Live lesson timetable for week beginning 22 June

Below are the sessions running this week. There have been some updates to the timetable to coordinate with the return of Y10 students to school from 15 June. Students and parents have been emailed directly explaining the changes. As always, students can access and find out more information about these live sessions through their Google classrooms.

Live lesson timetable for week beginning 15 June

Below are the sessions running this week. There have been some updates to the timetable to coordinate with the return of Y10 students to school from 15 June. Students and parents have been emailed directly explaining the changes. As always, students can access and find out more information about these live sessions through their Google classrooms.

This week’s live lesson timetable

Below is the timetable that has been sent to all students for this week. A reminder, students can find out more about the live sessions through their Google Classrooms,

Update for Year 10 students 03/06/20

Dear Parents/Carers of our Year 10 students. I am sure that you would have seen the update over half term regarding face to face sessions for Year 10 students. The update states that students can return to school from 15 June and limited to 25% of students on a given day. We are now working out a suitable timetable and will write to you once this is finalised. With kind regards, Mr Challis. Headteacher.

Live lesson timetable for after half term

After half term the live lesson timetable will continue. Here are the timetabled sessions for 1-5 June. Students will receive more details through their Google Classrooms.

We wish all of our students and families a good half term break.

 

Relationships & Sex Education (RSE) Consultation

Dear Stakeholders

Relationships & Sex Education (RSE)

From 1 September 2020, regulations come into force which require all schools to follow statutory guidance on the provision of relationships education (primaries only), relationships and sex education (secondaries only) and health education (both). Trusts need to consult on the content of their policy and I am pleased to attach the relevant document for your information.

Under current circumstances and the closure of schools, it is not possible to hold a face to face consultation meeting.  However, we are happy to receive written feedback and comments.  If you wish to provide feedback or speak to a representative from your school, please contact  in the first instance and this will be arranged for you.  Please advise your name, your child’s name, the school they attend.

The consultation period will be open from 18 May until 5pm on 5 June and feedback should be forwarded as above, to .

We look forward to receiving your feedback.