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Weekend COVID 19 reporting

With everything going on we need to make sure you can contact us at any point over a weekend, when you are not able to contact the School Office via telephone if you, your child or someone in your house gets a positive test result for COVID 19.

Therefore, I have created an email address for you to contact us should you get a positive test result for anyone in your household. The email address is COVID19reporting@st-augustines-warrington.co.uk. This email address will be monitored by me so I can take the appropriate action should we have a positive case in our school community. 

Message from Mrs Towey

Dear Parents/Carers

Thank you for your cooperation and patience with our new one way system. After the first couple of days we have all got used to it and I'm sure you will agree, that it is a much smoother and safer system. We must all continue to work together to keep everyone safe.

As you know each class, as recommended by Government guidelines, must be kept separate and it is important therefore, that you arrive promptly at both the start and the end of the day to avoid a build up of people outside of the school and to allow the one way system to flow freely.

  • Nursery: 8.45am-11.45 -am-Nursery entrance
  • Reception: 8.45am-3.00pm- Miss Gregory will meet the children at the inside Nursery gate, near to the classroms
  • Year 1: 8.45am-3.00pm
  • Year 2: 8.50am-3.10pm
  • Year 3: 8.50am-3.10pm
  • Year 4: 8.35am-2.55pm
  • Year 5: 8.35am-2.55pm
  • Year 6: 8.45am-3.05pm

Break times and lunchtimes will also be staggered and the playground will be split into  three zones to keep the Bubbles separate. Please refer to the updated risk assessment for further information on the measures being taken to keep the school community as safe as possible.


The children are now settled into their usual routine and this includes receiving weekly homework. Please make sure that you know what homework they have been given and offer help when it is needed. All children should be reading as often as possible and we are asking all parents and carers to read with their children. It really will make a huge difference.

There are many little ways to enlarge your child’s world. Love of books is the best of all. —Jacqueline Kennedy

From all of us at St Augustine's, thank you for your continued support. 

Mrs Towey

The latest Government guidance can be found at:


During the holidays you were asked to keep reading and enjoying books with your children. Please carry on! Now more than ever the children need to be reading and sharing books every day. More information about this will follow in the coming weeks. In the meantime don't forget the 'Ten Top Tips' to keep you going! 

Help primary school children continue their education during coronavirus (COVID-19)


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