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Last updated on 2 June 2020
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As you reopen to more pupils, you'll need to monitor the measures you've put in place to reduce risks on site. Download our checklist for daily and weekly tasks that'll help you keep on top of your arrangements.

2 June 2020: we’ve updated our checklist – where it previously focused on putting health and safety and social distancing measures in place, it’s now designed to help you monitor whether those measures are working well.

Download our checklist

Our checklist reflects the measures you're likely to have put in place in line with government guidance on how to reduce the risk of coronavirus spreading between people at school. You may need to add, remove or adapt tasks to reflect your specific arrangements. 

Sources

  • Department for Education guidance on:
  • Scott Crichton, senior health and safety consultant with Ellis Whittam. Scott is a chartered member of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and a graduate member of the Institute of Fire Engineers. He has over 10 years' experience of health and safety across both public and private sectors, and is also a school governor

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