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COVID-19 School Information

Welcome to the New Academic Year 2020-21

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View the video above where Mrs Kennedy-Weeks explains some of changes at school due to COVID-19.

Please read the important information shared by Mrs Kennedy-Weeks in the following document regarding the sharing of COVID-19 information during the Christmas break:

Below is a link to view a social story to help explain the COVID-19 related changes over the Christmas period:

COVID-19 Compliancy and Morning Routine Agreements:

A COVID-19 Compliancy Agreement, see above, summarises information, which Millfield will follow to ensure we meet guidance set by the Department for Education, but also how Millfield children and their families will need to respond. Please read this and share appropriately with your child.


Below is a document to support your child with the new morning routine:

Part of the morning routine is a visual for parents/carers to share with their child/ren.


Coming to School

Today is a school day. School is important and is a place where we come to learn, have fun and see our friends. When I am at school, my family are busy too. We have a special sequence for saying 'goodbye'.

It's great to all meet up again at the end of the day and share what we have done.

COVID-19 Catch-Up Strategy

Support for parents/carers:

Advice for parents/carers regarding possible coronavirus symptoms:

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For further resources, advice and links regarding Wellbeing, please click on the link below:

Remote Home Learning Offers:

As you may be aware, in the event that your child is unable to attend school due to COVID-19 restrictions, schools are required to provide a remote learning offer. Our offer outlined below is designed to cover a number of scenarios including if the whole class is isolating or just a smaller number of children, but we do appreciate that not every set of circumstances may be covered. As we have shared since March 2020: Just do what you can, when you can. However, if the needs of your child cannot be met through the provision we have outlined, please make contact with your child’s class teacher to discuss your concerns. Please click on the relevant Key Stage document to access the remote learning offer for your child/ren.

Home Learning:

Home Learning Information for bubble group closure can be found in the Year Group Pages on the website:

Home Learning Information for children who are absent from school in relation to COVID-19 can be found in the Temporary Home Learning Packs section on the website:

Other useful websites to support home learning:

Online safety at home.

Please click on the links below to access different packs to support with online safety at home.



Consistent routines are important for behaviour and wellbeing in school, as well as at home. Routines support behaviour and you will be finding a new rhythm with your family. Below is a daily  checklist you could share this with your child. Talk and plan with your child a routine supports the whole family.

Ensuring that you have fun as a family is an important aspect to include in your daily routine. Click on the document below to provide you with daily activity ideas:

For further resources, advice and links for SEND and Inclusion please click on the link below: