Letter from The Headteacher

28 September 2020 Year 10 Update

Dear Parents

As you will be aware, we have had several confirmed COVID-19 cases in school. This has resulted in groups of pupils being asked to self-isolate and work from home. In some cases, pupils who were displaying symptoms had been sent into school.

Please could I ask that you do not send your child to school if they are displaying symptoms of the virus. If your child has a continuous cough do not send them to school. Arrange for them to be tested. If your child’s test result comes back positive, please notify the school by telephoning the main reception on 01282 506200 or emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

This morning we have had one confirmed case of COVID-19 in the Year 10 year group. As a precautionary measure we are sending the whole of the Year 10 year group home to self-isolate. Over the rest of today, we will be identifying pupils who have come into close contact with this child. It may be that we are able to invite pupils who have had no contact with the pupil back into school shortly. We ask at this stage that all pupils self-isolate and details of return date will follow.

Home Learning Expectations

Work for children at home will be set on Show my Homework following their normal timetable for the day. It is imperative that pupils check Show my Homework regularly and complete the work that is set.

A short video presentation outlining what remote learning is and what we expect from you when at home.



You do not need to get your child tested unless they show symptoms. There is no need for anyone else in the house hold to self-isolate unless your child displays symptoms.

Covid Symptoms

Thank you for your continued support.

Yours sincerely

Richard Varey


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