During the closure period, our aim is to minimise the impact on the education of our students. We have prepared, and continue to prepare, schoolwork for all students across all year groups, with access to work in each of their subjects Via the VLE.
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OSA Online Safety
Empathy Week 2020
Online Teaching and Learning
Year 10 Work Experience Cancelled
Mental Health Wellbeing
The Year 11 Prom, due to take place on Friday 19th June, is cancelled. We appreciate that this will be really disappointing for a number of our Year 11 students, however, it is not feasible given the current National circumstances and the school closure situation. Unfortunately, we do not know how long the current arrangements will be in place and, as a result, the most cautious step to take in this situation is to cancel the event.
As we indicated before, when schools reopen we will arrange a celebration event so that our students have the opportunity to gather together and reflect on their All Saints' journey. We are sorry that this decision has had to be made but we are committed to ensuring that students and staff remain safe.
Take Care and God Bless
Mrs Johnson and Mr Cuomo
Dear Parents and Carers,
Here at All Saints’ we are absolutely determined to keep the school open to ensure that the children of key workers and vulnerable children have a safe environment to attend whilst the current Coronavirus situation unfolds. To help us to plan for next week, we need the following information from parents. If you are a key worker, outlined on the list below, please email at firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, your children who attend the school, your job title and if you intend to send your child into All Saints’ next week. If you do not work in the following areas, please do not respond to this message.
List of Key Workers
Information for Parents on the school closure
Where parents or students have questions about the work, it would be appropriate to use their school email addresses rather than personal ones to contact school staff; these email addresses can be monitored, therefore, they are more appropriate from a safeguarding perspective.
Currently teachers are setting work via the VLE and will be indicating on the resources which activities students should be completing. Students should be saving this work in subject folders. Teachers will indicate whether or not they want a piece of work submitting to them via the student's email address. Students should only be contacting teachers regarding questions about the work set or with work that the teacher has specifically instructed their class to submit. Students should not be sending every piece of work they have completed through to teachers; as Mr Hutchinson indicated earlier in the week, it should be saved and filed, ready to be printed as part of the sequence of work that would be typically found in a student's exercise book or folder.
In terms of our Year 11 and 13 students, at this stage the Department for Education have indicated that GCSEs and A-Level examinations are cancelled and that grades will be arrived at through factoring in previous assessment information, mock information and projections. Our advice would be that wherever students can continue with their studies, they should do so, to offer structure to their days, maintain good working habits and ensure that they are placing themselves in the best possible position for the next stage of their education journey by completing work they would have ordinarily have done in preparation for the transition to Further or Higher Education.
Mrs Johnson and Mr Cuomo