Information For Parents
Please look out for parentmails from the school for all Covid-related information and updates. If you are having issues receiving Parentmails please email email@example.com
For COVID Risk Assessments see section headed 'Risk Assessments' under 'Key Information'.
Links to key documents
From Tuesday 5th January Marian Vian will remain closed to the vast majority of pupils until further notice. The school will be open for the children of critical workers and vulnerable children with an Educational Heath Care Plan (EHCP) and those with a designated social worker. This is strictly by prior arrangement with the school. Information about who can access school during this time can be found in the link here:
Please contact the school for more information.
Here is a link to the latest government guidance for households with possible coronavirus infection.
Here is a link to the latest government guidance for contacts of people with possible or confirmed coronavirus who do not live with the person.
If you have been informed, either by school or by NHS Track and Trace, that your child is a contact of someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, they must self-isolate at home for 10 days from the date of their last contact with the person who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Self-isolation means they must stay at home and not leave the house for 10 days.
It is very important that you follow this advice even if they feel well, as symptoms can take up to 10 days to appear from their last contact with the person who has tested positive for COVID-19.
Self-isolating in this way will help protect your family, friends, the wider community and the NHS. Anyone who is notified that they are a contact of someone who has tested positive and is advised to self-isolate has a legal duty to self-isolate. Failure to comply may result in a fine.
If you are unclear about instructions given to you by school or don't know what action to take please contact the school office for more help.