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Face Coverings Re-introduced

Firstly, can I thank you all for ensuring that your child is continuing to test twice a week; this is clearly picking up the asymptomatic cases. In order to avoid a return to class bubbles, restricted practical lessons and segregated social spaces, we have re-introduced the need for all students to wear a face covering whilst using indoor social spaces and in corridors. In order to support this, and minimise any potential disruption to learning in the future, please can you ensure your child attends schools with a face covering in their blazer pocket (unless previously exempt) as well as a spare in their bag. Please rest assured, this is a proactive measure at present as we are well below the Government thresholds for returning to class bubbles etc.
Additionally, please ensure that your child has their own hand sanitiser, all of their own equipment as well as their own water bottle; all of which I would advise are clearly labelled.
Finally, please follow this link to see an update letter from the Local Authority.

Chris Taylor
Head of School
Clacton County High School

Face Coverings

In line with the national guidance, students, staff and any visitors to school are currently required to wear a face covering, unless exempt, in all communal areas or public spaces on the school site; this also applies to students travelling on public transport and for parents when attending any meetings in school.
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Covid-19 Testing

IMPORTANT: Please ensure that your child continues to test at home twice weekly on Wednesday and Sunday using the Lateral Flow Device tests they are given by their form tutors.

If you have run out of LFD tests you can collect a box from reception between 9am-3pm.

Remember to log all results on the Test Register and Government websites;
any Positive cases should be reported the school.
We need to keep working together to keep each other safe.
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