CO-VID 19 Updates & faqs
As of Monday 23rd March 2020 and in response to the CO-VID 19 pandemic, Wyvil Primary School is closed to the majority of children until further notice.
Wyvil will be operating as hub from children from local schools.
Attendance at the Wyvil Hub is only for children:
-from vulnerable families -whose parents are Covid-19 critical workers -with an Education, Health and Care Plan
If you a Wyvil parent, your child cannot be cared for at home and you believe to fulfil one of the above criteria and therefore require a place at the Wyvil Hub, please contact the school office with your request: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are the parent of a child from another school, CLICK HERE to access information about the Wyvil Hub and contact your school directly to establish whether your child is eligible for a place at the Wyvil Hub.
DFE & Government Guidance
Since the government advised partial closure of all schools on 18th March 2020, we have continued to closely follow all advice issued by the government as well as considered guidance issued by the Department for Education.
All such guidance can be found below:
- General government guidance for schools and other educational settings - Guidance to educational settings about COVID-19
Overarching guidance for educational settings
COVID-19 infection prevention and control
Supporting vulnerable children and young people
Copies of letters home regarding the CO-VID 19 pandemic can be found below:
Return to School
The government has now proposed that a phased return to school is implemented for identified year groups from 1st June 2020.
This means that children in Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 will begin to be welcomed back into schools.
Information about the proposed return to school and what this will look like for your child has been communicated to parents and carers - see copies of letters above for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the scientific evidence that suggests that schools are safe to open?
CLICK HERE to read the scientific guidance that the government used to inform their decision-making (15 May 2020).
A further list of frequently asked questions can be accessed here: