Guidance for parents/carers regarding COVID19
Education has been severely disrupted by Covid19 and as such we strongly encourage attendance as far as possible within the guidelines.
If your child has a high temperature (38 degrees Celsius or above), a persistent/continuous cough, or loss or change in their normal sense of taste or smell the household is to isolate for at least 10 days and arrange to have a test for those that are symptomatic. When the test result is negative they can return to school. Any positive test results must be immediately reported to the school (email: email@example.com ), out of hours a message can also be sent to 07761 613104.
The following link provides more detailed advice for households:
The situation can change rapidly so please check the current government advice in case it has changed.
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I am in the privileged position to be Headteacher of Northleach CE Primary School. Our school is fully committed to ensuring all children receive the very best education they deserve and that they leave our school with excellent foundations for the rest of life’s challenges. We are very proud of our high academic results, our outstanding behaviour and our close links with the community and church.
Our school ethos is inspired by ‘We love, we give, we grow’, illustrating our core beliefs in being at the heart of the community, caring about all those around us and striving for the very best that we can be. We are constantly determined to move the school forward, with all staff completely committed to making this good school even better. I encourage parents to share their views with the school and I will be in the playground at the start and end of as many days as possible.
Miss Kirsty Williams, Headteacher
“This church school aims to serve its community by providing education of the highest quality within the context of a Christian belief and practice. We encourage an understanding of the meaning and significance of faith and promote Christian values through the experience we offer all our pupils.”
Our Church School Vision is strongly rooted in Christian values. “Like a tree firmly planted by streams of living water” (Psalm 1)