Coronavirus Information

At St. Peter’s we are entirely committed to opening doors for all our learners, ensuring that all experience high-quality teaching and learning every day, despite the ever-changing response to Coronavirus both locally and nationally.

This page describes the school’s response to the pandemic, both in ensuring that all our learners and families are safe and also in ensuring that no learners is disadvantaged as a result of full or partial school closures.

Here you will find the most up to date risk assessments, remote learning for pupils who are self-isolating at home and cannot attend school and pertinent information regarding the school reopening, remote learning and visitors in school.

We hope you find this information useful, however, if you have any further questions regarding the measures we have in place to support our learners throughout this time then please do not hesitate to contact us, via the school office.  

Risk Assessments

 

School Status: Open to All Pupils (Roadmap Step 4)

Latest whole-school Risk Assessment

This risk assessment is reviewed regularly. The key changes  made since the last review are highlighted within the document. 

This document was last reviewed on  22.08.2021.

Remote Learning

 

At St. Peter’s we are entirely committed to opening doors for all our learners, ensuring that all experience high-quality teaching and learning every day, despite the ever-changing response to Coronavirus both locally and nationally.

Our remote learning offer has been designed with both the Government guidelines and feedback from our pupils and parents in mind.  

Our school remote learning offer can be downloaded here.

Our MAT remote learning policy can be accessed here.

Our DfE Remote Education Provision: Information for Parents can be accessed here

Our expectations for learners engaging in remote education can be accessed here.

A video introduction to Microsoft Teams and how we will use it in school can be accessed here: https://youtu.be/1N80JyNS3i4 

Our introductory guide to accessing MS TEAMs can be accessed here.

Catch-Up Funding 

 

The Government has provided additional funding to schools in 2020-2021  to support pupils in catching up on lost learning during the school closures. 

Details of how the school intends to spend this additional funding are outlined in the Catch-Up Premium Spending Plan below. 

Previous Coronavirus Risk Assessments

 

School Reopening Risk Assessment – September 2020 v1

School Coronavirus Risk Assessment – October 2020 v2

School Coronavirus Risk Assessment – November 2020 v3

School Coronavirus Risk Assessment – January 2021 v4

School Coronavirus Risk Assessment – March 2021 v5

School Coronavirus Risk Assessment – May 2021 v6

School Coronavirus Risk Assessment – June 2021 v7

School Coronavirus Risk Assessment – September 2021 v8