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COVID-19 Advice and Guidance

What to do if you've tested positive for COVID-19

If you have COVID-19, you can pass on the virus to other people for up to 10 days from when your infection starts. Many people will no longer be infectious to others after 5 days.

You should:

  • try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people for 5 days
  • avoiding meeting people at higher risk from COVID-19 for 10 days, especially if their immune system means they’re at higher risk of serious illness from COVID-19, even if they’ve had a COVID-19 vaccine

This starts from the day after you did the test.

If a child or young person aged 18 or under tests positive for COVID-19, they should try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people for 3 days. This starts from the day after they did the test.

Children and young people tend to be infectious to others for less time than adults. If they’re well and do not have a temperature after 3 days, there’s a much lower risk that they’ll pass on COVID-19 to others.

If you are feeling unwell and do not test positive or test negative for COVID-19

If you do not feel well enough to go to work and do your normal activities, you should:

  • try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people
  • avoid meeting people at higher risk from COVID-19, especially if their immune system means they’re at higher risk of serious illness from COVID-19, even if they’ve had a COVID-19 vaccine

You can go back to your normal activities if you:

  • feel well enough to do so
  • do not have a high temperature

You can find separate guidance for children and young people aged 18 or under on GOV.UK.

The links below take users to the most up to date versions of a small selection of key national guidance documents

Overarching guidance

Actions for schools during the coronavirus outbreak
Actions for schools during the coronavirus outbreak

Guidance for full opening: special schools and other specialist settings
Guidance for full opening: special schools and other specialist settings

Actions for early years and childcare providers during the coronavirus outbreak
Actions for early years and childcare providers during the coronavirus outbreak

What parents and Carers need to know

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/what-parents-and-carers-need-to-know-about-early-years-providers-schools-and-colleges-during-the-coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak/step-4-update-what-parents-and-carers-need-to-know-about-early-years-providers-schools-and-colleges

 


Catch up and remote learning

COVID-19 catch-up premium
I
nformation for schools on the universal catch-up premium for and the National Tutoring Programme.
COVID-19 catch-up premium

National Tutoring Programme (EEF)
The National Tutoring Programme (NTP) is government funded and aims to address the impact of school closures on pupils’ learning.  The design of the NTP has been created through a collaboration between the EEF, Sutton Trust, Impetus and Nesta.  They will be involved in the initial delivery.  ‘From the 2020/21 school year, the programme will make high-quality tuition available to state primary/secondary schools, providing additional support to help pupils who have missed out the most as a result of school closures.’ 
The National Tutoring Programme
FAQs about the NTP

Nuffield Early Language Intervention (NELI) available to state-funded primary schools
The Department for Education is working with the EEF and other delivery partners to make Language Intervention available to schools for free.
Nuffield Early Language Intervention (NELI) available to state-funded primary schools

The EEF Guide to Supporting School Planning: A Tiered Approach to 2021 
Support for planning the ‘unpredictable year to come’ from EEF.
The EEF Guide to Supporting School Planning: A Tiered Approach to 2021

Get help with remote education
Access guidance, resources and support for teachers and school leaders on educating pupils and students during coronavirus (COVID-19).
Get help with remote education

Get help with technology during coronavirus (COVID-19)
Guidance for local authorities, academy trusts and schools on devices and support available to provide remote education and access to children’s social care.
Get technology support for children and schools during COVID-19

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