Nursery Dragonflies, Confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19)
We have been advised by Public Health England of a confirmed case of COVID-19 within our Nursery Dragonflies class bubble. A member of staff has tested positive. We wish her well.
Children in our Nursery Ladybirds class bubble, led by Mr McEvoy, are not affected because our Nursery is split into 2 separate containment bubbles. Nursery remains open to all children in Ladybirds.
Nursery is closed to all pupils who are in our Dragonflies class bubble because all staff who work in Dragonflies must now self-isolate at home. Nursery will re-open to Dragonflies on Monday 18 January.
We will switch to remote learning at home for children in Nursery Dragonflies.
Close contacts have been identified and contacted by email today. This includes:
- children who attended Nursery Dragonflies on Tuesday.
- all staff members who work in Nursery Dragonflies.
These pupils and members of staff will now self-isolate at home for up to 10 days before returning to their usual activities. It is important that we all play our part in reducing the spread of infection in our school and community.
We know that you may find this worrying but we are continuing to monitor the situation. We are working with Public Health England, following their requirements for schools and have informed the local authority.