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School Outbreak Management Plan 

School Reopening Risk Assessment  - Covid-19

Updated Covid Risk Assessment March 2022

Sefton Public Health  ( March 2022) 

Should pupils or staff with COVID-19 or symptoms of COVID-19 attend school?


As per national guidance (COVID-19: people with COVID-19 and their contacts): ‘Children and young people with COVID-19 should not attend their education setting while they are infectious. They should take an LFD test from 5 days after their symptoms started (or the day their test was taken if they did not have symptoms) followed by another one the next day. If both these test results are negative, they should return to their educational setting if they normally attend one, as long as they feel well enough to do so and do not have a temperature. They should follow the guidance for their educational setting.’



The Remote Education Information is intended to provide clarity and transparency to parent and carers about what to expect from remote education in the event of:


  • A full school closure, except for vulnerable children and children of critical workers
  • Entire classes  required to remain at home or self-isolate
  • Groups of pupils required to remain at home or self-isolate
  • Individual pupils required to self-isolate