September 2021 - Covid 19 Prevention Risk Assessment
July 2021 - Covid 19 Prevention Risk Assessment
May 2021 - Covid 19 Prevention Risk Assessment
March 2021 - Covid 19 Prevention Risk Assessment
March 2021 - Please click on the link below to access information relating to asymptomatic testing for children.
Please click here to access our Remote Learning Information for Parents
Click here to view some links to useful online learning platforms.
Microsoft Teams Guides
19 October 2020
In order to ensure that learning is continued, irrespective of lockdown and self-isolation, Hornsea Burton and Skipsea Federation has developed a Remote Learning Plan. Please click on the link below to access the plan.
29 September 2020
Important information for parents
23 September 20
Letter for parents about COVID-19 symptoms
Public Health England have produced a letter for schools to distribute to parents which explains when a person requires a coronavirus test and what the symptoms of coronavirus are. The Department would be grateful if you could share and circulate this letter amongst parents at your school.
The intention of the letter is to help prevent children being taken out of school unnecessarily and answer some of the questions parents may have around testing.
21 September 2020
The Local Authority has updated guidance regarding wearing of face masks in school. Please see the link below.
16 September 2020
Click here for a quick reference guide for parent/cares regarding Covid-19 related pupil absence.
12 September 2020
Letter from Mrs Shiels to parent/carers, please click on the link below to access the document.
15 July 2020
Letter to parents/carers regarding the school re-opening to all pupils in September 2020
Mrs Shiels has written an informative letter to parents/carers with information about the return to school in September 2020, please click here to access the letter.
29 June 2020
Advice to parents and carers on keeping children safe from abuse and harm can be accessed by clicking on the link below:
Vulnerable children and young people
Vulnerable children and young people include those who:
Parents whose work is critical to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and EU transition response include those who work in health and social care and in other key sectors outlined in the following sections.
Health and social care
This includes, but is not limited to, doctors, nurses, midwives, paramedics, social workers, care workers, and other frontline health and social care staff including volunteers; the support and specialist staff required to maintain the UK’s health and social care sector; those working as part of the health and social care supply chain, including producers and distributors of medicines and medical and personal protective equipment.
Education and childcare
Key public services
Local and national government
This only includes those administrative occupations essential to the effective delivery of:
Food and other necessary goods
This includes those involved in food:
Public safety and national security
Transport and border
This includes those who will keep the air, water, road and rail passenger and freight transport modes operating during the coronavirus (COVID-19) response and EU transition, including those working on transport systems through which supply chains pass and those constructing or supporting the operation of critical transport and border infrastructure through which supply chains pass.
Utilities, communication and financial services
01 June 2020
Please report absences on the first morning of illness on 01964 536594.
School Absence - Guide for Parents. The Local Authority has provided a leaflet for parents (version 4) regarding medical appointments and illness. The leaflet explains when to contact the school if your child is absent from day 1 and offers advice if/when you child becomes ill
Medi Info (Head Lice)
At Hornsea Burton Primary School we acknowledge the importance of sun protection and want staff and pupils to enjoy the sun safely. We will work with staff, pupils and parents to achieve this.
Parents/carers can ensure that pupils are adequately protected by providing them with:
- appropriate clothing, including hats, between April and September
- an application of a long lasting high factor sunscreen (SPF 15+) before school, and at lunch-time if necessary
SLIP SLOP SLAP: to SLIP ON A T-SHIRT, SLOP ON THE SUNCREEN, SLAP ON A HAT.
Teachers and other support staff are not legally obliged to administer sunscreens, therefore the support and co-operation of parents/carers is essential. Parents/carers have prime responsibility for their child’s health.
Following the Department for Educations ‘Universal Infant Free School Meals’ initiative, from September 2014 all our Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children will be eligible for a Free School meal.
We would ask that you encourage your child to take up the hot meal offer, but accept that some of you may prefer to provide a packed lunch for your child. A menu is available to you on the school website, www.hornseaburton.eriding.net, school notice board and sent home to help you make an informed choice.
If you have other children in Years 3 and above their meals provision has not changed. These children will still be offered a free school lunch, but only if their parent/guardian is in receipt of welfare benefits. An application for free school meals is available from the Local Authority. For those children not eligible for a free meal in Years 3 and above, the price per day for a school meal will be £2.45.
If you have any further questions regarding school meals or Pupil Premium funding then please don’t hesitate to contact the school office.
QUALITY MARK AWARD
We are delighted to annouce the school has been awarded the Basic Skills Primary Quality Mark Award for the 6th time (21 January 2019).
The award promotes, supports and celebrates progress and improvements made by a school in English and Mathematics. There are 10 elements of the Quality Mark framework which are assessed and externally exmained.
NHS East Riding of Yorkshire
The NHS have been working on a small PDF booklet Your Health Prevention and Lifestyle Services which includes information regarding the importance of smokefree homes, some hints and tips on being healthy, and information on how families across the East Riding can access our services.
Urgent treatment services have been introduced across the East Riding, to assist you in deciding who to contact and where to go and we have attached the following information.