COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

We have set up this page in order to keep you up to date with the latest advice regarding Covid-19.

At Templemoor, we continue to monitor and review all updates and information on a daily basis.

We continue to follow guidance from the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA), the Department for Health, the Local Authority and daily bulletins from the Department for Education.


We take our safeguarding responsibilities towards every child in our care very seriously.We are committed to maintaining the best education for every child at Templemoor, whilst balancing this with a robust approach to safeguarding the health and welfare of our community and beyond. Please find below our most recently reviewed whole school risk assessment. 


Our focus in school with all staff and children remains centred on hygiene, as this is proven to be the most effective way of limiting the spread of germs.

Washing hands with soap and water, for 20 seconds (the same amount of time it takes to sing ‘happy birthday’ twice) remains one of the most important ways of reducing the chance of infection.

Using tissues when coughing and/or sneezing is also essential. PHE have been advising of the importance of correct coughing and sneezing etiquette with the ‘Catch it, Bin it, Kill it’ campaign.

We continue to promote healthy hygiene in class – thank you for your support to ensure the same good practice at home.

Coronavirus Mental Health and Wellbeing Resources


Stay at home guidance: Click Here

Updates on COVID-19 –

Guidance for educational settings –

Travel advice for those travelling and living oversees –

Trafford Directory has compiled a page of useful resources for families, carers and educators while schools are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic:

So far it includes:

  • Links to the latest Government and public health advice.
  • Trafford Community Response details for the vulnerable and self-isolating.
  • Activity resources for learning at home.
  • Mental health and wellbeing resources for children, young people and adults.
  • SEND resources including social stories to explain what is happening.

New links are being added every day. Please follow the link below: 

School Updates
Place2Be is a children's mental health organisation and they have produced an excellent advice page on how to support children with concerns about Coronavirus. In addition, there are some useful video clips. Please click here to access the Place2Be website. 
Just for Kids - A Comic for explaining the new Coronavirus. Click here
Click on the Newsround logo below to visit the BBC Newsround website.