Primary School

Reporting covid symptoms after the school closes for Christmas holidays

Dear Parents/Carers,

Our last day of term will be Friday December 18th.

If your child develops symptoms on Saturday 19th or Sunday 20th December, please get them tested and inform school if the test result is positive. You can do this by calling: 07766 510933.

When you leave your message, please include the name of your child, their class and the date that their symptoms started, as well as your own contact details.

(N.B. This messaging service will be monitored up until Thursday 24th December to allow time for test results from the 19th and 20th to be returned.)

From Monday 21st December – If your child develops coronavirus symptoms from Monday 21st December onwards, they must be tested and, if positive, follow the advice of Test and Trace. You do not need to inform the school of any symptoms which occur from this date.

We hope you all have a safe and happy Christmas.

Willington Primary School.

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