Information Covid-19 regulations
The Dutch government updated their covid-19 regulations (valid from the 2nd November 2021). These regulations affect our school and the way classes/daily activities are organised.
We are grateful to everyone in our school community in continuing to help us minimise the impact of this on our school life, by following the advice we share and by following the government guidelines. We ask that you wear a mask if you enter the school grounds.
Please remember the following:
Keep your child off school if they are unwell (and let your child’s teacher know).
When in doubt, contact the GGD for advice (even if they have allergies).
If you are unsure or wish to discuss your situation with the GGD: tel 010 443 8031
To make an appointment with the GGD for a test : tel 0800 1202
Do not send them to school until they are cleared by the GGD to do so.
Every case can differ and the GGD can advise best on your specific circumstances.
Let us know if your child has tested POSITIVE for Covid so that we can take the necessary steps together quickly, to avoid full school closure.
When to call the GGD:
We kindly ask you to contact the GGD (details on previous slide) if:
Your child is unwell and displays common symptoms of Covid-19 (runny nose, cough, fever, sore throat, common cold symptoms…)
Your child is unwell, the symptoms are not covid-19 related but these symptoms are new to your child (diarrhea, pain in eye, feeling dizzy, in short, anything out of the ordinary).
Your family has been in contact with someone who has been diagnosed with covid-19
You are concerned about your child (he/she is at risk) and you are not sure if you should get him/her tested or whether he/she can go to school.
Your child or/and someone in your household tested positive and you are not sure when your child can go back to school.
Travel regulations and covid:
We understand that it is important for our families to go and visit their families overseas. We kindly ask you to act in a responsible manner, follow the regulations in place and even take extra measures to keep our community safe (for example getting tested after your return from overseas as a precaution). Please remember that our aim is always to keep the school and your children safe and that only your vigilance will help us avoid another school closure.
The travel and quarantine regulations regularly change and it is important that you check regularly the up to date information provided by the Dutch government.on page below.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.