The information below describes the adaptations we are making in response to the current public health situation. Our full risk assessment for COVID-19 can be found in general information below.
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Students should self-isolate if:
- they have had a positive polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test;
- they have had a positive lateral flow device (LFD) test;
- they have symptoms of COVID-19;
- they have been advised to by Public Health England, the UK Health Security Agency and/or the Department of Health and Social Care.
If a student has a positive LFD test or they have symptoms of COVID-19, then a parent/carer should book a PCR test for the student as soon as possible by clicking here.
Students do not have to self-isolate if they have been a close contact of someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 on a PCR test. A parent/carer should book a PCR test for the student as soon as possible by clicking here. The student can continue to attend school, unless they receive a positive result from this test.
Reporting self-isolation and School at Home
- Inform the school of your child’s absence in the usual way using the absence function in EduLink One. Please give the reason that your child needs to self-isolate due to coronavirus.
- Check the school procedure for reporting a coronavirus absence in the document below.
- Arrange the appropriate coronavirus test .
- Start to prepare for a period of School at Home. Your child will need your support to get started. Click on the link to find guidance on School at Home for individual students.
- How to notify the school of a positive case of COVID 19 updated 11 December 2020
- Information for parents and carers on suspected COVID 19
- Data protection Covid testing FAQs Amended
- Essential equipment list 2021
- How to do your test COVID 19 instruction leaflet for schools
- KTS covid risk assessment 7Jan22
- Privacy Notice KTS Student Lateral Flow Testing Jan 2021 Amended
- Privacy Notice school and college testing from home
- What to expect from a Knights Templar School education for students