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Covid-19 procedures to remain at Kingussie High School


By Gavin Musgrove

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Kingussie High School's headteacher has said that Covid-19 procedures will still be in place when classes return next week.

Ian Adamson said he and his staff are excited to welcome back pupils on Tuesday to what they hope will be a ‘normal’ school year.

In correspondence sent out to pupils and parents, he stated: "We understand that some pupils will be anxious about returning so I wanted to clarify things and put worried minds at ease.

"The school will operate the same as before the holidays regarding Covid-19 measures.

"Face coverings are still to be worn in the school building at all times including classrooms.

"The one way system on stairs will still apply and pupils should keep left in corridors as indicated by floor markings.

"Pupils will be asked to wash their hands on arrival to school and to sanitise as they enter and leave classrooms.

"Lateral Flow Tests will be available from the school office and it’s still recommended that testing is done twice per week on a Sunday and a Wednesday."


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