Dear Families

On this page we will post policies and procedures related to the current pandemic.

Please DO NOT send you child to school if they develop any of the following symptoms; however mild. Isolate immediately and book a PCR test straight away.

  • a high temperature
  • a new, continuous cough
  • loss or change to sense of smell or taste (or as directed to by a medical professional, at the request of a local council or as part of the government pilot project).

The guidance is also clear that if an individual has one or more of those symptoms then they must isolate (stay at home and don’t have any visitors) and get a test as soon as possible. 

The NHS has provided explanations for each of the main symptoms, which can be found via this  link


Risk Assessment – from 7th March 2022 

This builds on the learning to date and practices already developed. It is based on the Schools COVID-19 Operational Guidance, alongside guidance from the Local Authority and United Kingdom Health Security Agency (UKHSA).

Our Risk Assessment enables us to operate safely based on current government advice and what we already know has worked well. It is treated as a ‘live document’ and will be regularly reviewed and updated.

We will continue to monitor the situation regularly and the Risk Assessment will be monitored to ensure that the controls are:

  • Effective
  • Working as Planned
  • Updated appropriately considering any issues identified and changes in public health advice


Arrangements for the Autumn Term – updated 10.09.21

 Addendum to our Behaviour Regulation Policy

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Addendum to our Attendance Policy

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Addendum to our Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy –

updated March 2021 

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Infection Control Policy

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Physical Distancing Policy

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Contingency Plan & Outbreak Management Plan


Remote Learning Policy

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Overview of Remote Learning at Stanford Infant School –

January 2021

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Google Classroom – January 2021

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Catch-Up Premium – updated 9th June 2021

The Government is providing schools with a universal catch-up premium for the 2020-2021 academic year. The aim of the funding is to help children catch-up on the education they have missed due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. Schools should use this funding for specific activities to support their children to make up for lost teaching. While the funding has been allocated on a per-pupil basis, schools should use the amount available to them as a single total form which to prioritise support for children according to their needs.

 Catch Up Premium