I really hope you can spend a few minutes reading this letter and discussing the relevant points with your children. We have had three weeks of full time school with all students and staff present. It has been a really strong start with very few teething troubles, I hope you will agree.
The school photographs for Year 7 and Year 12 students have now been rearranged for Monday 28 September.
Public Health England have produced the following letter to distribute to parents which explains when a person requires a coronavirus test and what the symptoms of coronavirus are.
Further to our previous Open Evening post we wanted to post a quick update.
We wanted to share this Quick Guide For Parents and Carers with you regarding what to do if your child displays symptoms of Corona Virus.
As we have mentioned in previous communications, this year, our Open Evenings will be entirely virtual. This will consist of the following resources to all future Parents, Carers and Students to get a real flavour of our school.
As we approach the end of the first full week back to school, after a long closure for the vast majority of students, I wanted to express my appreciation for the manner in which our students and staff have supported and embraced the control measures that are in place.
For the safety of all, we are continually reviewing our Covid 19 Risk Assessment for reception staff and as such, we will be putting the following measures in place for Parents and Carers to restrict person to person contact and optimise social distancing.
Our Deputy Headteacher, Mr Golding has written to all Parents and Carers to outline a few key points regarding the safe return of students to school.
We are excited to announce that we will be launching our first ever 'Virtual Open Evenings', the first of which which will go live on Wednesday 23 September 2020.