Information regarding COVID-19
CATTON GROVE PRIMARY SCHOOL
Striving for Excellence
We are now in our third week back and I would like to thank everyone once again for your support in enabling us to continue to try and keep things as ‘normal’ as possible in what are very strange times for all of us.
Your children are, as usual, being AMAZING!! They have responded to the changes we have had to put in place with their usual enthusiasm and resilience. They have been incredibly adaptable which is great.
To date, no one associated with the school has had a positive test for the virus. However, it MAY happen in the future and if it does we will work very closely with public health authorities on a plan to ensure that transmission is kept to an absolute minimum.
This is likely to mean that the smallest ‘bubble’ will be instructed to go into a period of isolation. In our case this COULD mean a CLASS or possibly even a YEAR GROUP.
It is VERY UNLIKELY to mean the whole school.
Beyond this we are unable to give you more specific guidance because it all depends on the context behind the particular individual.
We will, of course be following government guidelines and advice in everything we do.
What we WILL do is keep you informed AT ALL TIMES so that you know EXACTLY what is happening
Take care and continue to stay safe.
In the event that the school closes or your family have to self-isolate we are making sure that
all pupils have access to learning activities during this time.
Please keep checking your child's year group page for activities and links.
Please click on the link below for advice from the Government on supporting your child's education during Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Please use the drop down menu under COVID19 to access the list of Food Support initiatives in Norwich.
For Free School Meals, please see the letter below dated 7th of April 2020. The letter is also placed under the Headteacher's notices on the home page.
Please keep checking in on the website as this will be our main means of communication to you over the coming days and weeks – hopefully not months. You can contact us through the website using email, the online forms and the live help button. We will always respond as soon as we possibly can.
Take care and keep safe – we are here to help as much as we can.
Below, you can read the letter from Mr. Lawes dated 22nd September 2020.