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St. Cenydd Community School

St. Cenydd Community School

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Please see update - 29 April with Letter to Parents and Carers - Learning from Home.

Please see update - 23 April with Headteacher Letter to Parents and Carers of Y6 prospective St Cenydd pupils.

Please see update - 19 April with Headteacher letter to Pupils.

Please see update - 19 April with Headteacher letter to Parents and CARERs.

Please see update - 6 April with Headteacher letter to pupils.

Please see update - 6 April with Headteacher letter to parents and cArers.

Please see update from CCBC - 1 April regarding free school meals.

Please see update from CCBC - 27 March regarding free school meals.

Please see update - 26 March with Headteacher letter regarding GCSE and A Levels.

Please see update from CCBC - 25 March regarding Free School Meals.

Please see update from CCBC - 22 March regarding collection of free school meal provision.

Please see update from CCBC - 20 March 8.45pm with childcare hubs for emergency and social care staff information.

Please see update from CCBC - 20 March 6.30pm with FREE SCHOOL MEAL Information.

Please see update from CCBC - 20 march with headteacher letter.

Please see  Update - 18 MArch 7.30pm with Headteacher letter.

PLEASE SEE THE UPDATED GUIDANCE REGARDING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) - updated 18 March 2020 with headteacher letter.

Please see update - 16 March with Headteacher letter.

 

The current advice, which is subject to change, is that if you or anyone in your household has a high temperature or a new and continuous cough - even if its mild then

  1. everyone in your household must stay at home for 14 days and keep away from others
  2. do not go to the GP, pharmacy or hospital.  Go to NHS Direct Wales to check your symptoms and follow the specialist medical advice.  Only call NHS 111 if your symptoms worsen
  3. protect older people and those with existing health conditions by avoiding contact

Please report your child's absence in the usual way.

Please click here to see further government advice.

Please click here to see the detailed advice on the Public Health Wales website.

Please click here to see government advice for schools.

Please click here to see NHS advice.

There is further guidance with regard to advice to self isolate for those over 70, those under 70 with underlying health conditions and those who are pregnant.  Please click here for further information especially with regard to those with underlying health conditions

Please see below further guidance.

Anyone returning to the UK from Hubei Province of China, Iran, Daegu or Cheongdo areas of South Korea, specific regions of Northern Italy between 19th February and 8th March 2020, or returned from any part of Italy after 9th March 2020, even if they do not have symptoms, should

  • Stay indoors and avoid contact with other people (self- isolate) for 14 days unless tested and advised otherwise by Public Health Wales.
  • Not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital, but check their symptoms against the call NHS Direct Wales website 
  • Only call NHS Direct for medical advice if advised to do so using the symptom checker, and follow any medical advice
  • Maps of the specific regions referred to above may be found here

Anyone who has travelled to the UK from another area of Italy not referred to above before 9th March 2020, or mainland China (outside od Hubei province) or South Korea (outside of Daegu or Cheongdo), Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar or Vietnam in the last 14 days and is experiencing a cough, fever or shortness of breath, even if symptoms are mild, should

  • Stay indoors and avoid contact with other people (self-isolate) for 14 days, unless tested and advised otherwise by Public Health Wales.
  • Not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital, but check their symptoms against the call NHS Direct Wales website
  • Only call NHS Direct for medical advice if advised to do so using the symptom checker, and follow any medical advice.