Managing Covid-19 outbreaks in schools Webinar - Thursday 8th October 4pm-6

Schools are invited to hear the latest advice from health experts and Public Health England, alongside case studies of Headteachers in Bradford about how to effectively manage covid-19 outbreaks in schools

About this Event

 

Register your attendance  for the latest in our series of webinars, bringing together health experts and school leaders to ensure you have the information you need to operate safely. In this session, our experts from Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Public Health England will offer the latest advice and guidance. We will then hear from Bradford Headteachers who will cover how they have dealt with outbreaks within their schools, and lessons learnt from this. We will then split into smaller groups to allow you to ask questions of other schools and our health experts.

 

Agenda

 

16.00-16.10

Welcome

Prof John Wright

16.10-16.15

Covid in children and hospital admissions

Dr Anil Shenoy

16.15-16.20

Knowing the difference between cold/flu and covid-19 symptoms in children

Dr Helen Jepps (tbc)

16.20-16.40

Key Public Health messages

Prevention and protection

Duncan Cooper (PH Consultant)

16.40-17.10

Talking Heads (5 minutes each)

  • Managing and reporting an outbreak What happens if its 5pm on a Friday?
  • Collapsing ‘bubbles’ and maintaining staffing levels
  • Keeping the school open – liaison / support with the LA?
  • Communicating with parents effectively
  • Experience of dealing with PH England
  • Lessons learned

Headteachers (tbc)

17.10-17.40

Breakout groups – Q and A session

All

17.40-17.55

Feedback from breakout groups

 

17.55-18.00

Concluding remarks

 

 

 

Your school is asked to identify the most relevant member(s) of staff to join the webinar.  The webinar can be accessed through Zoom but you will need to register your interest via Eventbrite first https://www.eventbrite.com/e/webinar-managing-covid-19-outbreaks-in-schools-tickets-122677243939

 

For any questions, please contact caerbradford@gmail.com


Information

Published: 30/09/2020
Audience: schools, head teachers, SLT
Contact: caer bradford

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