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COVID-19

Important documents: 

ICC risk assessment return to school, click here to view (updated 02/09/21)

Public Health England have produced a letter for schools to distribute to parents which explains when a person requires a coronavirus test and what the symptoms of coronavirus are. You can view the letter here

Track and Trace Privacy Notice, click here to view

Visitors, please see  the below documents for before any visit to ICC. 

Covid-10 Visitor Health Form
Visitor Risk Assessment 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In school support during Covid

Dr Rob Kirkwood, our independent Mental health and Well-being consultant. As part of our on ongoing community support in response to the COVID 19 pandemic and related shutdown, Dr Rob Kirkwood, our independent Mental health and Well-being consultant, is offering thirty-minute telephone or Zoom consultations. These consultation slots are available to ICC students and/or parent/carers on a first come, first served basis. These are an opportunity to think about the impact of the current situation upon routines, relationships and family dynamics as we live out life at home. Significant limitations or changes to our usual daily activities; our closer proximity with others in confined spaces; and dealing with the uncertainty reported in the news, is likely to be impacting the mental health and emotional well-being of each of us and our families. There are no easy solutions to the current situation, as we all are discovering. What is offered is a thoughtful thirty-minute space in which you can think about and reflect upon ideas and strategies that may help to alleviate some of the particular challenges facing each of us in our own contexts. Consultations are available each Wednesday. If you would like to book a slot, please email in advance at  rki@ifieldcc.co.ukrki@ifieldcc.co.uk and he will contact you directly.

Dr Xavier Eloquin, our Educational Psychologist As part of our on ongoing community support in response to the COVID 19 pandemic and related shutdown, Dr Xavier Eloquin, our Educational Psychologist, is offering thirty minute telephone or Zoom consultations. These consultation slots are available on a “first come, first served” basis and are an opportunity to think about and reflect on your child’s emotional and psychological needs – and their impact on the wider family – as a result of the current coronavirus pandemic and the anxieties it evokes. It can also be a chance to discuss more general difficulties as you as a family struggle to manage the demands of social distancing, self-isolation and lockdown. There are no easy solutions to the current situation, as we all are discovering. What is offered is a thoughtful thirty-minute space in which you can think about and reflect on your child, your family and yourself. At times of intense pressure in families, this can make all the difference. Consultations are available each Wednesday. If you would like to book a slot, please email in advance at drxeloquin@gmail.com who will contact you.

School Counselling  Any student that would like some online counselling support with our school councillor can email Mrs Jackson at the college aja@ifieldcc.co.uk. Parents / Carers can contact Mrs Jackson on behalf of their son / daughter.

SEN Support with Remote Learning 

If you or your child are having difficulties with the work set and would like some support please email the learning support team at TASupport@ifieldcc.co.uk 

If anyone has any questions regarding this they are asked to make contact with Rob Corbett, Headteacher on email rct@ifieldcc.co.uk. Please contact the school if you have any queries on 01293 420500 between 8am and 4pm. 

Our school front office and switchboard are open from 8am to 4pm daily. Staff can be emailed directly, for staff email addresses click here, alternatively you may email the school using office@ifieldcc.co.uk 

Website links and resources

Overview to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found on the NHS website
Stay at home guidance from GOV.UK
Guidance on social distancing and for vulnerable people

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