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Advice regarding the Coronavirus


Contact with others:

 Any student who may have been in contact with a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19 (including family members, carers or others who may have had close contact), must not attend the school until advised by medical services that they are permitted to do so.


What you should do if you have just returned to the country from an affected area:

 If you have travelled to any of the following areas, please follow the guidance set out below;

Category 1: Students should self-isolate and not attend school, even if they are not exhibiting signs of illness, and call NHS 111 to inform of recent travel.


Category 2: Students do not need to undertake any special measures and can attend school, but if they develop symptoms of flu, they should self-isolate and call NHS 111.


Category 1 countries/areas

Category 2 countries/areas

Wuhan city and Hubei Province (China, see map)




Daegu or Cheongdo (Republic of Korea, see map)

Hong Kong









Republic of Korea*




*Except areas of the country specifically referred to in Category 1.

An advice leaflet from PHE


Advice from Ofqual regarding GCSE exams

 We recognise that students and parents will be concerned about the possible impact of coronavirus on the 2020 summer exam series. Ofqual’s advice at this time is to continue to prepare for exams and other assessments as normal.

Ofqual continues to work closely with exam boards, other regulators and the Department for Education to plan for a range of scenarios, as the public would expect. Our overriding priorities are fairness to students this summer and keeping disruption to a minimum.

It is still many weeks until exams start and we will issue updated advice if necessary, giving schools and colleges as much notice as possible.

The latest updates from Ofqual can be found here:


Where to find the latest information

 Updates on COVID-19:


Guidance for educational settings:


Latest Department for Education information:


Most frequently asked questions:

 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention