Covid-19 FAQ

This information is to support our families with any COVID- 19 queries, and what you need to do. Please note that we will update this information regularly, based on any updated guidelines from the Ministries of Education & Health.

Let the school know as soon as possible by filling in this form – a member of the team will contact you.

Your child can return to school on day 8, provided they are 24 hours clear of any symptoms.

More information on managing a positive case can be found here:

This means someone living in your child’s household has tested positive for Covid-19.

Everyone living in the household will need to isolate for 7 days at home. Household contacts will also need a test on Day 3 and Day 7. Your child can return to school on Day 8, provided they are free of any symptoms.

If either of your child’s tests come back positive, please let us know by filling in this form.

If your child is at school when they become a Household Contact, they will need to go home as quickly as possible. Please phone ahead to the office to arrange this (094780301).

It is important to ensure you know if your child has COVID-19. 

Some of our positive cases have not shown any symptoms (asymptomatic), and therefore a test is important for your family to know. 

Rapid Antigen Tests (RATS) are easily available for testing. 

Because these are all symptoms of Covid, please do not send your child to school.

While these may be the normal bugs/sniffles that occur, we encourage you to get your child tested.


We encourage you to send your child to school as much as you can. 

As you know, our students have missed a lot of teaching and learning over the past 2 years, and we really want to see them at school as much as possible as it’s important for their learning and social connection.

Our onsite team are working hard to make school fun, safe and a place of learning.

We encourage you to focus on the things that they can do to help; mask-wearing, washing hands, and getting a test (if required).

This website has some useful tips – 

For those that would like support, our team will look to provide hard packs and/or resources via email at [email protected].

Once you have recovered from COVID-19, you will not need to isolate yourself again for 3 months, if someone else in your household tests positive during that time.

If your child has finished their period of isolation they do not need to return to isolation if a new case is identified in your house. However, this only applies for ten days following their leaving isolation.

Should a different household member be confirmed as a NEW case 11 or more days after your child has left isolation, then they must start a new period of self-isolation for seven days.