We are delighted to welcome you back to a school year we hope will feel more normal however, we have taken a great deal of time to fully plan for mitigations related to COVID19 and we have included our latest risk assessment paperwork below.
With my best wishes for a healthy, happy and successful 2021-2022 academic year.
Advice and support
Please use this section of the website as well as your normal contact with the school through your child’s form tutor, so as to gain any information, guidance or support that you might need. Whether all students are on site or not, we will continue to be an open, caring and community minded school. Please speak to us whenever you need to.
We are delighted to day that the current Government guidance allows us, once again, to host a wide ranging co-curricular programme. Information on this programme will be shared in tutor time.
Our most common method of communication with families will be through ParentMail. Please keep an eye on this system so that you are always as up-to-date as possible. We also encourage you to follow us on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube.
There should be limited academic and social implications for your children if there is a closure of all or part of the school to onsite learning.
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As with co-curricular activites we are delighted that some school trips are returning to our calendar. Families will be written to about any trips that are relevant to your children.
Transport to and from school
We ask that parents and carers adhere to government guidance on the use of both public and private transport, including where this relates to the use of face coverings. We recommend that students walk to school wherever possible, such is the value of exercise to both our physical and mental health.
Our expectations for the standard of school uniform remain incredibly high – our line on this being that uniform should be worn ‘correctly, smartly and with pride’.
Full school uniform should be worn to and from school everyday. Children will get changed at school for their PE lessons.