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The UK government have produced guidance for schools which explain how children who need help with intimate care (such as managing a bladder or bowel condition) should be supported during the coronavirus pandemic:

Coronavirus (COVID-19): implementing protective measures in education and childcare settings
Updated 1 June 2020

The Department for Education has also issued guidance for special schools, specialist colleges, local authorities and any other settings managing children and young people with education, health and care plans, including those with complex needs. 

All schools must provide this care.

We would urge families of children and young people who need with intimate care, to read this guidance and talk to school staff. School nurses (where not redeployed) should also be able to help with drawing up health care plans for children and young people. 

Read our blog about further support for children at school during Covid-19