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Gratnells SortED tray inserts help fight surface contamination at Trumpington Park Primary

Gratnells SortED tray inserts help fight surface contamination at Trumpington Park Primary

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Trumpington Park is a new build primary school located to the south of Cambridge city centre. Like all schools in the first half of 2020, it has had to adapt to different ways of working and of welcoming pupils into the classroom. Like many schools, Trumpington Park stayed open throughout the lockdown to accommodate keyworker children and coming up to the end of the summer term, started to see other children return as the government encouraged wider attendance. However, social distancing measures, class bubbles, anxiety about being in class and worries about cross contamination are part of the new norm.
Rethinking learning spaces - Covid aware learning at Trumpington Park Primary School

Rethinking learning spaces - Covid aware learning at Trumpington Park Primary School

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With social distancing and heightened hygiene measures in place, what does a Covid aware classroom look like? Trumpington Park Primary School in Cambridge are rethinking their learning spaces and are setting up for September. Following current government guidance with regards to full classes returning to schools, they are making changes to the ways in which their classrooms are normally set up and the ways in which students and teachers interact with the spaces. Watch the full video
Tackling the Covid Classroom Dilemma

Tackling the Covid Classroom Dilemma

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Preparation workload for school leaders and teachers has increased drastically. Some schools are cautious about opening because they deem it unsafe for both the staff and children, however lots of schools want to get back to some form of normality. It is these schools that are having to plan for extra safety measures to be put into place. The UK government guidelines have suggested that children and staff are not required to wear PPE but huge changes will need to be made in regards to the functionality of the school day and the classroom itself.

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