COVID
We recognise that sending your child to school can be worrying at the moment, but must stress we are doing everything we can to minimise the risks of COVID-19 within the school.
We do ask that if your child has COVID symptoms, they stay at home, get a test and you inform the school.
Making the decision if your child should attend school is difficult at the moment.  The easy method is to ask yourself, would you have ‘pre-COVID’ sent your child to school if they had a cold or felt under the weather.  If so, they should be attending.  Working out the difference between a normal cold and COVID is worrying many of our parents.  The BBC has made a very helpful article entitled ‘Covid symptoms: Is it a cold, flu or coronavirus?’ https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-54145299  It is not unexpected that we will all have a cough over the next few months, so correctly identifying the difference between the common cold and COVID is very important.

Help us to keep everyone safe. Thank you.
Grade Ruan C of E School
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Setting sail on life's journey, with an anchor to keep us safe and sails to let us fly and with Jesus, God's son to calm the storms along the way.
Luke chapter 8 verses 22-25

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