Return to school – Monday 8th March

We are really looking forward to seeing all of our children on Monday 8th March.

Return to school 8th March

Claverley CE Primary Risk Assessment March 2021 F

Following the announcement that schools will be open to all children, here is a reminder of some key information. The start and end of day times and procedures remain the same, but here is a reminder:-

Blue – Arrive: 8.45am  Depart: 3.10pm

Red – Arrive: 8.50am  Depart 3.15pm

Yellow –  Arrive: 8.55am  Depart 3.05pm

Green  – Arrive 9.00am Depart 3.00pm

  • Please arrive and depart promptly.
  • Please ensure you maintain 2m distancing at the start and end of the day – this is so important to keep the class ‘bubbles’ apart. If there happened to be a positive case of Covid19 within school, and the class ‘bubbles’ were not kept apart, then this could lead to school closure – which we do not want to happen.
  • Children should only be collected by members of their own family/household or support bubble.
  • If you are going to be late collecting, please notify the school.
  • Play dates – we are still in a national lockdown and would therefore ask that you do not organise playdates with other children after school.
  • Illness / Self Isolating
  • Please keep children at home if they are ill.
  • If your child is displaying any coronavirus type symptoms, then they need to stay at home and be booked for a coronavirus test.
  • Inform the school if your child is self-isolating. Please make it clear whether this is because they are a primary contact of someone who has tested positive, or if they have symptoms and are therefore going for a test.
  • Let the school know when the test is booked.
  • As soon as the results of a test are known please inform the school via email: (out of hours) or a phone call (in hours). This is really important.
  • Ensure the school has an accurate email address, as if children are well enough, they will be expected to follow our Remote Learning Policy


Due to the need for prompt arrivals and departures, as well as social distancing, we kindly remind parents that they ring or email the school with any queries.  Please email

Uniform and Belongings

  • Children are expected to wear school uniform and shoes. We do encourage them to bring extra layers (fleece) to put on as the classrooms need to be well ventilated at all times and can get very chilly.
  • Children can come to school in PE uniform all day on PE days (class teachers will remind you of these days)
  • Children must bring in minimal belongings, so just a packed lunch (if required) and water bottle, waterproof coat and reading book, all in ONE bag please.
  • Children must bring a coat as we will be getting outside to give the rooms chance to ventilate. They can also bring a change of shoes/wellies to go on the field at break/lunchtimes and these can be in a separate bag.
  • Children must have long hair tied up for school and clean hands and nails when they arrive.

Thank you so much for all your support throughout the last 8 weeks.  We know that school is still going to be operating in a Covid secure way rather than normal, and we look forward to your continued patience and understanding so that we can keep school as normal as possible for the children, whilst also ensuring it is as safe as possible for all of our school community.

Claverley CE Primary Risk Assessment March 2021

Claverley Remote Learning Offer 2021 (1)

Remote Learning Policy 2021 (2)

Covid catch up premium (1)

Wrap around care

Hannah is able to provide wrap around care for the children who are attending school. Please contact her if this is required.

Coronavirus update December 2020

Updated Risk Assessment Jan 2021

Claverley CE Primary Risk Assessment Jan 2021 (4)

Child protection Addendum Jan 2021

Child Protection Policy Addendum JANUARY 2021 update

BEAM is a drop-in service where you can discuss difficulties with mental health. Although it is currently closed, they are offering support via the telephone. For this support, email


COVID-19 Latest Updates

Using Teams – Remote Learning

We are planning to use Teams as part of our Remote learning. We will begin this on Monday 11th. Whilst this will also be other resources which we will use to support the children with their learning, we hope it will help the children to feel to connected  with each other and the whole school community.
Please could you log in to Office 365 before Monday with your children. Teams meetings are smoother if you download the Teams app but this is not essential. Office 365 will work on many different devices. Many of you will be familiar with Office 365 from your own work or may have other children which use it for school; however,  please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any problems.
If children have not logged in or changed their passwords since we sent them out, then Office 365 is likely to ask the children to change their passwords.
You just need to enter the current password and then create a new password. Office can be a bit awkward about the password you create. It prefers a mix of numbers and letters and preferably not complete words.
Please make a note of it somewhere secure as password resets are not as quick as when we forget the ones for shopping sites!
Mrs Bernasconi

Welcome back!


I hope that you are well and are looking forward to coming back tomorrow. Please see the letter with a few reminders for the coming week. Do consider that as the temperatures are dropping, children will need to be dressed accordingly. The classrooms must be well ventilated and can therefore feel chilly!

Sept 2020

letter for parents re september

Drop off _ collection times

Please click on the tagged link below for more information.