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**** REMINDER ****    *****Return to School on 8th March *****
Return to School on 8th March


Dear Parents,


As you are aware, the government has announced that schools will reopen to all pupils on Monday 8th March. We are very much looking forward to welcoming back all of our pupils for face-to-face education.


From 8th March, school attendance will be compulsory and our usual rules on attendance will apply.


However, as a reminder, your child should self-isolate and not come to school if they:

o    Have coronavirus symptoms or have tested positive
o    Live with someone who has symptoms or have tested positive
o    Are a close contact of someone who has tested positive

In line with the latest government guidance, pupils who are clinically extremely vulnerable should not attend school. If your child is in this group, they should continue to learn from home until further notice. If this applies to your child, please inform the main office and provide a copy of your child’s shielding letter. 


For pupils who are self-isolating or shielding, we will:

o    Continue to provide remote learning through pre- recorded lessons on a daily basis
o    Phone calls home each week to support learning 


Rest assured that we are doing everything we can to make sure our pupils can safely come back to school. 


Please click the link above which explains all our procedures for children returning. This can be found on our web site along with an updated risk assessment.


Lockdown has been a challenging period for all of us, and we would like to thank you for your continuing support during this difficult and uncertain time. 

If you or your child have any concerns about returning to school, or if you think your child might need extra support when they return, please contact the school. You can also email the school on:

We would also like to thank you for all your support in helping your child to learn from home. We will continue to keep you updated of our plans and any necessary changes required.


Warm regards,

Tudor Primary School