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St Mary's Primary School, Kircubbin
Covid-19 Dear Parents   What to do if your child develops symptoms of COVID 19The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are recent onset of: new continuous cough and/or high temperature and/or a loss of, or change in, normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia)Please book a free PCR test, even if an earlier one was negative. Your child should stay at home and self-isolate until you receive the result. Please see Coronavirus (COVID-19): self-isolating | nidirect for guidance on whether other people in your household also need to self-isolate while you are waiting for your child’s PCR result.Tests can be arranged at your closest testing site or by requesting a postal kit which will be sent to your home address. You can choose whichever option is more convenient for you. Going for a COVID test is one of the reasons your child can leave home during the self-isolation period, however, they should not use public transport. Please order a postal test if you do not have private transport to a test site.
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2020/2021 School Year

21st Jul 2021
Despite initial concerns about the age of the children and lack of swimming experience...
19th Jul 2021
What a glorious day! We had a talk form the Coastguard. Huge thanks to Mr. Barry...
19th Jul 2021
Apologies for the lateness. The boys and girls had an absolutely fantastic time on...
15th Jul 2021
What a lovely day of weather we had again. The P4-5 pupils were super excited when...
14th Jul 2021
Well what a great day to finish off our week. The satisfaction survey at the end...
13th Jul 2021
What a wonderful day we had. Unfortunately the school camera battery went flat. We...
8th Jul 2021
We had a great start to the P6&7 summer scheme. Lots of Fun still to come! The...
8th Jul 2021
XXX had a fantastic time at summer scheme. Thank you all so much:) Massive thank...
7th Jul 2021
What a glorious day the P1 - P3 pupils had for their final day of summer scheme. It...
6th Jul 2021
Excitement was a fever pitch this morning,. We don't know which was more exciting...