Scientific evidence now informs us that coronavirus (COVID-19) presents a much lower risk to children than adults of them becoming severely ill and there is no evidence that children transmit the disease any more than adults. Of course, there will still be risks whilst COVID-19 remains in the community, and therefore schools have been be asked to put in place a range of protective measures.

In order to effectively manage the risks that remain, measures have been put in place and this page sets out what parents, carers and children will need to do to help ensure school is as safe as possible for everyone.

Following Government guidelines, here at The Tynings Primary School we continue to provide an education for all your children, whether that is in school for Key Worker and vulnerable pupils or online.

More information about the specific measures put in place please see our updated, detailed in our Risk Assessment Lockdown January 2021 plan & RA (2)

Parent Guide to Ordering Uniform

27 May 2021

Here is the guide to ordering uniform.  We advise you to place your order or book an appointment instore as soon as possible to ensure delivery before the start of the new academic year - www.mon...

Lockdown January 2021 Plan & RA (2)

29 Jan 2021

Please find attached our latest COVID-19 Plan & Risk Assessment Lockdown January 2021 Plan & RA (2)

What to do if you receive a Head Bump notification

15 Jan 2020

If your child bumps their head during school you will receive a notification via SZapp and/or email.  Should the injury be a little more serious you will receive a phone call informing you of the...

Parent Governor

02 Dec 2019

We currently have a vacancy for a Parent Governor at school.  If you would like to make a difference please click on the links below to see the information letter and application form. Vacancy Le...