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Headteacher - Mrs Fiona Wharton

Guiseley Primary School



Risk Assessment

The risk assessment below is based on the guidance provided by Leeds City Council.  It will be reviewed regularly and the most recent version uploaded.

Risk Assessment December 2021

Guiseley Primary Outbreak Management Plan - September 2021


September 2021

Guidance for schools - updated 27.8.21

Guidance for parents - updated 17.8.21


Flowcharts for testing and self isolating

Flowcharts for symptomatic and positive cases v9 090921.pdf

Flow chart for isolation periods for close contacts V1.1 090921.pdf

Remote learning for pupils, parents and carers January 2021


Having a test for coronavirus - a resource to reduce anxiety for children

Lenny and Lily in Lockdown

Lenny and Lily Return to School



Covid-19 Absence Guide for Parents

Please use the link below for advice and guidance regarding children being absent from school.

Covid absence guide for parents.pdf


Further information for parents

Up to date information about the return to school on 7th September 2021 will be emailed to parents.  If you have any questions please feel free to call the school office on 01943 873359 or email on



Department for Education coronavirus helpline

The Department for Education coronavirus helpline is available to answer questions about COVID-19 relating to education and children’s social care. Staff, parents and young people can contact this helpline as follows:

Phone: 0800 046 8687

Opening hours:
8am to 6pm – Monday to Friday
10am to 4pm – Saturday and Sunday


Coronavirus (COVID 19) advice and information


Handwashing advice

It is essential that everyone washes their hands more often, using soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Hand washing with soap employs mechanical action that loosens bacteria and viruses from the skin, rinsing them into the drain. Drying hands afterwards makes the skin less hospitable to the virus. Hand sanitiser can be effective if soap is not available or the situation makes using soap less feasible (i.e. when outside) but using hand sanitiser provides none of the virus-destroying friction that rubbing your hands together and rinsing with water provides.


Advice and Support



Free Debt Counselling
weighed_down_by_debt leaflet.pdf
0800 328 0006

Self-employment and Universal Credit

Housing / Rent

Citizens Advice

0113 2234400

Money Information Centre / Better Leeds Communities Advice
Provides support for debt, housing and benefit issues.
0113 275 4142



Free School Meals
If you think your child may now be eligible for free school meals, please use the online


Local Welfare Support Team
Food provision across Leeds

0113 3760330

Otley Food Bank
Based out of Otley Parish Church
07464 974993 and 07881 876696
Email –



Leeds Children Social Work Services 
Access to social services for support with any significant safeguarding or well-being issues.
0113 2224403

Leeds Domestic Violence Service
Support for anyone suffering or witnessing domestic violence
0113 2460401

NHS Silvercloud
An online support programme for parents and carers that is free to sign up to and has been developed in partnership between the clinical experts from within the NHS and other mental health support services.

They offer specific support programmes around:
• Stress management
• Emotional health and building resilience
• Overcoming sleep difficulties


Safer Leeds - Domestic Violence campaign and messages
Safer Leeds have updated their website to include useful information for victims of Domestic Violence and people delivering services. The link below is for parents and carers to access to access support. 
Twitter on @saferleeds and @LCCnews.


Home Learning

Early Years

The Department for Education’s Hungry Little Minds campaign features tips and practical activities that parents can do at home with children to support their early learning. There are many simple ways to help children learn and it does not have to feel like ‘learning’. Having everyday conversations, make-believe play and reading together all make a big difference to children’s development.  Parents may also find the BBC’s Tiny Happy People useful.  Please use the links below.

Hungry Little Minds

Tiny Happy People


Guidance on helping children aged 2 to 4 learn at home can be found here:


Guidance on helping primary school aged children learn at home can be found here:


Guidance on helping children with special educational needs and disabilities learn at home can be found here:


BBC Bitesize

Child Friendly Leeds has a page aimed at parents with guidance, activities and creative ideas for families.