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Safety, Health and Wellbeing

3 September 2020:

Please see the menu to the left for a new page which details what schools have to do regarding notification of covid-19 cases. You will find clear instructions there and links to relevant forms. 

Welcome to the home page of the Suffolk Schools' Safety, Health and Wellbeing web pages

Updated advice for schools on the coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found on the 'latest news and alerts' page and also a new topic specific page 'Coronavirus:COVID-19' - links to the left.

Information on the virus and school trips / educational visits can be found on the

'Educational visits / evolve' page

Follow the school guidance on the Suffolk County Council page these FAQs are being updated frequently.

 
Suffolk Headlines daily editions in light of COVID-19:
 
We would be grateful for all school leads to ensure that the Suffolk Headlines is reviewed each day so that the same message is received for all schools. School leads receive this, and it should be cascaded to all staff. Health and Safety leads (who may also be the Premises Responsible Person) can also receive this direct to their inbox and should contact Suffolk Headlines to ensure they are on the distribution list. Their email is: suffolkheadlines@suffolk.gov.uk . Thank you.
 

 

On these pages you will find information for schools’ health and safety, and also, very importantly, on wellbeing.  All the links on the left-hand side go to a specific topic page and you will hopefully find relevant information for your needs.  Pages are being added to all the time, so if you don't find something, it may be on its way.

If you have any concerns, you think anything has gone astray, or have any new ideas or thoughts about these webpages, please contact me as below:

Antonina (Nina) Bickerton - Suffolk (maintained) Schools Health and Safety Advisor; Suffolk County Council

Telephone: 01473 260 399

Email: nina.bickerton@suffolk.gov.uk

Just call or email me if you need help with schools’ health and safety – Nina