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Closure of educational settings: Information for parents and carers - Published 19 March 20


Covid - 19 Risk Assessment September 2021

Catch-Up Planning for our school - updated Spring 2021


COVID-19 UPDATES 2020-21

March 2021

The school will fully re-open for all learners from Monday 8th March, in line with the Department for Education's 'Schools coronavirus (COVID-19) operational guidance' published February 2021.  The following has been sent to all parents and carers with additional information about our school return:

We have sent a letter to all of our wonderful children, who have coped so well during the recent lockdown:

For the time being, the STAY AT HOME advice remains in place.  The Prime Minister has outlined the roadmap out of lockdown, which is all subject to the national data.  It is essential we all continue to do all we can to keep the spread of coronavirus as low as possible.

stay home protect the NHS save lives

This page will be updated with any changes to our procedures during the coronavirus pandemic.

Please keep checking this page to ensure you are fully up to date with all news.

If you require food bank vouchers, please contact the school as we can issue them. 

The following posts are NOT CURRENT but have been left on the site in case needed for reference (contact numbers, external agencies, etc.).

January 2021

On the evening of Monday 4th January, 2021, the Prime Minister announced a full national lockdown which means that schools will immediately close for face-to-face education for all pupils except those who are considered to be vulnerable or Critical Workers.  The full details about the national lockdown can be found here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/national-lockdown-stay-at-home

From Tuesday 5th January, all children not in school will engage in remote education, learning at home.

The government has updated the guidance document 'Children of critical workers and vulnerable children who can access schools or educational settings', dated 8th January 2021.

Guidance for Children of critical workers and vulnerable children has been updated to state: 'Children with at least one parent or carer who is a critical worker can go to school or college if required, but parents and carers should keep their children at home if they can.'  Please see letter below sent on 11th January 2021.

Please see letter from the Local Authority dated 18th January 2021:

stay home protect the NHS save lives

This page will be updated with any changes to our procedures during the coronavirus pandemic.

Please keep checking this page to ensure you are fully up to date with all news.

If you require food bank vouchers, please contact the school as we can issue them. 

Christmas 2020

Please see the letter below regarding Christmas holidays 2020. 

If your child tests postiive for Covid-19 and started with symptoms before 3.30pm on Sunday 20th December, please inform school via email - beamont.office@wpat.uk.

If your chid tests positive for Covid-19 after 24th December, please inform school via email - beamont.office@wpat.uk - to confirm their return to school date.

If you travel abroad during the Christmas holidays, please visit https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice for travel advice regarding self isolation periods on your return, and inform the school via email - beamont.office@wpat.uk.

The school email address will be monitored daily throughout the holiday period.  School re-opens on Monday 4th January 2021.


Warrington Foodbank Christmas Opening Times:

Christmas Eve         10.00 am till 12.00 noon

Christmas Day         Closed.

Boxing Day               Closed.

Sunday 27th             Closed.

Monday 28th             4.30 pm till 6.00 pm.


New Year's Eve        10.00 am till 12.00 noon

New Year's Day        Closed.

Saturday 02nd Jan   Closed.

Sunday 03rd Jan      Closed.

Monday 04th Jan      4.30 pm till 6.00pm.


COVID 2020 Winter Grant

If you think you may be eligible for the Winter Grant please https://www.warrington.gov.uk/COVID2020-WG.  The website outlines eligibility for the grant which can be used to cover food, heating, electricity, cooking, and water needs.   Eligible applicants should have received a letter from Warrington Borough Council, but in case you may have missed it, all criteria are outlined on the web page above.

Procedures and updates - Autumn 2020

September 2020

The school is following the DfE guidance for full opening for the Autumn term, 2020.  The full guidance from the Department for Education can be found here.


This page will contain all of the latest updates since the announcements around partial school closures.

Please keep checking this page to ensure you are fully up to date with all news.

If you require food bank vouchers, please contact the school as we can issue them. 

Update 11.05.20

Following the Prime Ministers announcement on 10 May our school will remain open to only key worker and vulnerable children until further notice. We are going to expand our schools on site educational provision in a planned and measured way. This will be in a phased return. We are currently awaiting detailed guidance as promised by the Government and will act upon this to ensure the safety and security of all pupils, staff and visitors. We will keep parents and carers fully informed moving forwards.

School News Feed
  • Important
    31 December 2020
    Monday 4th January 2021
    Dear Parents and Carers I hope that you and your family are enjoying the school holidays and festivities. As we approach the end of the break, I am writing to confirm that school will re-open on Monday 4th January 2021, as planned. The government announced yesterday that Warrington has now moved into Tier 4 restrictions, which is a 'stay at home' message. However, children's education should be as constant as possible and so school will remain open. Further information is available here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/tier-4-stay-at-home Tier 4: Stay at Home - GOV.UK If you live in a Tier 4 area, you must follow the rules below. This means that you cannot leave or be outside of the place you are living unless you have a reasonable excuse. You cannot meet other ... www.gov.uk In school, we will continue to operate and review our risk assessments to prevent the spread of coronavirus whilst in school. We ask, as always, that you support us in this by making sure your entire household isolates as soon as possible if any of you display any symptoms, and that you make sure the symptomatic person gets a test as soon as possible. Further information can be found here: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/symptoms/ Symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) - NHS Get a test to check if you have coronavirus as soon as possible. You and anyone you live with should stay at home and not have visitors until you get your test result – only leave your home to have a test. Anyone in your support bubble should also stay at home if you have been in close contact ... www.nhs.uk If you would like to contact us about this at all, please do so via email - beamont.office@wpat.uk. This will be monitored before our return to school and we will reply as soon as possible. If you would like to discuss anything, please add your telephone number to the email and I will attempt to telephone you on Sunday. Please be assured that we will continue in our efforts to make sure your children receive a high quality education whilst maintaining our risk assessments which have been in place, and constantly reviewed, since the start of the pandemic. I know that the celebrations this new year will be very different as it is essential that we all stay at home, but I would like to wish you all a peaceful and Happy New Year. Karen Morris Headteacher Beamont Primary School T: 01925 630143 | E: beamont.head@wpat.uk | https://www.beamontprimary.co.uk Postal address: Beamont Primary School | O’Leary Street | Warrington | WA2 7RQ
  • Important
    19 March 2020
    Closure of School
    Dear Parents/ Carers, Please find attached a letter regarding our school closure!
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