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COVID-19 Protocols

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If a students parent becomes aware that a person in their family home becomes symptomatic or a family member within their home has a positive coronavirus test the parent must contact the school to inform them and must plan to pick their child up from school to begin their self-isolation within the family home. Public transport and school transport can not be used to take your child home.

If a residential home at Moor House School  goes into isolation because a student within their household becomes symptomatic the symptomatic student must go home and have a coronavirus test. The rest of the students within this household will have to isolate until the results of the test is known.

If a house must go into isolation there are plans in place to supply each child with a laptop so that they can access education during the isolation period at Moor House.

If the test result is negative all the students can go back into the educational setting.

 If the test result is positive the rest of the students within this household must begin a period of 14 days isolation. This means that the student will need to go home in order to complete the full period of isolation. Their family household members do not need to self-isolate unless their child displays symptoms of the coronavirus.

If a child must go home because there is a confirmed case of coronavirus within their residential household plans are being put in place to enable these students to access education remotely from home.

Barbara Martin, Head of Care