Letters sent by the Headteacher regarding Coronavirus and other useful information.
20 October 2020
stem4 Virtual Parent Conference
An evening of online talks from a series of acclaimed speakers including Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Nihara Krause, aimed at helping you to understand mental health challenges in young people in general, as well as the impact of COVID-19 on mental health. There will also be a discussion on steps parents and carers can take to boost resilience, in their families and themselves
Please click below to register
1 October 2020
To celebrate our 125 year anniversary, plus 100 years of CCF and 10 years of RR6 Ms Howarth gave an assembly to students. Watch it here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XjraCk8VP_nh5G9VClwuSOHYbPxJxtRR/view?usp=sharing
28 September 2020
24 September 2020
Guides for the NHS COVID-19 app
23 September 2020
21 September 2020
What is the difference between Coronavirus, Cold and Flu?
For more information, please click below
11 September 2020
02 September 2020
27 August 2020
A Level Results Day Press Release
21 July 2020 Governing Body Annual Statement
14 July 2020
Important Information – Please read if returning to school on the 15th June 2020
Summer 2020 exam information
Letter from Mr Gormally:
Department for Education Coronavirus helpline
On Monday 5th March 2020, we launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows:
Phone: 0800 046 8687
Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)
- No school should close in resposnse to a suspected ( or confirmed) COVID-19 case unless advised to do so by Public Health England.
Updated travel advice for travellers returning from Italy – Updated 09/03/2020
The advice remains the same for travellers returning from the lockdown areas of Italy, that you should self-isolate even if you are not showing symptoms. The advice for other parts of Italy has been expanded to cover the whole country: if you have returned from anywhere else in Italy outside of the lockdown areas, you should self-isolate if you develop symptoms and call NHS 111.
The latest travel guidance can be found here:
Further information on what you should do if you are asked to self-isolate can be found here:
The importance of hygiene – Updated 09/03/2020
Personal hygiene is the most important way we can tackle COVID-19, especially washing hands more; and the catch it, bin it, kill it strategy for those with coughs and sneezes.
Wash your hands more often for 20 seconds with soap and hot water.
In addition to handwashing before eating and after sneezing, both children and staff should also wash hands after using toilets and after travelling on public transport.
Please help us in sharing simple and effective hand hygiene messages:
Wash your hands more often for 20 seconds with soap and water. Or use hand sanitiser. Protect yourself and others.
— NHS (@NHSuk) March 4, 2020
Public Health England has a dedicated webpage with a range of posters and digital materials at:
Sign up is quick, free and means you will be alerted as more resources are made available.
Government Coronavirus action plan
On Tuesday 6th March 2020, the Coronavirus action plan was launched. This document sets out what the UK as a whole has done to tackle the Coronavirus (COVID-19), and what it plans to do next.
The action plan can be found here:
Action plan overview
The action plan sets out a four phased approach in response to the Coronavirus – Contain, Delay, Mitigate, and Research. An approach designed by world leading experts.
As there are already cases in the UK, the current emphasis is on the Contain and Research phases, but planning for Delay and Mitigation is already in train.
As part of the Contain phase, we have been providing advice about educational settings in England, which can be found on Public Health England’s website. We also launched a DfE helpline to manage the flow of increasing queries, from providers parents and young people.
Personal hygiene is the most important way we can tackle COVID-19, especially washing hands more; and the catch it, bin it, kill it strategy for those with coughs and sneezes – also help in delaying the peak of the infection.
The action plan is a framework that outlines the types of options open to government in each of these four phases. But this document is only a list of the types of measures we could consider – not those we are planning to implement.
Current advice remains in place: No school should close in response to a suspected (or confirmed) COVID-19 case unless advised to do so by Public Health England.
The e-Bug project is led by Public Health England and has a dedicated webpage for learning resources on hand washing and respiratory hygiene.
Resources are currently available for KS1, KS2 and KS3 and can be used in various settings including schools:
Where to find the latest information
Updates on COVID-19:
Guidance for educational settings:
Travel advice for those travelling and living overseas: