In line with government guidelines, St. Saviour’s C of E Primary School are pleased to re-open to all pupils from 8th April 2021, operating according to our regularly reviewed and updated risk assessment.

Government Advice

Click here to view the government guidance for the full opening of schools which details the new national restrictions and the government guidance detailing what parents and carers need to know about schools in the Autumn tern

Guidance for Parents and Carers

If your child or someone they live with develops any of the main symptoms of coronavirus, they must self-isolate and not attend school. Anyone with symptoms must book a test. Please inform us of test results as soon as possible. If your child tests positive outside of school hours (including weekends) please email immediately to let us know.

Coronavirus symptoms in children

Covid-19, Flu or a cold?

Video – How to wash hands effectively

Video – How to use hand sanitiser effectively

Video – How to wear a fabric mask safely

Helping primary school children to continue their education during Coronavirus

Staff lockdown video message

During the first national lockdown, the staff at St. Saviour’s were missing having all of our pupils in school with us. As such, we sent out this video message to let our children and their families know that we were thinking of them. We hope that viewing it brings a smile to your face!

We know many children will be missing coming to school each day and seeing familiar faces. We have many ways of safely coming together virtually (such as our whole school assemblies held via Google Meet and our trust-wide joining together of all staff and pupils from St. Mary’s, St. Margaret’s and St. Saviour’s to commemorate Armistice Day). Here is our staff Christmas video message to our pupils and our community.

Wellbeing Resources

Coronavirus – a book for children

Coronavirus – a storybook

‘Dave the Dog is worried about Coronavirus’ – a book that aims to give information without fear

Video explaining social distancing to younger children

‘Time to come in, Bear’ – a child-friendly video explaining social distancing

‘Why are we social distancing?’ – a video for children

‘What can you do about Covid-19’ comic book

The Book of Hopes

‘Staying Home’ – a storybook

‘The Big Thing’ – a storybook

NSPCC Coronavirus resources

Child-friendly information poster

‘Indoor Explorers’ – Stay home ideas for families

‘The Calm Zone’ – activities and tools to help young people feel less anxious, scared or sad

Reception Open Days 2022/2023

Thursday 25th November 2021 at 10.00am

Saturday 11th December 2021 at 10.00am

Friday 7th January 2022 at 10.00am

We look forward to welcoming you to our school. Please confirm your attendance by emailing