Letter from The Headteacher

21 September 2020 Year 11 Update

Dear Parents of Year 11 pupils

Further to my earlier letter, I am writing to give you an update on the Year 11 pupils who were sent home to self-isolate today. Today, we have consulted with the DfE, NHS and the Romero Catholic Academy Trust. We are hoping to bring back the majority of Year 11 pupils later this week, at the earliest opportunity. However, we are waiting to receive further clarification from Public Health England regarding our plans. In the meantime, we are asking all Year 11 pupils to remain at home. We will communicate with you as soon as we have had approval from Public Health England.

Home Learning Expectations

Work will be posted on Show My Homework and will follow the pupils school timetable for that day. It is expected that if pupils are fit and well they will complete this work and post it back to their teacher on Show My Homework. Their teacher will be available to answer questions and provide help during the hour pupils should be taught by them and so, following the school day from home is advised. This way your child will keep up to date with their learning.

Thank you for your continued support.

Yours sincerely

Richard Varey


21 September 2020 Update

Dear Parents of Year 11 pupils

This morning we have had two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Year 11 year group. As a precautionary measure we are sending the whole of the Year 11 year group home to self-isolate. Over the rest of today, we will be identifying pupils who have come into close contact with these two children. It may be that we are able to invite pupils who have had no contact with them back into school shortly. We ask at this stage that all pupils self-isolate and details of return dates will follow.

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.

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.

Thank you for your patience. Best wishes to you and your family.

Covid Symptoms

Yours sincerely

Richard Varey


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