Forest Trees

Covid-19 Information

Coronavirus information
Symptoms and Testing


We are all working together to minimise risk and stop the spread of Coronavirus. If you or your child has any of the key symptoms (new, continuous cough, high temperature or loss/change in sense of taste or smell) please self isolate immediately and book a Coronavirus test.

If your child develops symptoms up to 2 days after the end of half term (before midnight on Sunday 30th May) and these symptoms turn out to test positive, please let us know on

Below please also find guidance on Lateral Flow Testing for households, now that testing is available for the families of pupils in primary education.

Click here to book a free NHS Coronavirus test.

Dear Parents and carers,

In line with the current school closures under the National Level 5 Alert Lockdown, we will be providing remote education for pupils until we are told to open once more, providing face to face education for the children of eligible key workers and those deemed vulnerable.

The last thing we want is any disruption to children's education, to your lives and to our collective wellbeing. Rest assured we will continue to work safely and strive to offer the best education we can you your children.

I ask therefore for your patience and support as we adjust to these new restrictions. Let's work together and hope the end is in sight.

If the lockdown or coronavirus situation is putting you under additional pressure and you feel you need support call the Worcester County Council Here2Help line for guidance and support services.

Don't forget our pages on

Mental Health and Wellbeing,

Staying Safe Online and

Getting Help If You Don't Feel Safe.

hang in there,

Stephen Murphy


Covid-19 Risk Assessment​​

We are continuing to do everything we can make The Wyche School a safe place to be, to ensure that we minimise the risk of children and adults contracting Coronavirus, or of any of us spreading the infection. Since the emergence of a new strain of virus we are consulting with staff to maximise safe working and infection control and are working with the Local Authority and Local Public Health's advice as it emerges to update our risk assessment. This document is attached below. Click the PDF to view.