Academy news

As a Multi-Academy Trust, we have used government guidance to form the basis of all our planning and decision making throughout the COVID-19 pandemic to help minimise the risk to our pupils and staff across our 15 academies.

Together we have identified the risks specific to each academy and have updated our COVID-19 Risk Assessment appropriately. For transparency, the following Risk Assessment provides you with the opportunity to view this academy's latest risk assessment that we will be following when our academies fully reopen in March.

As we are all aware, guidance and restrictions are regularly changing, and the impact of those changes may not be reflected in the document while it is going through amendment and review.

Your child’s safety is important to us, as is that of our staff. Please do not send your child into school if they are feeling unwell. If your child develops COVID-19 symptoms in school, they will be isolated and should be tested for the virus as soon as possible. Any siblings will also be sent home as a precautionary measure.

For the latest government advice for parents, please visit the government website.

We want to thank you for your support and understanding as we continue to work towards a safe return and getting “back to school”.

We are delighted to announce that Julia - one of our Year 4 students - has been chosen to receive an award recognising her as a Young Covid Hero of 2020.

Awarded by the Rotary Club of Senlac, the reward shows appreciation for local young people who care for a family member as a way of life. The 17 nominees, aged between 8 and 16, were elected using accounts of the hours of work and level of responsibility that they undertook whilst looking after their loved one.

The award not only recognises the attention that Julia brought to her caring work during these uncertain times, but also the affection which inspired it. Well done Julia!

 

Julia

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