This section of the school website will be regularly updated to inform all members of the Moss Road community and visitors about the strategies in place to ensure that everyone is kept as safe as possible.
We have a Trust Visitors' Policy which is shared by all visitors prior to visiting Moss Road Infant Academy; please see below.
LEGER EDUCATION TRUST COVID-19 VISITORS' POLICY
Leger Education Trust asks for the support and understanding of our visitors in helping us minimise the risk of COVID-19.
Leger Education Trust continues to take guidance from Public Health England and the DfE.
Taking this into account, at Moss Road we are now limiting access to the site to essential visitors only and request that a face covering is worn while inside the building.
If your visit to one of our schools is an essential one, we would nevertheless ask that you refrain from visiting if:
Along with all members of the Leger Education Trust community, any visitors to any academy should wash their hands with soap and water before leaving home and once they arrive at the academy. Gel hand sanitiser will also be available on arrival and throughout your visit.
While you are on site, we hope you will help follow general good hygiene practice to stop the spread of any viruses. This includes covering your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze, putting used tissues in the bin immediately and washing your hands with soap and water often.
If you begin to develop symptoms of COVID-19 whilst at Campsmount Academy, Spa Academy, Askern Littlemoor Infant Academy or Moss Road Infant Academy, please inform your host immediately and follow their advice. If you develop such symptoms within 14 days of visiting an academy at Leger Education Trust, please inform us on 01302 700002 OR firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
At Askern Moss Road Infant Academy, we are allowing only one parent into Reception at any one time to speak with office staff and would ask that a face covering is worn when entering the building.
For the avoidance of potential embarrassment, we would also like to advise you that the Trust is currently operating a ‘no handshake’ policy for all members of its community.
We apologise for not being able to give you our usual warm welcome, but we must take the current situation very seriously and look after the welfare of our students and staff.
If you have any questions, please contact the member of staff you were due to visit.