We are delighted that all of our pupils are set to return from 8th March and we can’t wait to see everyone again. The following documents detail how we are continuing to respond to COVID-19 and the measures we are taking to create a safer environment within our school:

Woodborough School COVID-19 Risk Assessment, September 2020

Risk Assessment Update EQUA, updated March 2021 – Woodborough CE Primary School

Equa schools’ strategy for full opening from 8th March 2021 – Woodborough CE Primary School

Letter to Families re. Full Opening of Woodborough School from 8th March 2021, 26.02.21

Letter to Families re. Rapid lateral flow testing for households and bubbles of school pupils and staff & Support-Childcare Bubbles, 03.03.21

Other useful information will be added to this page on a regular basis...

School Transport

Travelling to school safely

With schools returning to face to face learning from 8 March, the Department for Education (DfE) is encouraging schools to share the following messages on how pupils can travel to and from school safely:

  • if you live a short distance from your school or college, walk, cycle or scoot to and from school wherever it is possible and safe to do so
  • avoid sharing a car with anyone outside of your household or support bubble
  • if you are using public transport to get to school or college, plan ahead and allow more time for your journey
  • when you are travelling by public or dedicated school transport, don’t forget to:
  • wear a face covering (unless you are exempt, including if you are aged 11 and under). It is important you wear them for the entirety of your journey, including inside a bus or train station
  • social distance where possible
  • wash or sanitise your hands regularly
  • be considerate to fellow passengers and staff

Catch-Up Funding

Following the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent closure of schools, the government issued an amount of catch-up funding to all schools to support with closing gaps in learning. The amount of funding allocated is based on pupil numbers and is paid over two financial years. In total we will receive £15 200.

The following documents detail how we have planned to use our catch-up funding:

Catch-Up Funding 2021 Action Plan, WPS

WPS EEF Catch-Up Funding Tiered Model Template, Sept 2020

EEF Covid-19_support_guide_for_schools

Supporting Mental Health

Wiltshire’s Wellbeing Hub providing support to those who need it

The Wiltshire Wellbeing Hub is available to anyone who is struggling during this difficult time – and will now be available on Saturdays.

The hub can help and provide support to those who perhaps don’t have a network around them, and also signpost them to where additional help is available in their local area. Hundreds of community groups, run by volunteers, are still set up across the county, providing invaluable assistance to those who need it.

Find out more about Wiltshire’s Wellbeing Hub

NHS Every Mind Matters

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust – CAMHS
24/7 children’s mental health helpline offering advice guidance and support to children, young people and carers
Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm                                   Tel: 01865 903777
Monday to Friday 5pm – 9am and weekends       Tel: 01865 901000

Visit the website

On Your Mind
Signposts children and young people in Wiltshire to sources of support for good mental health and wellbeing.
Visit the website

School Nursing

The school nursing service is available to support pupils during this time.