The school health policy and information announcement
to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Disease (Updated 1 February 2021)
1.) All students/parents completed a family health and travel declaration before returning to campus on Monday 1 February 2021.
2.) We undertook a deep clean of both school campuses before school reopening and will continue to do so for all areas of the school campuses on an ongoing regular basis during this time.
3.) All students, parents teachers and staff will continue to be temperature checked upon entry to the school on both campuses with sanitizing gel distributed. This procedure will continue for the foreseeable future.
4.) We will continue to closely monitor the temperatures and health of all the boarding community by doing regular temperature checks, as well as the day students arrive at school.
If you have any questions, please email adminSIC@bromsgrove.ac.th for further information and advice.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What measures has the school taken to protect my child against COVID-19?
Can I request that my child does not participate in school activities?
Is it safe for my child to use the swimming pool?
Is it mandatory to wear masks during this time?
YES – all students, staff, parents and visitors must wear a mask at all times when on both EY and WP campus.
What do I tell my child about COVID-19 as they are worried?
- Study the facts of the virus before speaking to your child. We highly recommend you visit the WHO site and become fully informed.
- Speak calmly and answer questions in a reassuring manner.
- Remind them to be vigilant about hand washing regularly, use hand gels, cover their mouth and nose with their arm when they sneeze or cough.
- Discuss with them why they may see children wearing masks, gently correct any misinformation they may have.
- Allow them to express their feelings and remind them that all students treat each other with respect and to not jump to any conclusions on another child’s health.
My child is a boarding student – why is the school not keeping them on campus every weekend during the current COVID-19 situation?