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COVID-19 Information

What to expect from remote learning at Abbey CofE Infant School



It has been great to welcome all children back to school this September. A thorough risk assessment has been carried out (please see below) and we have put in place a range of measures to reduce the transmission of Coronavirus. The measures include:


1.Minimising contact with individuals who are unwell by ensuring that those who have coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms, or who have someone in their household who does, do not attend school.
2.Cleaning hands thoroughly more often than usual
3.Ensuring good respiratory hygiene by promoting the catch it, bin it, kill it approach.
4.Introducing enhanced cleaning, including cleaning frequently touched surfaces often, using standard products such as detergents and bleach
5.Minimising contact between individuals and maintain social distancing wherever possible
6.Where necessary, wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE)


Number 1 to 4 must be in place in all schools, all the time.

Number 5 must be properly considered and schools must put in place measures that suit their particular circumstances.

Number 6 applies in specific circumstances. 



7. Engage with the NHS Test and Trace process

8. Manage confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID 19) amongst the school community

9. Contain any outbreak by following local health protection team advice


Numbers 7 to 9 must be followed in every case where they are relevant.

Risk Assessment - Full re-opening in September 2020

Returning to school

Find out more about returning to school in Warwickshire

Advice for Keyworkers

How to Support your Child's Well-being


RISE Primary Mental Health support


Parent and carers can book a one off consultation with a specialist primary mental health clinician where advice and strategies can be given.  This will be via telephone contact for the time being. This can be accessed by emailing or calling the following number 07917504682 to book. 


Keeping Emotionally Well During Difficult Times

CW RISE Supportline


For urgent support for mental health for children and young people, please call the 24/7 CW RISE supportline: Children's Crisis Team at Whitestone on 02476641799 between 8am and 8pm.

Warwickshire Local Welfare Scheme


The Warwickshire local welfare scheme helps our most vulnerable residents at times of unavoidable crisis when they have no other means of help.

Supporting Children and Young People Through Bereavement During COVID-19 Pandemic

Coronavirus: A Book for Children


A child friendly book explaining what Coronavirus is and why there have been so many changes in our lives.

Domestic Violence Support