Coronavirus (COVID-19)

    Coronavirus: meeting expectations set from school

    If school staff have concerns about what is expected of them the first course of action is to speak to their line manager or headteacher and ascertain what is expected of them before taking the necessary steps to work out how that might be achieved.

    Coronavirus: Easter holidays

    Where possible, the Department encourage childcare providers, schools and colleges to continue to look after critical workers’ childcare and vulnerable children throughout the Easter holidays.

    Coronavirus: school governors

    The DfE advises against governing bodies meeting in person, and to instead adopt alternative arrangements, for example, by using video or teleconferencing applications. These may include but are not limited to: Skype, Microsoft Teams and Zoom.

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    • Coronavirus: meeting expectations set from school

      If school staff have concerns about what is expected of them the first course of action is to speak to their line manager or headteacher and ascertain what is expected of them before taking the necessary steps to work out how that might be achieved.

    • Coronavirus: Easter holidays

      Where possible, the Department encourage childcare providers, schools and colleges to continue to look after critical workers’ childcare and vulnerable children throughout the Easter holidays.

    • Coronavirus: school governors

      The DfE advises against governing bodies meeting in person, and to instead adopt alternative arrangements, for example, by using video or teleconferencing applications. These may include but are not limited to: Skype, Microsoft Teams and Zoom.