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Coronavirus Information

September 2021

Muscliff Primary School continue to be very careful and aware. Regular hand washing and sanitising and masks are worn in closed in areas and tight spaces. 

8th March 2021

The school has fully reopened for all children.  (Those shielding will continue to learn remotely at home until end of March).  

Please see the update Risk Assessment for more information.


11th January 2021

We have now entered a National Lockdown (as of January 5th 12.01am) Schools are closed and are only open to key worker children and vulnerable children. All other children are remote learning at home.


Please see the link attached for more information.


15th December 2020

The government have now changed the isolation period to 10 days instead of 14. You must isolate on day 10 (day 11 is the first day you will be allowed to leave the house). 


We are currently in tier 2, please read the gov website for information on the rules of tier 2.


5th November 2020

 We have now entered a nationwide lockdown where there are further restrictions in place. This starts today (5th November) and have been said to end on 2nd December 2020. 

Schools, Universities and colleges still remain open as normal and it is compulsory for children to attend School during this lockdown.


For any further information please see the link attached.


Please read the school's COVID-19 Risk Assessment, which is reviewed regularly and updated as necessary.  If you have any feedback about how we can further support the children, staff and wider community to keep safe during this time, please contact Mrs Fenby via the main office.

Many thanks for your support. 

Remote Learning Plan - October 2020

15th October 2020


The latest government advice is – wash hands, cover face, make space.

As a local area, we are currently at medium risk. The governments advice is to only get a test if you are experiencing one of the following-

  • High temperature (37.8 degrees and above)

  • A new or continuous cough

  • A change or loss of taste or smell

If someone in your household tests positive for coronavirus (COVID-19) you should self isolate as a household for 14 days whilst monitoring yourselves/your children should you/they develop any symptoms. You should also follow this practice if you have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive, or have been contacted by track and trace. These government guidelines apply for adults and children. Please see the government website for further information.


Before travelling abroad/to other high risk areas within the UK, please check the government website for quarantine rules and consider if your journey is necessary. There are several countries where quarantine rules apply when travelling back to the UK (self isolation for 14 days).



Dear Parents

We have been issued guidance from Public Health England which includes that everyone should wash their hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water. The children have already been doing this and it has become part of their daily routine. In addition to this we have made hand gel available to children as an extra precaution.


The hand gel is an alcohol based hand gel as non alcohol gel will not kill viruses as effectively.


If you would prefer your child not to use hand gel then please can you let the office know.


Many thanks


Muscliff Primary School
Office team

Wash your hands

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