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From 1 April 2022, anyone with a positive COVID-19 test result will be advised to try to stay at
home and avoid contact with other people.

  • In adults this is for five days,
  • For children and young people aged 18 and under, the advice will be three days.

As tests are no longer required, this guidance is only for those who happen to have completed a test that they bought privately, or that have remaining supplies. It is not a requirement that people take a test when they have symptoms.

If your child is positive please report the result by reporting your child's absence through either calling the school or emailing the Admin Team at

COVID-19 Links to Guidance, Advice & FAQ

Supporting Your Child

Childline: Information about COVID-19 vaccinations. 

For a child-friendly explanation of the coronavirus download the document at the end of this page.

GOV.UK Links

COVID-19 Government guidance for schools.

Register a COVID-19 test for you or someone else.

Free PCR test for COVID-19.

Haringey Links 

COVID vaccination sites in Haringey | Haringey Council

COVID-19 Haringey Together: News & Updates.

Haringey Public Health COVID-19 Briefings can be found below. These are updated regularly as received with the last two briefings available to download. Briefings will be removed if out of date. 

NHS Links

Book your COVID-19 vaccine

Walk-in vaccination clinics - North Central London CCG

NHS Test and Trace - Contact Tracing and Self-Isolation FAQs

Every Mind Matters: Mental Health & Well-being Guidance.

Free NHS testing for COVID-19.

NHS 111: COVID-19 check your symptoms.

DfE Links

The Department for Education has launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff and parents, can contact the helpline between 8am and 6pm Monday to Friday as follows: 

T: 0800 046 8687