Covid 19 information
The operational guidance issued by the DfE (6/7/21) for the start of the Autumn term 2021 can be found by clicking here. School leadership will be working over the summer holidays to implement this guidance at Lutterworth college, and will update parents/ carers before the start of the Autumn term with any changes to the return to school arrangements.
Subject Risk Assessments:
NHS COVID-19 app
Information is also available at the NHS Covid 19 website - https://covid19.nhs.uk/
COVID 19 important information that you must follow.
If your child is at home, or has been sent home, because they are displaying a symptom of Covid 19, they must not return to school without following this guidance:
- Do not return to school for at least 10 days from the onset of symptoms
- Follow guidance for households with possible infection paying close attention to the sections on siblings and other household members
- Get tested and inform school immediately upon receipt of result
- If the test is negative, the school asks that pupils only return to school when they are no longer unwell. This is to allow the pupil to be completely ready for learning when they do return to the classroom
- If you feel you wish to discuss your child’s specific case further please contact our Deputy Head (Pastoral) Stewart Shovlin – email@example.com
GDPR notice - test & trace
Part of our planning has to include how we will manage any potential or actual outbreaks of Coronavirus at Lutterworth College.
The Government guidance talks about social distancing, co-operation with agencies such as Public Health England and the Local Authority and the Test and Trace process.
it is vital that we all work together to protect pupils, staff, parents and everyone who comes into our premises.
The Government has said we must follow NHS Test and Trace guidance. We will do so, but we are also mindful of protecting data about all individuals.
If anyone in our school tests positive for Coronavirus, we have safety measures in place, and in some cases, it may be necessary for groups of people to be sent home, and requests that they go for testing.
If there are multiple cases, this will be reported as an incident and Public Health England and the Local Authority, and other agencies, will support the school community.
It may be necessary for us to share very basic contact information, names and contact details, for effective test and trace procedures to be put in place. This information will be kept to a minimum, and only released to manage the test and trace process. The guidance is clear that we must be vigilant to protect personal data.
We will also keep a record of who we shared information with, and why we felt it appropriate or necessary to do so.
Of course, we hope this will not be necessary. However, we have a public duty to protect pupils, staff and our whole school community.