Colvestone Primary School | COVID-19
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Colvestone Primary School

Keeping safe during COVID-19

Colvestone COVID Risk Assessment – Updated March 2021**


If you have any concerns whilst you are working online there are clear reporting routes in place so that you can raise anything you need to whilst online. If you have a concern about a child/peer please also report this. It is important we are doing all we can to support each other whilst we under the lock-down.
Visit Childline ( for support and advice. You can start 1-2-1 chats online on the website or ring them on 08001111. There is also some great material on there to help boost your mood and support your general mental health in these challenging circumstances.
Use UK Safer Internet Centre ( – to report and remove harmful online content.

Use CEOP ( for advice on making a report about online abuse.

Parent and Carer Mental Health
The NSPCC has a lot of advice and support for parents and carers
If you believe your child is experiencing anxiety please look at these resources: 
This website reminds us that it’s OK to take personal alone time as a parent/carer


The Prime Minister announced the potential phased return of children in certain year groups. Since those plans were announced, our Senior Leadership Team have worked with the framework provided by the DFE and local authority to prepare arrangements to support a safe and phased return for the following year groups: Reception, Year 1 and Year 6.


Please click on the links below for the latest government guidance about the reopening of schools.

Online Safety

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy COVID annex









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