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As guidance is constantly being updated, we hope you will find our `Guide for Parents' helpful.  We will ensure the document reflects the latest advice and guidance.  Access the guide here:  Guide for Parents:  What to do if... 

There has been a recent surge in cases in our area and families are asked to be extra vigilant to help us all to stay safe - see below.  


It can be difficult to know whether an illness is simply a cold or if it could be Covid-related.   Here are some helpful hints:  



The following document also contains information for families: click here.

The government updated its guidance for parents on 12th November 2020.  The guidance can be found here.  

Further documents relating to Covid-19 can be found below.  


Please note that all documents including the risk assessment, are operational documents which are subject to continual review and change.  We anticipate there will be frequent revisions in response to continued government guidance, the local context and our own experiences.   Further documents will be uploaded as necessary.  


Risk Assessment                                                   September Letter                                                  


COVID Addendum to Child Protection Policy June 2020                                                   Home to School Transport Arrangements


Covid-19 Sources of Support

Families may find their children asking questions about Covid.  They may be anxious.  Please click on the link below to access a BBC News article, `Coronavirus: Keep it Simple',  which suggests ways of discussing Covid with children.

BBC News Article 


COVID-19 Privacy Notice

Please click here to access our additional Privacy Notice with regards to Covid-19.


Seton School Recovery Plan

During the Autumn Term, as we welcome children back to school, our focus will be on supporting every child to feel safe, secure and settled so they can continue their learning journey with confidence.  We know that some children may need additional social and emotional support to ensure they can access the curriculum and we have put in place comprehensive support systems to facilitate this.   Details of our plans can be found below:

Seton School Recovery Plan 

As always, we welcome your thoughts and suggestions as we adapt and respond to the changing situation.  Please contact us via telephone (01947 840257) or email ( with regard to any aspect of school life.  Working together with our community, we can ensure our children have the best possible learning experiences and eventual success.



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