Please also note that:
Cleaning and Hygiene
If a first aid incident occurs the first aider will be in full PPE to deal with the incident. If an incident occurs, the 2- meter social distance rule will be abandoned but for this purpose only
Updates to Terms and Conditions Six new clauses will be added to our Terms and Conditions, your payment of fees for Autumn Term classes will confirm your acceptance of them 1. No refund will be provided in the instances below, however, in the event of (i), (ii) or (iii) a live Zoom class will be provided instead. (i) A student within your "bubble" has a suspected/confirmed case of Covid-19 (or any other infectious disease) and it becomes necessary for the whole "bubble" to isolate and therefore classes do not operate (ii) Classes have to be cancelled due to a teacher needing to self-isolate and Deborah Jayne School of Dance & Theatre is unable to find a suitable cover teacher (iii) A student is unable to attend a class because they are required to self-isolate (iv) A student arrives more than five minutes after the start of a class and is therefore not allowed into the building. 2.Deborah Jayne School of Dance and Theatre cannot be held liable for anyone who has attended the studio premises contracting Covid-19 (or any other infectious disease) 3. If a student has a suspected/confirmed case of Covid-19 (or any other infectious disease) then you agree to inform us immediately to enable us to inform the rest of the "bubble" (as per government test and trace strategy) if a student has a suspected/confirmed case of Covid-19 (or any other infectious disease) then you agree to inform us immediately to enable us to inform the rest of the "bubble" (as per government test and trace strategy) 4. Where The child, young person, or staff member test positive, NHS Test and Trace will speak directly to those they have been in contact with to offer advice. This advice may be that the setting should be sent home and advised to self - isolate for 14 days. As part of the national test and trace programme, if other cases are detected within the class or group or wider setting, Public Health England's local health protection teams will conduct a rapid investigation and will advise on the most appropriate action to take. In some cases, many other children and young people may be asked to self - isolate at home as a precautionary measure - perhaps the whole class, group, or site. Where settings are observing guidance on prevention and control, which will reduce risk of transmission, closure of the whole setting will not generally be necessary. 5. Any families that have visited a country that is on the quarantined list will not be able to attend the school until they have completed their isolation period.
Reporting of Symptoms
It is vital that parents and staff play their part in helping to reduce the spread of the virus, by reporting to us if they display symptoms of coronavirus. If you, or your child presents a high temperature or a new persistent continuous cough, loss or change to your sense of smell or taste, sore throat or cold symptoms, you must not attend class and self-isolate for 10 days. Check with NHS 111 to see if your symptoms match that of coronavirus and get tested. You must also report symptoms to us so that we can inform others whom you or your child may have been in contact with to self-isolate. If you feel unwell, Stay at home. Do not come to class. Take part online. If your child and any other family member have been tested and the test is negative then your child can return 48 hrs after result, pending if everyone is not displaying any further symptoms.
Thank you for taking the time to read through the above. We have missed seeing the children and we appreciate your assistance in ensuring a safe return to classes.