To protect yourself and others, when you leave home you must:
- wash hands – keep washing your hands regularly
- cover face – wear a face covering over your nose and mouth in enclosed spaces
- make space – stay at least a metre away from people not in your household
If you are feeling unwell, get a test and do not leave home for at least 10 days
Click here for the latest information and guidelines on Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Click here to see the latest government Guidance for Schools: Coronavirus
For more information, please see the following page on our website under the Parents & Students menu: www.enfieldgrammar.org/parents-students/covid/
Guidance on use of face covering when travelling to school or college
Children aged 11 and over are legally required to wear a face covering on public transport in England, unless exempt for health, age or disability reasons.
In accordance with advice from Public Health England, we recommend that local authorities advise children and young people aged 11 and over to wear a face covering when travelling on dedicated school transport, unless they are exempt. Coronavirus (COVID-19) usually spreads by droplets from coughs, sneezes and speaking. When used correctly, wearing a face covering may reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) droplets in certain circumstances, helping to protect others.
Schools should support local authorities in promoting the use of face coverings when travelling to and from school, and help them to resolve any issues of non-compliance where appropriate.
The ‘Hands. Face. Space.’ campaign urges everyone to continue to wash their hands, cover their face and make space to control infection rates. The NHS has released a ‘Hands. Face. Space.’ video that may be a useful resource when communicating the importance of wearing a face covering on transport directly to children and young people.
Further information on face coverings can be found in our guidance on transport to school and other places of education: autumn term 2020.
Tier 5 – Lockdown – click the image below for guidelines:
Department for Education coronavirus (COVID-19) helpline opening hours
The Department for Education coronavirus (COVID-19) helpline remains available to answer questions about coronavirus (COVID-19) relating to education and children’s social care. Please listen carefully to the available options and select the most appropriate to your nursery, school, or college’s current situation.
Staff, parents and young people can contact this helpline by calling:
Phone: 0800 046 8687
Monday to Friday from 8am to 6pm
Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm
Translation of guidance for parents and carers on early years providers, schools and colleges in the autumn term
We have translated our guidance for parents and carers with children in nursery, school, or college in the autumn term.
The guidance is available in the following languages:
COVID-19 Child Protection and Safeguarding Arrangements
Covid-19 Risk Assessment (Return To School)
Please be aware we do not supply any medication to pupils, however if your son(s) need to take medication during the school day please send this in with his name clearly marked and information what time he will need to take his medication. If you would like your son/s to be able to take pain relief or hayfever medication/eye drops whilst in school this can also be handed in to the Upper or Lower School Medical Office with his name on.
We have a number of pupils in school who are highly allergic to nuts. Anaphylactic shock can be a life threatening condition. This occurs when the child comes in to contact with nuts, however slight. As far as practicable, we try to be a nut free school. We ask parents to ensure nuts or nut products are not brought in to school for lunches or snacks – thank you.
We do try and prevent accidents from occurring but unfortunately they do happen from time to time. If we are concerned about your son following an accident and feel they need further treatment we will contact you or your designated emergency contact immediately. In serious cases which thankfully are rare we will call an ambulance.
Please inform us if you change your mobile number so we have the correct emergency details for your son(s).
Click here to view our Medical Needs Policy
For further information, queries or help please contact;
Mrs P Brooks – Welfare & Attendance Officer T: 020 8363 1095 ext 224 or email: