This page aims to outline learning arrangements and changes to standard school procedure during the COVID-19 outbreak.
These measures will be in place until further notice, based on Government advice.
COVID-19 - School Reopening in March 2021
Student COVID-19 Testing Timetable
Students can find out when they should come into school for their COVID-19 test on the timetable below:
Student COVID-19 Testing Procedure
Student COVID-19 Testing Video Guide
Mr Wilding and Mr Smith outline the procedure for student COVID-19 tests in school.
A Summary of the plans from September 2020 reopening can be found below:
Derby City Council have issued a message regarding attendance following school re-opening in March 2021.
COVID-19 - Absence FAQ
The document below, provided by Derby City Council outlines what you should do if you know someone who has or may have COVID-19.
- COVID-19 - Absence - Frequently Asked Questions
- COVID-19 - Absence - Frequently Asked Questions (Arabic)
- COVID-19 - Absence - Frequently Asked Questions (Czech)
- COVID-19 - Absence - Frequently Asked Questions (Latvian)
- COVID-19 - Absence - Frequently Asked Questions (Polish)
- COVID-19 - Absence - Frequently Asked Questions (Slovak)
COVID-19 - Amendments to School Rules and Policies
Due to the circumstances surrounding the Coronavirus outbreak, we have temporarily made some important changes to school policies. These can be found below:
COVID-19 "Bubbles" Information
From September 2020, during the COVID-19 outbreak, students will be organised into "bubbles" whilst at school.
Information regarding the bubbles can be found below:
COVID-19 - Face masks/PPE
Latest advice from WHO on wearing of face masks for young people is as follows:
‘Children who are in general good health can wear a non-medical or fabric mask. This provides source control, meaning it keeps the virus from being transmitted to others if they are infected and are not aware that they are infected. The adult who is providing the mask should ensure the fabric mask is the correct size and sufficiently covers the nose, mouth and chin of the child.
Children with underlying health conditions such as cystic fibrosis, cancer or immunosuppression, should, in consultation with their medical providers, wear a medical mask. A medical mask controls spreading of the virus and protection to the wearer, and is recommended for anyone who is at higher risk of getting seriously ill from COVID-19.’
COVID-19 - Sixth Form Information
The following information is specifically for LCS Sixth Form students information related to the COVID-19 outbreak.