To support safe planning for any wider opening, and to continue with the current provision for children of key workers and vulnerable children, it will be helpful to have a clear picture of how many colleagues will be able to come into school and how many will need to remain at home for self-isolation. Schools will send the link to staff but you can also click here to complete the survey. Please answer only once.
Second staff survey
In our previous staff survey, we asked whether you or any members of your household are clinically vulnerable or extremely clinically vulnerable. As understanding of Coronavirus develops, we are increasingly aware of other factors that may impact on our risk assessments and plans for wider opening. For example, last week Public Health England published a report which identified disparities in risk for factors including;
where people live
care home residence
Also according to current government advice, you should consider all other forms of transport before using public transport.
In this survey, we would like to ask for your ethnic background and use of public transport. Together with information which we already hold, including the information you supplied in the previous survey, we will identify whether an individual risk assessment might be appropriate for you.
You may have a number of questions regarding your Childcare Vouchers in these unprecedented times. Our voucher provider, Fideliti, has put together responses to the frequently answered questions they've been receiving. If you wish to make any changes to your childcare vouchers, you'll need to log in to your account on the Fideliti website.
Official communications from our schools will go on their website and twitter accounts. Emergency communications to staff will follow the school’s own telephone contact tree – ie through line managers.
Please be mindful we have to respond to potential Government and public health directives at very short notice.
Please ensure your school has your current phone number.