The Times has quoted Craig Vincent in an article about schools’ concerns around teachers needing to quarantine for two weeks during term time as a result of travel during the October half term.
Craig is Head of HR Consultancy Services in the Employment Team at Stone King, with specialist knowledge in the education sector.
He says: “Headteachers are planning ahead as best they can to keep classes running and their students learning despite the challenges resulting from Covid-related absences. Schools have been getting in touch with us concerned about their teachers and other staff travelling abroad during the October half term and the risk that they will need to self-isolate when they return if the country they visit is not listed as ‘exempt’.
To read Stone King’s guidance around this topic, please go to: School employees - quarantine after travel