Leehurst Swan School


Independent Co-Educational Day School

Tel: 01722 333094

COVID-19 Advice & Support

Covid Arrangements from September 2021

The government has relaxed the majority of the restrictions that impacted on schools last academic year and at Leehurst Swan we will be following the most recent guidance, which includes:

  • A move away from keeping children in consistent groups or ‘bubbles’, which means communal events like assemblies can resume;
  • Face coverings no longer being advised for pupils, staff and visitors either in classrooms or in communal areas, (some pupils may still prefer to wear one and this is acceptable);
  • Individuals not being required to self-isolate if they live in the same household as someone with COVID-19, or are a close contact of someone with COVID-19 if they are below the age of 18 years and 6 months or fully vaccinated.

We will continue to maintain rigorous cleaning regimes, alongside keeping classrooms well ventilated and ensuring high-quality hand and respiratory hygiene, in line with government requirements. Schools are also required to monitor the number of positive COVID cases in schools and to put measures back in place if there is a substantial increase in positive cases. 

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Policy


Leehurst Swan Pastoral Support

We encourage parents to contact the school if you have any serious concerns about the welfare or mental health of your child. We may be able to offer advice or help action some professional support.

If you have any safeguarding concerns in relation to your own or another child please do not hesitate to contact the Designated Safeguarding Lead, Mrs Mandy Bateman on M.Bateman@leehurstswan.org.uk or by telephone during school hours on 01722 333094.

Email addresses for all staff, including form tutors and pastoral leads are on the main page of the Parents section of our website.


Safeguarding Information for Parents

Sources of safeguarding information for parents are available, such as:

  • Internet Matters - set up to empower parents and carers to keep children safe in the digital world. Their support for parents includes downloadable guides covering subjects such as vlogging and livestreaming, online gaming and cyberbullying.
  • NSPCC Report Abuse in Education - Telephone: 0800 136 663 Email: help@nspcc.org.uk - This helpline is available for children, young people, adults and education professionals
  • NSPCC - includes a range of resources to help parents keep children safe when they are using the internet, social networks, apps, games and more.
  • Parent Info from CEOP and Parent Zone. Parent Info is a website for parents covering all of the issues amplified by the internet. This website provides expert information across a range of online harms.
  • Parent Zone - offers a range of resources for families to help them meet the challenges of the digital age, including parent guides on the latest digital trends and platforms.


Pastoral and Mental Health During Covid-19