Coronavirus Symptoms and Self-isolation Guides
Please follow the links below to download guides recommended by Cambridgeshire Local Authority.
Flow Chart Guide for Parents/Carers
Self-isolation guidance January 2022
Guidance for Households with Possible or Confirmed Cases
Public Health England advice:
Covid 19 Safety Measures
Please follow the links below for Covid-19 Safety Measures Parent/Carer Expectations and also the Pupil Expectations posters that have been revised due to new guidelines and displayed at school.
Parent/Carer Summary September 2021
DEMAT Risk Assessment - updated December 2021
CCC Parent Covid Letter Autumn 2021
Outbreak Management Plan September 2021
Please refer to the guidance on staying safe online at https://www.nspcc.org.uk/what-we-do/about-us/partners/nspcc-o2-online-safety-partnership/. There are also additional guides to staying safe online on our E-safety Information page.
Mental Health and Emotional Well-being
4 Powerful Ways to Reduce Back-to-School Anxiety
There are multiple websites and helplines which parents and pupils can access which are attched below.
- UK Safer Internet Centre guidance for what to do when all is not well online
- Let’s talk about life online (UK Safer Internet Centre) pamphlet
- Public Health England Guidance for Parents & Carers on supporting children and young people with mental health
Samaritans website: https://www.samaritans.org/how-we-can-help/contact-samaritan/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwsYb0BRCOARIsAHbLPhG8zlxbu0Zzo5J_3yd_4OxdOnRNSXamMJILfBicQVUTP4cgcMYrkfMaAgr2EALw_wcB
In these challenging times for all, those at risk or living with domestic abuse are particularly vulnerable. There is also attached the COVID-19 National Domestic Abuse Guidance or you can follow these links: