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A Message to our Year 11 Leavers






Letter from The Headteacher

16 July 2020

Dear Parents

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As we have reached the end of our extra-ordinary academic year, I just wanted to wish you a good summer and thank you for all you have done in supporting the school and your own children with home learning over the last four months. I’m sure that you are looking forward to the break as much as our teachers and children are! I would also like to thank the staff at Blessed Trinity for the way they have met the many challenges presented to them during lockdown.

Plans for September 2020
The Governors have today agreed a provisional plan for a full return in September 2020 which balances the minimising of contact between year groups with providing a broad and ambitious curriculum. As you will be aware, the Government will be reviewing the Coronavirus situation on August 11th. It is a distinct possibility that the Department for Education guidance could change. As I highlighted in my letter to you last week, I will write to you shortly after that date with full details of our opening plan.

Our full return will be staggered throughout the first week of school between 2nd September and the 4th September to enable children to understand our new procedures.

• Year 11 and our new Year 7 pupils will return to school on Wednesday 2nd September.
• Years 8 and 10 will return on Thursday 3rd September.
• Year 9 will return on Friday 4th September.

It is also likely that we will introduce changes to lunchtime, break time and tutor time. Pupils may be taught within zoned areas for year groups for the majority of their timetable. There will of course be heightened hygiene procedures in place. Several rooms will be utilised in different ways. It is likely that there will be several other changes to our normal procedures. I will provide you with full details following Government confirmation. We can’t wait to see all of our pupils back in September.

Year 11
A reminder that your examination grades will be emailed out at 9am on 20th August 2020. It will be both an exciting and nervous day for you all and if you need any help, support or advice remember that we have a team of staff on school waiting to take your call. (01282 506200). I would like to once again, wish you well and look forward to seeing you again soon. If you need any support, do not hesitate to get in touch.

On our return to school, we will be expecting all pupils to attend in full school uniform. The full uniform policy can be found on our website:

Thank you once again. It has been a long and difficult term in many ways, but I do believe that the challenges caused by this terrible disease have brought out the best in our wonderful school community. Stay safe this summer. God bless.


Yours sincerely
Richard Varey


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