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  • Coronavirus: compliance checklist Download our checklist to make sure you're taking all the necessary steps to keep your staff and pupils safe and educated. Use it to help you confidently speak to inspectors from the Health and Safety Executive or Ofsted about your compliance with requirements on protective measures, remote learning provision and more.
  • Coronavirus: extended provision risk assessment Use our risk assessment to help you set the protective measures you have in place for your extended provision, such as after-school and breakfast clubs.
  • Coronavirus: how to approach cleaning in your school Find out what regular cleaning arrangements you should have in place to minimise the chance of coronavirus spreading in your school. Plus, download our checklist for a deep clean in the event of a suspected case of COVID-19, so you can be confident you've got everything covered.
  • Coronavirus: how to deliver assemblies to multiple groups The DfE has advised against mixing groups of pupils in large gatherings such as assemblies or collective worship. Here are some alternative solutions for when you want to bring your whole school together during partial closure.
  • Coronavirus: how to manage drop offs and pick ups By now you’ll have put measures in place to help keep pupils, staff and parents safe as they enter and leave your school. We've highlighted some common issues schools are experiencing and provided practical solutions to help you tweak your system. Download our template letter to update parents on any changes you're making.
  • Coronavirus: keeping self-isolation records Download our template to collect records of who is self-isolating and who has tested positive for COVID-19. Plus, get clear on when you can share this information under data protection law, including when and what you can tell others about a confirmed case in school.
  • Coronavirus: pupil hygiene and wellbeing posters Use our child-friendly posters on health and hygiene around your school. They'll help you signpost pupils where to go if they're displaying symptoms, how to safely remove their face covering and wash their hands properly.
  • Coronavirus: responding to a suspected case in school Download our flowcharts outlining the steps to take if a pupil or staff member develops coronavirus symptoms in school, or if they're asymptomatic and get a positive lateral flow test result. Now up to date for primary and secondary schools with the DfE's operational guidance that applies from 8 March.