Ted Wragg Multi Academy Trust has been keeping up to date with latest government advice regarding Coronavirus. Currently there are very few cases in the UK, and the government assess therefore that the risk to individuals remains low.
As always, we are maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness within the schools and we are supporting all our students and staff to maintain high standards of basic personal hygiene. Soap dispensers are being checked and refilled regularly to ensure there is always sufficient supply and staff will talk with the students about the importance of thorough hand washing. A poster is displayed in each classroom with guidance.
Our schools continue to remain open as usual. We will continue to follow all Public Health England guidance and advice to ensure the health and well-being of all students and staff remains our priority.
Below we have provided advice for places of education made available by Public Health England which features information you may find useful:
How serious is the coronavirus?
How likely are you to catch the virus?
How can you stop coronavirus spreading?
What should you do if you feel unwell and think you might have been exposed to the Coronavirus?
We would recommend staff and parents/guardians visit NHS.UK for the latest advice on coronavirus. If you have any concerns, or have symptoms, you should call NHS 111 for further advice.
This guidance may change and the Ted Wragg Multi Academy Trust are constantly monitoring the situation. You can view full public health guidance here.