School Reopening Information - September 2020
We are excited to confirm that Long Lawford Primary School will re-open it's doors to all pupils from Thursday 3rd September 2020. The school will have two training days on 1st and 2nd September, and therefore will be closed to pupils for these two days.
On this page, you will find all key information regarding school re-opening, including WCC approved COVID-safe operating and opening procedures.
Have you got a question that isn't answered on this page? Take a look in the below documents. If your question is still not answered, please email it to email@example.com and we will answer it as soon as we can.
- Please see our Frequently Asked Questions document for any questions you have. We will update this document regularly.
- Please see the temporary start and end times in the 2020 Schedule. This document will be reviewed weekly and you will be notifies of any changes.
- One Way system in place to help make our school COVID-safe. This will be in place for at least the first half term and ask all parents/carers to adhere to this to help keep the school site COVID-safe.
- Operational Procedures (which are taken from the school's risk assessment) to show what will happen and when. These procedures will be reviewed and updated regularly in line with our risk assessment.
- Should you wish to see a copy of the schools risk assessment (which has been reviewed and agreed already by WCC), please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy.
We have updated some one way system information. Please see the updated timings below (v6!)!
Please note: the timings document and one-way plan have been updated and will be in effect from Tuesday 22nd September 2020 (Majority of changes for Y3-6).
Due to a rise in cases in Rugby, WCC have advised all parents to wear face coverings when entering/on school site. We ask all of our families for their co-operation with helping to control the virus. Our staff on gate duty will be wearing a visor from Tuesday 22nd September. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
We often get asked what to do if my child has a cough or a high temperature. Here is some information from Public Health Agency and Department of Education that may help parents to decide what to do.
Please also see the latest government guidance:
Guidance for schools: