Covid-19 Information for Parents/Carers

These links are intended to help & support our pupils and their families during these challenging times.  Lady Lumley’s school would never knowingly provide information or links that are not genuine.  However, we are not responsible for the content published on 3rd party websites.  We therefore advise that parents should also use their own judgement with regards to the suitability of any website they visit.

COVID-19 Testing

Testing for COVID-19 will take place at Lady Lumley's School.

Creating a Test & Trace Account

Parent Latter

Lateral Testing DPIA

Privacy Notice

Please click here to read the Terms of Consent.

Please click here to read the COVID-19 Testing Privacy Statement.

Please click here to read the Covid-19 Lateral Flow Testing Risk Assessment

Latest Information

Student Remote Learnig Policy

Remote Learning Guidance for Parents

Wider Opening Of Schools Risk Assessment - updated 15/03/21

School’s Covid Contingency Letter

School’s Covid Contingency Plan

Wellbeing Newsletter

Online Learning:

BBC bitesize: helping to support your child’s learning at home:

Government/NHS Guidance:

Covid-19 related pupil absence a reference guide for parents

Information from the NHS about when a child should not come to school and when they should.

Government website with guidance for parents on education and childcare:

Coronavirus Support/Advice

Advice for children to stay in touch with grandparents who are self-isolating/reducing social contact

Other Advice/Support Pages (inc. Internet Safety)

Kooth – an online-based service offering free, safe and anonymous online support for young people.

Childline - support and advice for children and young people

Mental and emotional wellbeing support from charity run by young people

The Go-To is a new website that has been launched in North Yorkshire to help support children and young people’s mental health

Bounce Forward – Online Resilience Course for Parents – Helping Children Thrive at Home

Advice for parents/carers of children with SEND

Advice for foster carers and useful contacts

Advice for parents of adopted children specific to safeguarding identity

Advice for Parents relating to domestic abuse IDAS – frequently asked questions during self isolation

Advice on all aspects of family life

Advice on a range of issues: Citizens Advice Bureau

Advice for Parents/Carers on internet safety:

Parent/carer guide for most popular social media apps and tech devices

Parent/carer guide to the features and risks of TikTok app use

Help and advice for parent/carers including tech support to remove content and safeguard settings

BBC Own It App updated for COVID-19

The BBC’s Own It app helps young people new to social media manage their well-being, whilst empowering children to make smart choices, and helping them to lead a positive life online.

The Own It app and keyboard lets children:

  • get advice whenever they type
  • track their feelings
  • win badges as they reflect
  • find help when they need it
  • taking quizzes to learn more about themselves

The app also includes a special keyboard to use which offers helpful tips and friendly advice to children when they need it.

The app can be downloaded for free from the App Store or Google Play.

Further information can be found here: