Coronavirus and COVID-19 Update: Exam preparation and Ofqual advice We recognise that students, parents, schools and colleges will be concerned about the possible impact of coronavirus on the 2020 summer exam series. Ofqual’s advice at this time is to continue to prepare for exams and other assessments as normal. Ofqual continues to work closely with…

Coronavirus_advice_for_education_settings_poster Dear Parents/Carers We are continuing to keep you updated on the Government’s response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Public Health England advises that the risk to individuals in the UK remains low. Where to find the latest information: Public Health England blog: Coronavirus – what you need to know   Official guidance says to take proportionate…

GCSE 9 to 1 grades: a brief guide for parents If you have children in year 11 taking GCSEs this year, many of their results will be reported on the new grade scale which runs from 9 (the highest grade) to 1 (the lowest grade). Here’s a brief guide to what that means. Why do…

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Despite the difficult time we find ourselves in, pupils have been working hard to produce some outstanding physical education and dance theory pieces. Please see attached some of the excellent work carried out at home and submitted to staff via Google Classroom. PE and Dance Work

English KS4 Dear students, Below are some fantastic resources which are currently free for the public to access from home. This is a very rare opportunity as usually these performances and resources are very expensive and/or very limited; for your Easter homework, you need to complete one of the tasks below:   The National Theatre…

Your child may understandably be concerned or worried by what they see, read or hear in the see in the news or read online regarding coronavirus (covid-19). As a parent or carer, it’s good to talk to them honestly but calmly about what is happening, and to not ignore or shield them from what is…