Dear Parents and Carers,

We have been provided with a statement that we have been asked to issue from Public Health England and Wiltshire Council, relating to the closure of Years 7 and 8:

Statement from Public Health England

We understand the concern of parents that following three positive COVID-19 Lateral Flow Tests last week, year groups seven and eight have been sent home to isolate for the next 10 days.

The school has acted correctly in accordance with all the evidence and public health advice.

Whenever a positive test result is notified, each individual case is risk assessed and sometimes it is necessary for a whole year bubble to self-isolate if it cannot be confirmed that pupils in a year bubble did not come in to close contact with the positive case.

A negative test result is only for that point in time and does not mean that a child does not have the virus as they could still be incubating it. Lateral Flow tests are an additional tool to try and identify anyone who may be asymptomatic with a high viral load. The most effective ways of reducing the spread of the virus are infection prevention control measures, good hand hygiene, social distancing and wearing face coverings where required.

Rachel Kent

Consultant in Public Health

Wiltshire Public Health

The Stonehenge School – Information on remote learning

One Note Student Guide


Safeguarding and behaviour protocols for remote learning – parents and pupils

Managing your notifications in Show My Homework

Student Guide to Microsoft Teams

Online learning access 1


Data protection Covid testing FAQs for parents

Privacy Notice – school and college testing

Arrangements from 5th January 2021

Letter to parents end of term Dec 2020

Blended Learning Day

What to do if your child tests positive over the Christmas holiday

B – COVID-19 School Close Contact poster

If you believe your child is exempt from wearing a Face Covering please contact Mrs Fletcher on fletcherm@stonehenge.wilts.sch.uk outlining the reason. Pupils exempt from wearing masks will be issued with a “Sunflower Exemption “ Lanyard which they will be expected to wear in school.

Work Bank – Alternative link to Work Bank click here

COVID-19 information – A quick guide for parents/carers – click here

COVID-19 Returning to School update for ONLINE2

A safeguarding message from Wiltshire Police Public Protection Department 

The current restrictions on our daily lives will no doubt be more difficult for some more than others and we understand that people of all ages may be struggling to cope.

While the need to stay at home is crucial, we know that on occasion people do go missing. If your child, or a child you know has gone missing, and you have genuine concerns about their welfare, do not delay in reporting concerns to police. You will not be fined/prosecuted under Covid-19 powers for carrying out any reasonable enquiries to find them yourselves. Our officers will do all that they can to understand individual circumstances and provide support where needed.

Always call 999 in an emergency.

If you need help and want to speak to someone, Missing People charity is available 24/7 – call 116 000, text 116 000 or chat online via www.runawayhelpline.org.uk

Further information about what parents and carers need to know about schools, colleges and other educational settings during the Coronavirus outbreak can be found here https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/closure-of-educational-settings-information-for-parents-and-carers/closure-of-educational-settings-information-for-parents-and-carers


Parents and carers urged not to put off seeking medical help amid anxieties about coronavirus – 9 April 2020

Snapchat and Social Media Letter to Parents and Adults_

Social media advice for parents and guardians

School Nurse Support Poster


Schools Safeguarding information update March 2020

Attendance flowchart – CiN CP

Accessing School Email.docx

eLearning platforms

Where can I go to get support to help keep my child safe online?

There is a lot of support available to keep your child safe online. Below are some useful links to help parents and carers:

  • Thinkyouknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)
  • Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • LGfL (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • Net-aware (support for parents and careers from the NSPCC)