Following the recent Government announcement regarding the return to school for some pupils, we are currently working on a plan to enable Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 to return to school after half-term. Please read the Surrey County Council Letter To Parent And Carers 19 May 2020 following the recent government announcements about reopening schools.
For all other year groups, we are continuing with our virtual learning environment until further notice. We are providing virtual and remote task-based learning for those pupils at home whilst continuing with on-site care for the children of key workers who attend our school.
We will continue to provide support, latest updates and advice on this page, as well as through our social media channels; Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Please find attached the partnership Staying Safe At Home leaflet covering some key safeguarding and wellbeing messages including Domestic Abuse, Mental Health and Online Safety.
If you are looking for a place for September and beyond, or would like to join us earlier to take advantage of our virtual learning environment, please contact the admissions team at e: email@example.com to find out how to proceed. Our virtual recruitment process can be adapted to include online interviews and remote testing.
Managing Your Virtual Day in Seniors is our useful guide on how best to plan, manage and access our Senior School virtual learning curriculum. Our adapted Prep School version, Navigating a Virtual Prep School Day has some top tips. These documents can also be found at the bottom of this page. Our weekly newsletters also include advice on structuring the learning day for all ages as well as things to do at home.
For an update on the latest symptoms of COVID-19 to look out for, go to https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-to-educational-settings-about-covid-19/guidance-to-educational-settings-about-covid-19
We also know how important it is that our pupils maintain their wellbeing during this challenging time. To try and help, please refer to our latest newsletter for tips and advice from our Well Being Manager, Mrs Denise Mills. If you have any emotional wellbeing questions that Mrs Mills may be able to support you with, or if your child is struggling emotionally, please email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also see the advice 5.5.20 Police Advice Zoom Safety Settings from Surrey Police which may be helpful to you in considering wider aspects of Online Security when connecting with friends and family members from home.
We will still be issuing a weekly emailed newsletter which will be posted here every Friday (or Monday morning) during term time after issuing by email to parents. Here are the latest copies:-