Paignton head's guide to emergency planning

8th May 2009 at 01:00

- Check all contact numbers and email addresses are up to date;

- Implement a remote learning strategy;

- Remember anything you write in a letter or put on your website will be in the hands of the press;

- Have a duty team of staff on standby to help in the days following the closure;

- Clear your policy with local schools educating siblings of pupils or children of staff;

- Allocate a member of staff to take charge of briefing parents as they arrive;

- Guard the anonymity of the person infected.

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