in Reception and 6A bubbles should self-isolate until Wednesday 4th November.

The following letter has been sent to parents/carers of pupils in RS, RW, RWC and 6A:

Dear Parents/Carers of RS, RW, RWC and 6A

I am writing to advise you that a member of our school community has tested positive for COVID-19.

We have followed the national guidance and have identified that your child has been in close contact with the affected person.  In line with the national guidance your child must now stay at home and self-isolate until Wednesday 4th November 2020, even if they do not have symptoms.  Your class teacher will be in contact after Half Term to share with you the learning for your child to undertake whilst they are away from school.

We are asking you to do this to reduce the further spread of COVID 19 to others in the community.   If your child is well at the end of the period of self-isolation, then they can return to usual activities.

Other members of your household do not need to self-isolate unless your child starts to show symptoms of COVID-19.  The symptoms are:

  • a high temperature – this means they feel hot to touch on their chest or back; and/or
  • a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours; and/or
  • a loss of, or change in, your child’s normal sense of taste of smell (anosmia).

Please be vigilant for these symptoms and if your child starts to display any of them, it would then be necessary for all other members of your household (including anyone in your support bubble) to self-isolate for 14 days.

If your child shows any of these symptoms they should not attend school for at least 10 days after the onset of symptoms, and everyone else in your household should self-isolate for 14 days.  Your child should also be tested for COVID-19, ideally within the first five days of having symptoms.  Please see the NHS.UK website for more information on testing:

If you are concerned about your child’s health, please refer to the NHS 111 website or telephone NHS 111 or your GP.

Please see the link to the PHE ‘Stay at Home’ Guidance:

The safety and welfare of all our staff and children remains our top priority.  We continue to undertake thorough cleaning of the whole school and a deep clean will be carried out in the appropriate areas of school following this positive case.

If you would like to speak to someone, or have any further questions, please email the School Office –

With kind regards

Helen Stott


Assembly – Reception

Today’s assembly started with a wonderful slide show of what our children have been up to recently, there were lots of photos of the children learning and enjoying themselves both inside and outside the classroom. As the children filed in quietly loads of parents came to join us, it was great to see them all!

The class have been reading Goldilocks and the three bears and so they sang a song based on the story and acted it out. Our blue eyed Goldilocks, Sophie, was brilliant and the singing was superb, we could hear every single word! Baby bear’s voice was particularly brilliant.

One group of children came in dressed in hi-viz jackets and hard hats. Accompanied by some slides they told us about the new building and how they had also done some measuring and building. The new cloakroom is now open. At the opening last Friday the pupils raised £91 for the new chickens.

We then had a song about putting hats and coats on before going out to play while some of the class got dressed ready for play. Again, their singing was brilliant!

Super heroesLast week we also had a superhero day when the class all dressed up as superheroes. On that day they made some superhero biscuits, the perfect excuse to sing the biscuit song, gobble, gobble, munch, munch!

The alphabet song demonstrated that our children can not only sing well but now know their alphabet.

After the final prayer the children received a huge round of applause for their brilliant assembly with a special clap for baby bear.