Updated Risk Assessment for full School Opening, September 2020
Return to School September 2020 - Letter for parents
Above you will find a letter from Mrs Huotari regarding the children returning to school on Wednesday 2nd September. Other key details will be sent to you via app message. Please read both documents carefully.
Photos to support children returning to school this July.
We wanted to share with you some photos of what Stella Maris currently looks like internally and externally.
We have successfully welcomed back children in YR, Y1 and Y6 as well as other children in our Keyworker groups.
From July 13th different year groups will be returning for some time in school.
We know that for many of our children it has been a long time away and some are anxious about returning as school may look different to what it was like before.
The photos will hopefully help to prepare your child for what school will look like when they return. The classroom layout could differ slightly from these photos depending on the number of children in the 'bubble.' If you have any queries or questions about any of the images, please feel free to contact the school through the usual channels by email or phone.
Internal and External photos of school
As of Monday 15th June, the law requires any Public Transport User to wear a face mask whilst travelling. In accordance with this KCC have determined the following guidance applicable to children provided with transport assistance by the Council.
Please find a letter providing information about the return to school of pupils in YR, Y1 and Y6. There is also a risk assessment for school re-opening.
Our Risk Assessment will be reviewed on a regular basis and updated in accordance with government guidance.
Please read these documents carefully as there is a lot of information about how the school day will be run and the prevention measures in place to reduce the possible transmission of COVID19. Due to the need for strict routines to be followed, we have written an addendum for our behaviour policy. Please read this and share these expectations with your child so that they can remain in school for the remainder of the term.
Risk assessment, Parent Letter and Behaviour Addendum
For Parents - a Special COVID-19 Message from the NHS
When your child is ill or injured it is very difﬁcult to decide if/when to call your child’s GP, NHS 111 or go the Accident and Emergency Department (A&E). During the current situation and while the government is asking everyone to stay at home, it can be confusing to know what to do. Here is some guidance
Useful Community Information and Numbers for Parents during COVID-19 pandemic
The link below has been sent to the school for us to share with all of our community. This provides key information in our community including key telephone numbers.
My Story About Pandemics and the Coronavirus
This is a confusing time adults, let alone children. Please see the link below to support the children's understanding of the situation we find ourselves in.