Instructions for what to do if your child has covid symptoms during Easter

What should I do if my child has symptoms when school is closed on the 2nd, 3rd or 4th of April?

  1. Email the school office with the title ‘URGENT COVID SYMPTOMS’

  2. Your child will need to self isolate and take a test as soon as possible.

 Please also complete the following form: 

  1. The quickest way to obtain a test is to book a test at your local testing centre via

  2. If your child’s test comes back negative, you should inform the school through email with the title ‘NEGATIVE TEST RESULT’ and they can stop self isolating

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What should I do if my child has a positive covid test after having symptoms on Friday 2nd/Saturday 3rd or Sunday 4th April?

  1. If the test result is positive for COVID19, you must inform the school by email with the title, ‘POSITIVE COVID RESULT’. We will then identify and contact anyone within the school community who are impacted by this.

  2. If you have not completed the Covid track and trace form above, please complete this.

  1. If you are contacted by your school and your child is identified as a close contact of someone who has tested positive for COVID19, she/he must self-isolate (click here for information on how long).

If your child develops symptoms of COVID19 more than 48 hours after their last day in school (from Monday 5th April)


If your child is still self-isolating, you should contact the school by email in time for the first day of the new term.