In accordance with the most recent government guidance, all students will begin a phased return to school from 8th March. Remote learning through Microsoft Teams will continue until students are onsite. Read our letter to parents and carers here

Please note the start date for your son's year group:

Monday 8th March: Y11 pupils

Tuesday 9th March: Y10 pupils

Wednesday 10th March: Y9 pupils

Thursday 11th March: Y8 pupils

Friday 12th March: Y7 pupils


If your son has been attending as part of the key worker / vulnerable group, he attends from Monday 8th March as normal and will be taught in this group until his full year group returns.

News

Covid-19 Risk Assessment Review
21/01/2021



Please see the latest revisions regarding precautions against Covid-19 revised since lockdown 2021.

Open the files below to see more information.

Schools/Settings COVID 19- Health and Safety Risk Assessment
COVID19- Schools’ Lateral Flow Testing Risk Assessment


The information includes new advice from the NHS about Test & Trace processes as well as new guidance about student bubbles, teaching zones, staff protection, cleaning practices, travel arrangements,  wearing face masks and remote learning.   

Remote Learning is now done through Microsoft Teams. School email accounts for all pupils have been created to promote further use of online learning through Microsoft teams in the event of future school closures.

Paper work packs – containing the same differentiated work as is set online – will also be made available so that students without internet/device access are not further disadvantaged.

Access to school for pupils without a device will be considered on a case by case basis to balance risk of Covid-19 transmission with school opening.


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