On this page you will find the most recent updates from Manor Park academy with regards to the Covid-19 outbreak.
November 2021 updates.
Here is the Risk Management Plan that we have put into place as of September 2021. It has now been updated following the government guidelines published in November 2021. Please read it carefully as it explains exactly what procedures staff and children will follow.
Critical worker children and vulnerable pupils will be offered a place within school during the national lockdown. Parents will be contacted by the end of day on Tuesday 5th January to offer a place to children from Wednesday 6th January.
Here is guidance from the government.
As you will be aware, the government announced at 8pm on Monday 4th January we will be entering another national lockdown with immediate effect. This means that schools will be closed to most pupils, other than vulnerable pupils and children of key workers. This is expected to last up until the February half-term.
We are continually updating our Manor Park Academy Covid-19 Risk Management Plan in line with government guidelines. Select this link to view the changes for January.
In light of the new lockdown announcement for England from Thursday 5th November 2020, we have reviewed our COVID-19 Risk management Plan. There have been some slight improvements to further reduce the risk of contraction. Please read through this carefully.
At Manor Park we are currently making adjustments throughout the school, so that we can create the safest possible environment for the children to return in September. We will inform you of these changes via this website and the school facebook page.
We have outlined all of the changes that will be made in a COVID-19 Risk Management Assessment which has been shared with our staff. We have also created this return to school document, which includes details that cover all changes for pupils from September. Please read this information carefully as it directly affects children attending our school.
We understand that parents and carers may be unsure whether to send their child into school if they are feeling unwell. Therefore, we have created a simple symptoms flowchart for you to follow, in order to make a decision. We hope you find this information useful.
Download the government guidance an how to use the new Covid-19 app here.
This will inform you how to download and use the app effectively.
Tuesday 20th October 2020.
We have been made aware of a member of our school community who have tested positive for COVID 19.We know that you may find this concerning but we are continuing to monitor the situation and are working closely with Public Health England. Please read through this letter carefully, as it will offer support and guidance on what steps to take next.