We are looking forward to being able to see Years 10 and 12 back in school and would like to give you an outline of how we intend to do that starting from Monday, 15 June. The face to face days will be designed to consolidate the learning the students have been doing remotely, as well as prepare them for future remote learning.
Here you will find details of how we will run operationally the face to face days for Year 10 and Year 12, along with the main Risk Assessment and Behaviour Policy:
- WHS Plan for Return of Years 10 & 12
- Risk Assessment for Years 10 & 12 Reopening
- Interim Behaviour Policy (June 2020)
If you wish to give us feedback on our proposals, please email email@example.com.
If, after reading the above information, you will be choosing not to send your child back to school on Monday, 15 June, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, clearly stating the student’s name and form group. It is important we know if you have made this decision as we will adjust groups and staffing as appropriate.
An example of a classroom prepared for socially distanced teaching:
Markings at the entrance school to maintain social distancing:
Current provision for children of key workers: