Public Health England advice:
Coronavirus symptoms Guide
Please follow this link to download the symptoms guide recommended by Cambridgeshire Local Authority.
Covid 19 Safety Measures
Please follow the links below for Covid-19 Safety Measures Parent/Carer Expectations and also the Pupil Expectations posters that have been revised due to new guidelines and displayed at school.
Coronavirus Update: Test and Trace Procedure - July 2020
To see a larger view, click on the image.
Wider Opening of School DEMAT Risk Assessment - Updated 3 November 2020
Visit our Home Learning Whole School page for additional resources on supporting your children getting 'back to school ready'.
COVID-19 Behaviour Policy Appendix - June 2020
For DEMAT to open schools in accordance with government guidance amendments have been made to our Behaviour Policy. Keeping children and staff safe is our utmost priority, and the emphasis of the COVID-19 Behaviour Policy Appendix. To read the policy please see the link below:
Wider school opening guidance- September 2020
All children who attend Swaffham Prior CE Primary School have been provided with a Home Learning Pack containing an exercise book, a list of tasks, reading books, English and Maths workbooks. All members of staff, parents and pupils are also part of our online learning community, Class Dojo where children can add to their portfolios and staff can set tasks; share videos, links and lattachments safely and message groups or individual parents.
Please see our Home Learning page for additional home learning class resources.
The health and well-being of every member of our community remains paramount in this time of uncertainty.
Please refer to the guidance on staying safe online at https://www.nspcc.org.uk/what-we-do/about-us/partners/nspcc-o2-online-safety-partnership/. There are also additional guides to staying safe online on our E-safety Information page.
Mental Health and Emotional Well-being
There are multiple websites and helplines which parents and pupils can access which are attched below.
- UK Safer Internet Centre guidance for what to do when all is not well online
- Let’s talk about life online (UK Safer Internet Centre) pamphlet
- Public Health England Guidance for Parents & Carers on supporting children and young people with mental health
In these challenging times for all, those at risk or living with domestic abuse are particularly vulnerable. There is also attached the COVID-19 National Domestic Abuse Guidance or you can follow these links: