Coronavirus: advice & home learning
On this page:
– The government’s key health message
– Information on reopening for for students in Year 10
– Transition information for students moving to secondary school in September
– Home learning and welfare information for students in Years 7-10
– Other useful information for parents and carers
The government’s key health message
- stay at home as much as possible
- work from home if you can
- limit contact with other people
- keep your distance if you go out (2 metres apart where possible)
- wash your hands regularly
Do not leave home if you or someone you live with has any of the following:
- a high temperature
- a new, continuous cough
- a loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste
Information for students in Year 10
Updated 8 June
Principal Mr Brice recently wrote to parents and carers of Year 10 students to explain our plans for a limited reopening for Year 10 students, in line with government policy, from mid-June. Social distancing measures would be in place, and students would come in according to a strict timetable.
For each student in Year 10, a personalised timetable has been sent.
Transition information for students moving to secondary school in September
Updated 8 June
During the summer term we usually welcome those Year 6 pupils who are joining us in September for our transition programme. Due to school closures that is not possible this year, so we have created our Transition site at transition.cam.coop to provide all the information you need to get ready for the move to secondary school.
Home learning from academy teachers for Years 7-10
Each week, all students in Years 7-10 are set a task for each lesson they study, to complete at home and submit online. The student homepage is full of useful information on how to access these, and help guides for those who need it.
We are also asking students to check in with us at the start of each week and tell us how they are doing. Students can do this through an ‘assignment’ set each week via Google Classroom.
Other useful resources you may wish to explore
Looking after yourself during Coronavirus – including links to support services
Further information for parents and carers
You can get in touch by calling reception (0161 795 3005), sending a My Ed message or messaging us on our Twitter and Facebook pages. There is an emergency number which will be picked up by our safeguarding team (07973 799103).
Please contact us if you are not receiving these letters by text or My Ed.