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Our response to Covid 19

Keeping everyone safe

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Our school is currently open to all children. We are  operating in year group or 'tribe' bubbles.

The bubbles do not mix.

Children and staff undertake regular handwashing routines

There is an additional, enhanced cleaning schedule

We promote the 'catch it, bin it, kill it approach

We observe social distancing as appropriate in a primary school setting

Visitors are only allowed on site if essential and in line with safety guidance

Important information for parents, staff and pupils

Pupils, parents, staff and other adults must not come on to the school site if they have any of the symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19). The main symptoms are:

  • a high temperature (above 37.8)
  • 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)
  • a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste

If pupils, staff or parents are displaying symptoms, they must book a test and self-isolate .

If pupils staff or parents have been in close contact with someone who tests positive, or if anyone in their household develops symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) they must also self-isolate 

Anyone who has a test should inform the school of the result immediately.

Remote Education

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School closure

In the event that we are asked to close a bubble or the whole school, home learning will be posted on DB Primary for Years 1-6, on Class Dojo in Reception and on Tapestry in Nursery. 

This will follow our school curriculum and will use a range of approaches including videos, powerpoints, use of external sites and resources as well as some live lessons and wellbeing Zooms. Our remote learning provision will provide at least three hours of learning for KS1 and four hours for KS2 each day. It will also include assemblies and whole school challenges.

Further details can be found in our Online Teaching and Learning policy here

Self isolators

If a child is self isolating whilst the school is open to all pupils, the class teacher will contact parents to explain how to access the work set. This will be a blend of our own HWPS curriculum on our virtual learning platform DB Primary and lessons from external sources such as Oak Academy and BBC Bitesize.

Some older children may also be invited to take part in live  lessons from the classroom via Zoom.

The school has a limited amount of IT that we can loan out to families who need it and this will be allocated in the first instance to children who are eligible for Free School Meals and/or the Pupil Premium Grant. If you think you might be eligible for this funding, please apply online at www.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/freeschoolmeals Even if your child is currently in Reception or KS1 and receives universal free school meals, they may be eligible for Pupil Premium funding if you are receiving benefits.

The HWPS three Ps

AT HWPS, we have our own three part slogan - the three Ps!

We ask people to please remember:

  • Prompt arrival – try not to be early or late as this supports our staggered start and finish times
  • Personal space – remember the 2m rule
  • Phone contact– please protect school staff by contacting them via Class Dojo, email or phone rather than speaking to them in person

Coronavirus recovery premium

Our recovery plan involves a three tier approach:

1. A universal entitlement to great teaching

2. Targeted support for those who need some extra help

3. A commitment to wider strategies to support children and their parents and carers

The report below explains what this means an how we will spend our money.

We will measure the impact of our interventions through GL testing, formative assessment and end of unit tests and quizzes.

Harmans Water Food Aid

food parcel

Thanks to generous donations from parents, friends of the school and local supermarkets such as The Co-op and Morrisons, we now have a stock of non-perishable food items in school that are being distibuted to families in need.

We are also able to provide fresh food each Thursday.

Please contact Mrs Lorey our Family Support Advisor if you or anyone you know needs a bit of extra help.

All food parcels are given in the strictest of confidence.

What we did in lock down 1

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In lockdown we supported our community in the best way we could. This is some of what we did.

  • Drew pictures and wrote messages to the elderly and isolated
  • Donated PPE to the NHS and social care
  • Worked with a local church to distribute food parcels
message in lockdown

Saying thank you - we made this short video to thank the NHS and key workers

Sing a Rainbow.mp4

Keeping spirits up - the staff have fun with a toilet roll challenge

HWPS Toilet Roll Challenge 2.mp4

Keeping in touch - the staff sent a message to children

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