FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The safety, health and wellbeing of our pupils and staff remain our priority. We are being continually guided by the UK Government and other organisations, particularly the Boarding Schools Association’s Covid-Safe Charter, in our decision-making to ensure the safety of the whole school community.

The aim of the FAQs is to set out our current thinking and address questions we have encountered. We will be undertaking a regular review of our processes and intend to keep these pages updated as advice changes and our policies and approaches develop.

As soon as we are aware of any developments or changes, we shall update our FAQs.

Introduction


Asymptomatic testing


Suspected or Positive Covid-19 cases in school or at home


Summary of preventative measures


Year Group Bubbles


Academic and Teaching topics


Pastoral and House/Tutor topics

Co-curricular activities, including Music and Sport

Catering arrangements

School Buses and Travel arrangements

Boarders

Visitors - e.g. Parents Evenings, Partnership and Commercial Activities

Contingency plans in the event of future lockdowns

Summary: reminder of actions required by parents and pupils

  • Be cautious with possible Covid-19 symptoms: stay at home and get tested if concerned - don’t come to school
  • Inform the school if your child develops symptoms of Covid-19
  • Immediately tell the Health Centre if your child, or any member of your household, tests positive for Covid-19: 01473 326230 or email healthcentre@royalhospitalschool.org
  • Bring in a water bottle as drinking fountains have been disabled and replaced with refill stations
  • Respect the visitor policy of essential visitors only
  • Resolve any remote learning technology difficulties (e.g. poor home WiFi) as far as is possible in case of a return to remote learning.
Covid-Safe Charter Member School