We're sorry to have to let you know that a member of the Reception bubble (the class taught by Miss Akhtar and Mrs Shaw) has unfortunately had a positive coronavirus test result.
The time of the test means that the person could potentially have been infectious while in school, so the Reception bubble has to switch to remote learning for the week commencing Monday 12th July. Children and staff in that bubble need to isolate as a precaution.
Children can return to school on Monday 19th July if they are not showing any symptoms. See the letter from Dean Wallace, Director of Public Health for Derbyshire, on our Opening Information page for updated information regarding symptoms.
Other members of your child's household, (i.e. parents, siblings, etc.) do not need to isolate unless your child or anyone in the household develops symptoms themselves.
Other bubbles in school are unaffected, including Reception children in Mrs Rogers' class, and they can all attend school as normal.
In Miss Akhtar's Reception bubble, we will be switching teaching back to Google Classroom, as per the previous lockdown. If you are struggling to access the technology, you can email your child's class teacher using their email address, and you can also contact the school office.
We will keep you informed if there are any changes.
Best wishes to our whole community. Coronavirus cases are on the rise. Following the government's restrictions and recommendations will help to reduce the probability of this situation happening again. Please stay safe.