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Please find attached the latest letter from the headteacher. This letter contains important information and will require an immediate response from some parents today. The letter can be accessed here.
We now have the information we need concerning how to maintain educational provision. We will write to you later this morning with a fuller response. The government’s advice is below but please note that the advice is clear. Wherever possible, children should not be at school from Monday. DfE Advice on Maintaining Education Provision (Including definitions of critical workers).
Please see the latest letter from the Headteacher regarding school closures and other important information. Letter from Headteacher 19th March 2020
Letter from Sarah Busby, Chief Executive Officer
As you can imagine, we’ve been working through the night to try and understand what last night’s announcement regarding school closure actually means. Schools are closed but not closed… At the moment, this is all we know. We hope that this morning brings the clarification we, and you, so desperately need. We are seeking answers to a huge number of questions; we would guess our questions are the same as yours. We will be working hard, together Read More …
Following the government’s announcement that schools nationwide are to close from Friday afternoon we would like to reassure students and their families that we are working hard on our contingency plans and will update you on how this will affect you in the coming days and weeks. For the next two days the information contained in the headteacher’s letter remains current. The letter can be found here.
Letter from Headteacher 18th March Covid 19 update
Tomorrow we will be closed for both Year 9 and Year 8 students because we know we will have even fewer teachers in school tomorrow. Closing for particular year groups allows us to re-deploy teachers of those year groups to help keep Year 10 and 11 at school and studying for their GCSEs. We will try to keep Year 7 here too, as we know some of you work in healthcare and would probably not want to Read More …
Please be advised, if you or anyone you live with has a cough or a temperature you should stay at home for 14 days. We ask parents/carers to check the national news for further information.
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