Face Coverings

Face Coverings January 2022

Letter to Families January 2022

Parents Guide to face coverings in education to support schools and colleges to return to a full attendance on 8 March. 

Face Coverings in Education - (publishing.service.gov.uk)

Based on recent high-profile discussion about the use and merits of face coverings in public places and, more recently, in schools, The Bourne Education Trust has taken the proactive decision to ask staff, students and visitors to its schools to wear face coverings. Teddington School is in full agreement with this decision and a letter has been sent to parents with full details and rationale. Face coverings will be required in all communal areas and corridors (with some discretion) but not in classrooms or outside areas. Face coverings may be homemade or bought, reusable or disposable but should be as plain as possible and not carry any advertising or message / images which might be controversial. If some families have reason to apply for an exemption to wearing a face mask, please do get in touch via email at info@teddingtonschool.org We will work with you to avoid any discrimination in school. 

Face Coverings in Secondary Education Settings

It is really important for all of us to remember that a face covering does not protect the person wearing it. It protects other people from the wearer. Face coverings must not be confused with PPE face masks which are issued to frontline medical staff.

The following documentation will provide vital information:

BET Recommendations on The Wearing of Face Coverings In Education

Gov Guidance - How to make a cloth face covering

WHO - How to wear a fabric mask safely

Staying Safe during COVID-19

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