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The posts below have been uploaded ready to send to parents if we have a case of, or a suspected case of Covid-19. At the time of posting these blogs, we have not had any cases, or any suspected cases.

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  • Confirmed coronavirus at KPNS that affects your child’s bubble (6th and 7th July 2020)

    Published 11/07/20, by Peter Cresswell

    Confirmed coronavirus at KPNS that affects your child’s bubble (6th and 7th July 2020)

    A member of staff who had some contact with your child’s Y6 bubble on Monday 6th and Tuesday 7th July has a confirmed case of Covid-19.

    Although the staff member had no symptoms on Monday and Tuesday, all children in the Y6 bubble should now self-isolate for 14 days and book a test ASAP.

    See our parent FAQs below which contain important information you may find useful, including relevant links to NHS guidance. However, we do appreciate that this communication may cause you some considerable worry – do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

    Other members of your household do not need to self-isolate unless your child  develops symptoms – our FAQs link to further information about self-isolation.

    We have consulted Public Health England this evening and are following all necessary guidance. School will be open as normal to other pupils on Monday.

    Please appreciate that we are not able to share the identity of the person with confirmed coronavirus.

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  • Blog for children in Y2, Y3, Y4 and Y5

    Published 18/06/20, by Peter Cresswell

    Schools are now  planning for the potential return of pupils in Y2,3,4 and 5 before the Summer holidays. As you can imagine, this is a complicated process and to enable us to do this, we need to know the number of children we are expecting.

    We are asking all parents to assist us in our planning by completing the survey below confirming if you would like a place for your child in school before September if we have the capacity in school.

    If you have a child in EYFS, Y1 or Y6 currently attending in one of these year groups, we will expect them as normal next week so no further action required.  

    If you select ‘No’ now, we may not be able to offer a place if you change your mind and want your child to come back later in the term. This is due to staffing and social distancing constraints.  

    Please complete this survey no later than 12 noon on Friday 19th of June.  

    CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE THE SHORT SURVEY

    This does not affect our key worker provision.

    We will be in touch IF we can offer your child some time in school before the Summer.

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  • Y1 and Y6 - Back to School?

    Published 18/06/20, by Peter Cresswell

    It has been wonderful to see so many of our children in EYFS, Y1 and Y6 return to school over the past couple of weeks, they have come in smiling and ready to get back to learning.  

    We are contacting you because you have not yet chosen to send your child back to school. 

    Schools are now able to plan for the return of other year groups before the Summer holidays. As you can imagine, this is a complicated process and to enable us to do this, we need to know the number of children we will be catering for.  

    We are asking all parents to assist us in our planning by completing the survey below confirming if you would like a place for your child in school before September.  

    If you select ‘No’ now, we may not be able to offer a place if you change your mind and want your child to come back later in the term. This is due to staffing and social distancing constraints.  

    Please complete this survey no later than 12 noon on Friday 19th of June. 

    CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE THE VERY SHORT SURVEY 

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  • Important Message 2

    Published 10/06/20, by Peter Cresswell

    The parent of a child at KPNS has called us today to say their child may have had a slight temperature this morning. Although the parent isn't sure about the temperature, and does not have a thermometer to check this, we have advised that they both self-isolate and a test has been requested. 

    A member of staff that worked in the child's bubble has worked in your child's bubble today. This member of staff is feeling perfectly well today.

    Government advice states that other children and staff in the bubble can continue to come to school unless a positive test is confirmed. When, and if, we hear the outcome of a test, we will inform you straight away and advise accordingly.

    Please be reassured that classrooms and any equipment used by children and staff is cleaned at regular intervals during the day and a full clean is carried out at the end of the day. 

    See our parent FAQs below which contain important information you may find useful. However, we do appreciate that this communication may cause you some worry – do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or if you would like to discuss your child’s attendance at school over the coming days.

    Please appreciate that we are not able to share the identity of the person displaying symptoms

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  • Important Message

    Published 10/06/20, by Peter Cresswell

    The parent of a child at KPNS has called us today to say their child may have had a slight temperature this morning. Although the parent isn't sure about the temperature, and does not have a thermometer to check this, we have advised that they both self-isolate and a test has been requested. The child in question did spend time in your child's bubble this week.

    Government advice states that other children and staff in the bubble can continue to come to school unless a positive test is confirmed. When, and if, we hear the outcome of a test, we will inform you straight away and advise accordingly.

    Please be reassured that classrooms and any equipment used by children and staff is cleaned at regular intervals during the day and a full clean is carried out at the end of the day. 

    See our parent FAQs below which contain important information you may find useful. However, we do appreciate that this communication may cause you some worry – do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or if you would like to discuss your child’s attendance at school over the coming days.

    Please appreciate that we are not able to share the identity of the person displaying symptoms

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