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Face to face support for children and young people in year 10 and year 12

Dear parents/carers

Following the Government guidance announced last month that “secondary schools and colleges offer some face to face support for children and young people in year 10 and year 12 to supplement their remote education.” I look forward to welcoming back students in Years 10 and 12 from 16th June. The guidance goes on to say; “This will not be a return to full timetables or pupils back in school full time, rather some support to supplement pupils’ remote education.”

This letter outlines what we are aiming to do and why we are aiming to do it.
Our number one priority remains the health and safety of all of our staff and students at St Augustine’s. These are unprecedented times and we will do our best to work and communicate with each other to ensure that we are updating/adapting and developing our strategies to ensure we continue to provide high quality education to all of our students, whilst maintaining a safe environment.

Core principles informing the process

  • Keep all community members safe and support well-being
  • Play our part in reducing transmission
  • Keep up to date with new announcements/changes in guidance
  • Aim to have clear, transparent communication
  • Monitor what is happening and be prepared to change the plan when necessary

Why are we planning to bring some students back to school?

  • To offer “face to face” care, guidance and support where attempts to do this online have proved challenging
  • To provide academic mentoring to students to identify any issues with learning where attempts to do this online have proved challenging
  • To re-engage some students in the learning process particularly those who may have “shut down”
  • To experience lessons in school and address any disconnect with schooling that students may be experiencing

How we will aim to do this safely

  • Carry out risk assessments for staff and students and ask some of our community not to come on site
  • Request that any community members displaying symptoms request a test and self-isolate in line with government advice… Read more here

Year 10 -  Letter to parents/Carers 

Year 12 -  Letter to parents/Carers