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Lateral Flow Testing

Lateral Flow Testing

Please find the Covid-19 Testing Privacy Notice at the bottom of this page

Upon our return to school in September, we will carry out 2 rounds of in school Covid lateral flow testing for all consenting pupils. More information regarding this will be available soon.

Important
Pupils should report all results to the NHS. However, you only need to report your result to Reddish Vale High School if your result is positive.

Report result to NHS Test and Trace here
Report a positive result to Reddish Vale High School by emailing us at:
covid@reddish.stockport.sch.uk 

It is extremely important for you to report your test result to the NHS, even if it is negative. Please find information on this topic and how to report test results here

 

New household account feature for parents reporting test results

NHS Test and Trace are continuing to develop and improve the process for self-test reporting. Currently, if a parent is submitting results through their account on behalf of a child, they have to enter the child’s details every time they report a result.

As a result of feedback from parents, NHS Test and Trace have introduced household accounts. This allows parents to save their children’s details to their own user accounts so parents can report results for multiple members in the household more quickly and easily.

When reporting self-test results parents will now be offered the opportunity to create a household account, which should take no more than 2 minutes. Parents can then add all household members to their account, enabling them to save time when reporting all future self-test results.

 

Community Collect - Universal Testing

Lateral Flow Devices are now available for any member of the public to use at home. More information can be found here

All adults can now receive a box of 7 lateral flow tests to take twice a week at home. 

You will be required to give some personal details such as your name and postcode upon collecting your test kit. 

You do not need to book an appointment to collect a test kit and the collection process should take no longer than 10 minutes.

You can collect kits from:

Fred Perry House
 - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 7am to 6pm
 - Wednesday, 7am to 7pm
 - Saturday, 10am to 2pm

You can also collect a test kit from the following libraries:
 - Bredbury
 - Bramhall
 - Cheadle
 - Cheadle Hulme
 - Edgerley
 - Hazel Grove
 - Heald Green
 - Heatons
- Reddish
 

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