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Naunton Park
Primary School

COVID-19 support

The following information is being updated daily.  The last update on this site, with current guidance, was 26th May at 7:06pm.


This page has been created to give parents all relevant information about the COVID-19 outbreak and current partial school closures.

Please see below for:

  • Key symptoms of COVID-19 and where to get help.
  • Useful links to guidance, including links to Public Health England.
  • All correspondence sent to parents, from the school, regarding the partial closure, COVID-19 response and provisions in place.

A summary of advice and guidance is  here.


Additionally, there are some links below with advice on overcoming anxiety around COVID-19 and also some written advice in different languages:


Keeping safe

Although restrictions have been updated (as of 10th May 2020), the government are still urging people to stay home and say that "the best protection is your front door."   From the Prime Minister's address at 7pm on 10th May, the current guidance is...

  • Stay alert

We can all help control the virus if we all stay alert. This means you must:

  • Stay at home as much as possible
  • Work from home if you can
  • Limit contact with other people
  • Keep your distance if you go out (2 metres apart where possible)
  • Wash your hands regularly
  • Self-isolate if you (7 days) or anyone in your household (14 days) has symptoms.

This guidance can be found here.


How to keep yourself and your family safe:

  • Wash your hands with soap and water (sing Happy Birthday!) throughout the day.  Click here for advice on hygiene during this time.
  • Dry your hands - this makes your hands less hospitable for the virus! 
  • Use hand sanitiser.
  • Wash your hands when you get home, visit other places, before you touch food, when you handle something that doesn't belong to you.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.
  • Wear clean clothes each day.
  • Cough or sneeze into a tissue (or use your elbow to cover your mouth).
  • Stay home (see above).
  • Make a plan (e.g. how/when you will buy food to be out as little as possible).
  • Click here to see if you or a family member have an underlying health condition, for which you should stay home for 12 weeks.


Symptoms and help for COVID-19

The most common symptoms are:

  • a high temperature – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)
  • a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)

What to do if you think you or someone in your household have symptoms:

  • Do not go to your doctors' surgery, pharmacy or hospital, even if symptoms persist.
  • Self-isolate for 7 days if you have symptoms (or anyone who has symptoms).
  • Self-isolate for 14 days if anyone else in the house has symptoms.
  • If you are still have symptoms after 7 days, phone 111 or go to the NHS website here.  In an emergency, phone 999.
  • You can use this online questionnaire to check if you have symptoms: click here.


Useful links and guidance

  • Quick reference guide about COVID-19: click here
  • Public Health England: click  here
  • Social distancing and vulnerable people: click here
  • Stay at home guidance: click  here
  • Symptoms and advice from NHS: click here
  • Support for parents and carers during partial school closures: here
  • Hygiene advice recommended by DFE: click here
  • The Government's list of online home learning sites: click here.



Correspondence to parents

Please click on the downloadable links below to see each letter or email sent by school regarding the COVID-19 response.

  1. Letter 1-6-2020 Letter for home learning project
  2. Email 1-6-2020 Email about home learning
  3. Email 27-5-20 PowerPoint for children - I am going back to school
  4. Email 27-5-20 COVID19 home school agreement
  5. Email 26-5-20 OSCC parent letter Term 6
  6. Email 22-5-20 Road map to return for parents
  7. Email 22-5-20 Letter to parents to accompany road map
  8. Email 14-5-20 Letter with update about re-opening in June
  9. Email 12-5-20 Letter about re-opening in June
  10. Email 11-5-20 Email for weekly home learning tasks
  11. Email 10-5-20 Email about COVID-19 update
  12. Email 7-5-20 Letter for Year 6 pupils
  13. Email 30-4-20 Letter about May half term provision
  14. Email 27-4-20 Email for weekly home learning tasks
  15. Email 24-4-20 Email about applying for FSM
  16. Letter 24-4-2020 Applying for FSM and Pupil Premium
  17. Email 20-4-20 Weekly home learning tasks
  18. Email 15-4-20 Letter about PGL 2020
  19. Email 31-3-2020 Request for Provision Term 5
  20. Email 31-3-2020 Early Help information
  21. Email 30-3-2020 Home learning grid for the week
  22. Email 24-3-20 Letter about Easter provision
  23. Email 23-3-20 School provision for key worker children
  24. Email 20-3-20 Letter about school closure
  25. Email 20-3-20 School provision for key worker children
  26. Email 20-3-20 Primary assessment update
  27. Email 19-3-20 Learning from home
  28. Email 18-3-20 Notice of partial closure
  29. Email 18-3-20 Government announcement of school closure
  30. Email 18-3-20 Government advice and actions to keep safe
  31. Email 17-3-20 Government update about symptoms
  32. Email 17-3-20 Cancellation of parent consultations
  33. Email 16-3-20 Self-isolation and home learning tasks
  34. Email 16-3-20 School attendance
  35. Email 15-3-20 Changes being made in school
  36. Email 12-3-20 Government update about symptoms
  37. Email 11-3-20 Government update about returning travellers
  38. Email 26-2-20 Travelling back from abroad
  39. COVID-19 Book for Children
  40. Early Help guidance for parents