St George's Church of England

Primary School

Aspirational opportunities for all, through the breath of God


By not sending the crowds away Jesus demonstrated his CARE for all. Matthew 14:16. Jesus provided for the needs of all those who had gathered around him, because he wanted to care for their basic needs

January 2022 Risk assessment 


As part of our winter COVID plans we would like to share our comprehensive risk assessment which has been agreed by the Governing Body. We are taking every precaution to protect our pupils and staff during this time and the risk assessment sets out the measures of what we are doing to minimise the risk of Covid-19.


By reading the risk assessment staff and pupils are agreeing to follow the guidance it sets out to keep themselves safe.


Please do not use the 07922 090962 out of hours service for Positive COVID reporting. Please now leave a message on the school answer phone. 

Remote Learning due to Closure or Isolation

If the school is closed or pupils have to isolate due to isolation remote learning will be put in place. We strongly encourage all families to engage in this wherever possible. Our remote learning mirrors the curriculum offer that runs when the school is fully open. If any family is struggling to access the remote learning they should contact the school immediately who will be able to offer support. 

Remote learning information for parents

Bereavement Resources


Very sadly many families are suffering bereavement of a loved one during the pandemic, either from the virus itself or other health issues. Life for all of us has changed drastically from what we are used to and therefore the processes we had in place for support have also had to change and adapt.


St George's has put together some bereavement resources to support families at this time as well as updating our bereavement policy. These resources can be accessed here, however if you would like paper copies of any of the information then please do let us know, we would be more than happy to arrange this for you.


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