Spring Term 2021
Reopening school letters and information
School Risk Assessment – Covid19 February Risk Assessment
Critical Worker School Provision
If you are a critical worker and have no other option for childcare please complete the form below. This provision should only be accessed as a last resort and wherever possible pupils should remain home
week beginning 1.3.21 – http://bit.ly/3k8IHM4
week beginning 23.2.21 – http://bit.ly/3a7Guga
Spring Term Letters
Autumn Term 2020
Track Trace and Protect Information – TTP Information for Schools – staff-parents-guardians
Information for Parents
Reopening Risk Assessment – September reopening plan
Drop off and collection points
|Class||Opening time||Collection time||Entrance/Exit|
|Nursery||8:50||11:20||Nursery Main door & Conservatory door|
|Reception||8:40||15:00||Reception grey gate on Convent St|
|Year 1/2||8:35||15:10||Main gate from Convent St|
|Year 3||8:40||15:20||Learning Pod Fire Exit|
|Year 4||8:40||15:20||Caepistyll Street near garage|
|Year 5||8:40||15:25||Basement door|
|Year 6||8:40||15:25||Main entrance|
Summer Term 2020
Letters to Parents
Please find letter for parents from Nick Williams Chief Education Officer regarding the reopening of schools in September further details will follow as soon as possible – Letter to Parents 090720
Please find the enclosed timetable for the return to school – 23rd June 2020
Transition to school information from the Local Authority below:
Please find all latest news and updates here:
Please find enclosed three documents regarding the opening of our school from 29th June 2020.
- The first document is a letter which is five pages and includes any questions or queries you may have regarding the health and safety of opening for the children.
- The second document is a timetable of which classes or groups of children will be in on which days. This is four pages, and includes the timetable for each week from 29th June to 24th
- The third document is a risk assessment, detailing what we are doing as a school, to ensure the safety of pupils and staff, as we start to bring children back into school.
If you indicated that your child will be returning to school, your child’s teacher will telephone you on Wednesday or Thursday this week to explain which group your child will be in. If you indicated you are unsure about their return, please text to let us know your decision by Thursday if possible. Your child’s teacher will also telephone you.
Home learning will continue as usual throughout this period. Please contact us if you are having any difficulties or need further support with this.
The local authority has made two decisions which will affect all schools. We will not be opening to nursery aged children during this period and the emergency childcare for keyworkers will continue, but the hours will be 08:30 to 15:30 Monday to Friday from 29th June to 24th July.
Many thanks once again for your continued support, please do not hesitate to contact me via email, text or telephone should you need any further guidance.
Letter regarding emergency childcare and latest information about school reopening
Letter from Director of Education – June 20 Letter to parents
Letter from Mrs Heald 3rd June – Letter regarding reopening of school