Students to use social stories to understand more about social distancing and reminded throughout day. Posters in the classroom and around school to show social distancing. One-way system implemented to minimise any crossover. Stickers on floor to remind about 2m distance. All excess furniture to be removed from rooms to create more space.
Temperature to be taken on the buses. Students to use hand sanitiser on arrival to school. Hand washing/hand sanitiser to be used before break, lunch and end of the day. Hand sanitiser to be used before entering classrooms.
Each child will have been RAG rated for bathroom, eating and drinking, manual handling and medical needs. Individual risk assessments will be in place for students and the adults working with them. These will be saved in a central location. This includes the use of PPE.
If a child becomes unwell at school, clear steps to be followed as outlined in separate document. A nurse will be on site.
What can students bring in
Apart from essential medical and educational items, one bag to hold their belongings.
What students can wear
Students to wear clean clothes every day and school uniform wherever possible. If this is not happening class teacher will contact home
Full PPE to be worn always and beds to be cleaned down after every use.
Bathroom staff to knock the door and wait for a member of staff to bring the student outside the hub. Children to be supervised when going to the toilet if independent, to ensure there is no queue.
Secondary/6th form bubble
Students can no longer wait outside the bathrooms. Bathroom staff to knock the door and wait for a member of staff to bring the student outside the hub. Children to be supervised when going to the toilet if independent to ensure there is no queue.