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Breakfast Club Booking Form for the week commencing Monday 30th November, 2020 (For the week 7th December – Friday 11th December 2020)

Dear Parent/Guardian,

If you wish to have a breakfast place for your child for the week beginning Monday 7th December 2020, please follow the link below and register your child. If you have more than one child wishing to have a place at breakfast club then you will need to complete the form again. One child per form.

Click here to register your child for breakfast club

Thank you for your support,

R. Harris

Headteacher

Welsh Government Guidelines on wearing of face coverings

Dear Parents,

Wearing of face coverings (primary)

The Welsh Government has updated its guidance on the use of face coverings in schools.

To reduce the risk of transmission amongst parents and relatives, please wear masks when visiting school, and at drop-off and collection areas. Maintaining clear social distance at the school gates will also reduce risk and set a good example to pupils.

If you have a secondary school aged child, be aware that face coverings should now be worn by year 7 and above pupils in all areas outside the classroom and be worn on dedicated school transport for year 7 and up.

Please follow these guidelines and encourage your child to follow theirs too.

Along with regular hand washing/sanitising and social distancing, this will reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 at school as far as possible.

They have been made stronger to keep you and your families as safe as possible. They are based on new advice from Welsh Government’s Technical Advisory Group, as we learn more about the way COVID-19 is transmitted.

Thank you for your help in doing all we can – together – to keep ourselves and others safe.

Yours sincerely

Mr R. Harris

Headteacher

COVID-19 Quick Reference Guide for Parents

COVID-19 Quick Reference Guide for Parents

What to do if….

Action Needed

Return to school when….

My child has COVID-19 symptoms:

• high temperature

• a new, continuous cough

• a loss or change to your sense of taste or smell

DO NOT COME TO SCHOOL

Contact school to inform us, self-isolate the whole household for 14 days. Get a test. Inform school as soon as test results come back

The test comes back negative
My child has tested positive for COVID-19

DO NOT COME TO SCHOOL

Contact school to inform us, agree an earliest date for possible return. Self-isolate the rest of the household for 14 days

They feel better. They can return after 10 days even if they have a cough or loss of taste/smell. These symptoms can last for several weeks.
My child has tested negative for COVID-19

CONTACT THE SCHOOL

Discuss a return to school either that day or the next day

The test comes back negative

 

My child is ill with symptoms not linked to COVID-19

Follow the school’s normal absence policy and procedure. Ring the school to log all absence

 

They feel better. Allow 48 hours following the last bout of sickness/diarrhoea if this is the cause of absence.
Someone in my household has COVID-19 symptoms

DO NOT COME TO SCHOOL

Contact school and self-isolate the whole household for 14 days, household members to get tested, inform school as soon as test results come back

The test comes back negative
Someone in my household tests positive for COVID-19

DO NOT COME TO SCHOOL

Contact school, agree an earliest date for possible return. Minimum of 14 days

The child has completed 14 days of isolation.
NHS Test & Trace has identified that my child has been in close contact with someone with symptoms of confirmed COVID19

DO NOT COME TO SCHOOL

Contact school, agree an earliest date for possible return. Minimum of 14 days

The child has completed 14 days of isolation.

 

We/my child has travelled and has to self-isolate as a period of quarantine

Consider quarantine requirements when booking travel, absence will be considered as unauthorised during term time, agree an earliest date for possible return.

The child has completed 14 days of isolation.
We have received medical advice that my child must resume shielding

DO NOT COME TO SCHOOL

Contact school, shield until you are informed that restrictions are lifted

There is a change to your child’s medical advice and restrictions are lifted

My child’s bubble is closed due to a COVID-19 outbreak in school

DO NOT COME TO SCHOOL

Online learning will be provided by school, your child will need to isolate for 14 days

The school informs you that the bubble will reopen.

Breakfast Club Booking Form for the week commencing Monday 30th November, 2020 (For the week 30th November – Friday 4th December 2020)

Dear Parent/Guardian,

If you wish to have a breakfast place for your child for the week beginning Monday 23rd November 2020, please follow the link below and register your child. If you have more than one child wishing to have a place at breakfast club then you will need to complete the form again. One child per form.

Click here to register your child for breakfast club

Thank you for your support,

R. Harris

Headteacher

Year 6 blog 18.11.20

When we came in class we were reading our books.

And after we finished reading our books we started doing a food hunt to see how many things were healthy or unhealthy.

After that we did P:E and in P:E we were doing gymnastic moves with a friend and we used our ribbon moves while we were in the positions.

After that we went outside for a bit until it started tipping down so we went inside for the rest of our play some did colouring and some did drawing.

Next we talked about bullying and how we can prevent it. And for anti-bullying week we did a jigsaw piece with all of our favourite things in it.

Re:     Information regarding a confirmed case of coronavirus in Gnoll Primary School

Dear Parent or Carer,

Re:     Information regarding a confirmed case of coronavirus in Gnoll Primary School

NHS Wales Test, Trace, Protect has been informed of a confirmed case of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Gnoll Primary School

Gnoll Primary School, remains open. It is working closely with Public Health Wales, the Local Authority and NHS Wales Test, Trace and Protect to ensure that all the appropriate measures are in place to protect students, staff and the wider community. This letter is to inform you of the current situation and to provide advice on how to support your child.

All close contacts of the case have been identified and have received appropriate advice to self-isolate. Other children attending school this week have not been identified as a close contact and therefore do not need to self-isolate and do not require testing for COVID-19. They can continue to attend Gnoll Primary School, as usual.

However, as a precaution, please be alert for any symptoms of COVID-19:

  • A new or continuous cough
  • A high temperature
  • A loss of or change to sense of smell or taste

If your child develops any of these symptoms, even if they are mild:

  • Book a test for them by phoning 01639 862757 or 119 or through the online portal: https://www.nhs.uk/ask-for-a-coronavirus-test
  • Inform Gnoll Primary School that they are unwell with COVID-19 symptoms and that you have requested a test
  • Your child should self-isolate for 10 days from when their symptoms started
  • All other household members should isolate for 14 days from when your child developed symptoms
  • Do not visit a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital but if you require medical advice please contact NHS 111 or telephone your GP; if there is a medical emergency phone 999
  • Please follow the advice provided when your child receives their test result

To reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading, there are things that everyone in your family can do to help. These include:

  • washing hands with soap and water often – do this for at least 20 seconds
  • using hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available
  • washing hands as soon as they get home
  • covering their mouth and nose with a tissue or sleeve (not their hands) when they cough or sneeze
  • putting used tissues in the bin immediately and washing hands afterwards

 

Further information on symptoms and self-isolation can be found here https://gov.wales/symptoms-and-self-isolation-contact-tracing

Further formation on Test, Trace, Protect can be found here https://gov.wales/test-trace-protect-coronavirus

For general information on COVID-19 https://gov.wales/protect-yourself-others-coronavirus

The COVID-19 online symptom checker can tell you if you need medical help and advise you what to do https://gov.wales/check-if-you-need-coronavirus-medical-help

With best wishes

Rhys Harris

Headteacher

Our Day

Today was a good day!

We started the day with some silent reading. Everyone enjoyed their books today! Miss Blackman bought new Diary of a Wimpy Kid books because she knows we enjoy them so much!!

Then we started English carousel. Our main task was to figure out peoples emotions on  different scenarios…very interesting!

Then we had break, which was so fun because we got to play with our friends!

when we finished our English carousel, we did amser drillio. We are writing a third person profile. We also started the movie Brave on Disney +

Then we had lunch and had some more play, which was fun.

Then we stuck in our questionnaires and filled in our classmates questionnaires. All the questionnaires were brilliant!

And finally, to end the day we read our class book the beast of Buckingham palace by David Walliams. Then we got our belongings and went home.

Today was a great day!

 

Breakfast Club Booking Form for the week commencing Monday 23rd November, 2020

Dear Parent/Guardian,

If you wish to have a breakfast place for your child for the week beginning Monday 23rd November 2020, please follow the link below and register your child. If you have more than one child wishing to have a place at breakfast club then you will need to complete the form again. One child per form.

Click here to register your child for breakfast club

Thank you for your support,

R. Harris

Headteacher

Re:     Information regarding a confirmed case of coronavirus in Gnoll Primary School

Dear Parent or Carer,

Re:     Information regarding a confirmed case of coronavirus in Gnoll Primary School

NHS Wales Test, Trace, Protect has been informed of a confirmed case of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Gnoll Primary School

Gnoll Primary School, remains open. It is working closely with Public Health Wales, the Local Authority and NHS Wales Test, Trace and Protect to ensure that all the appropriate measures are in place to protect students, staff and the wider community. This letter is to inform you of the current situation and to provide advice on how to support your child.

All close contacts of the case have been identified and have received appropriate advice to self-isolate. Other children attending school this week have not been identified as a close contact and therefore do not need to self-isolate and do not require testing for COVID-19. They can continue to attend Gnoll Primary School, as usual.

However, as a precaution, please be alert for any symptoms of COVID-19:

  • A new or continuous cough
  • A high temperature
  • A loss of or change to sense of smell or taste

If your child develops any of these symptoms, even if they are mild:

  • Book a test for them by phoning 01639 862757 or 119 or through the online portal: https://www.nhs.uk/ask-for-a-coronavirus-test
  • Inform Gnoll Primary School that they are unwell with COVID-19 symptoms and that you have requested a test
  • Your child should self-isolate for 10 days from when their symptoms started
  • All other household members should isolate for 14 days from when your child developed symptoms
  • Do not visit a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital but if you require medical advice please contact NHS 111 or telephone your GP; if there is a medical emergency phone 999
  • Please follow the advice provided when your child receives their test result

 

To reduce the risk of COVID-19 spreading, there are things that everyone in your family can do to help. These include:

  • washing hands with soap and water often – do this for at least 20 seconds
  • using hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available
  • washing hands as soon as they get home
  • covering their mouth and nose with a tissue or sleeve (not their hands) when they cough or sneeze
  • putting used tissues in the bin immediately and washing hands afterwards

 

Further information on symptoms and self-isolation can be found here https://gov.wales/symptoms-and-self-isolation-contact-tracing

Further formation on Test, Trace, Protect can be found here https://gov.wales/test-trace-protect-coronavirus

For general information on COVID-19 https://gov.wales/protect-yourself-others-coronavirus

The COVID-19 online symptom checker can tell you if you need medical help and advise you what to do https://gov.wales/check-if-you-need-coronavirus-medical-help

With best wishes

Rhys Harris

Headteacher