COVID Numbers at AHS

RISK ASSESSMENT  DURING CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK – 3 September 2021

AHS OUTBREAK MANAGEMENT PLAN – Updated 28 June 2021


We continue to consult with and follow all guidance with Public Health England (PHE) and adopt a cautious approach to keeping our community safe.

In addition to the statutory guidance we request that:

  • Students wear masks in crowded public spaces when moving (corridors, library, canteen queues, SFSC)
  • Close contacts take a daily LFT for 10 days after contact with a confirmed case
  • If a student has any symptoms they stay at home and take a PCR test until they receive a negative result
  • Do a LFT at Home twice a week (Sunday evening/Monday morning before travelling and Tuesday evening/Wednesday morning before travelling)

Please report your child’s COVID or other illness related absence through the

Pupil absence line: 01296 388230

Whilst tracing close contacts has now become the responsibility of the NHS Track and Trace system, to support our community we will update our figures here twice a week. We cannot reveal the identity of the individuals concerned (due to GDPR guidance)

If the number of cases is higher in your form, or G group, we still need you to attend school (unless you have any symptoms) and we encourage you to do  daily LFTs for 10 days (or take a PCR test) to help us keep our community safe.

If guidance changes we will immediately inform you of this.

 

The School is applying for additional funds for tutoring students in this academic year.  We have published the following statement on how the funding for Sixth Form students will be used:

16 to 19 Tutoring Fund

Department for Education information on this funding can be found here.