COVID-19 Updates


31st March 2021
COVID Update 14
Evidence used for each subject for the determination of Centre Assessed Grades 2021 – March 2021
JCQ Guidance for Students and Parents: GCSE and AS/A Levels in England, Summer 2021

16th March 2021
COVID update 13 – COVID Home Testing for Students

8th March 2021
March 2021 Opening Risk Assessment

5th March 2021
Worcestershire Headteachers’ Letter re Face Coverings – March 2021

3rd March 2021
Year 13 – Parents’ Evening & May Assessments Information

25th February 2021
COVID Update 12 – GCSE, Vocational, AS and A Level Grade Assessment Process

24th February 2021
COVID update 11 – Return to school arrangements

25th January 2021
Providing Remote Education – Info to Parents (Jan 2021)

19th January 2021
COVID Update 10 – Scheduled Time away from Teams

7th January 2021
COVID Update 9 – Urgent Exams Update for Years 11, 12 & 13

5th January 2021
COVID update 8 – Lockdown remote learning arrangements

31st December 2020
COVID Update 7 – Amended Arrangements for Start to Spring Term
Accessing online resources (Students)
Microsoft Teams for Students

17th December 2020
COVID Update 6 – Staggered Start to Spring Term

16th December 2020
COVID Update 5 – Covid Testing in Schools

7th December 2020
COVID Update 4 – End of term CV19 Guidance

4th December 2020
WCC Director of Childrens Services letter to parents – 03122020

11th November 2020
Face Coverings – Guidance from Worcestershire County Council

4th November 2020
COVID UPDATE – Face Coverings
September Opening Risk Assessment – updated 4th November

1st October 2020
Public Health England have advised that, from Monday 5th October 2020, it will be compulsory for face coverings to be worn at all times on both public transport and school contract bus services.  Face coverings must be worn for the duration of the journey.

County Transport have issued the following regulations for students (Updated 1st October 2020)

29th September 2020
Covid Update 2 – Letter from Dr Evans

28th September 2020
Confirmed case – Letter from Dr Evans

24th September 2020

Letter for parents about COVID-19 symptoms
Public Health England have produced a letter for schools to distribute to parents which explains when a person requires a coronavirus test and what the symptoms of coronavirus are. The Department would be grateful if you could share and circulate this letter amongst parents at your school.

The intention of the letter is to help prevent children being taken out of school unnecessarily and answer some of the questions parents may have around testing.

NHS Test and Trace Guidance for Parents and Guardians- 23-09-2020

18th September 2020
Covid-19 Update 1 – Letter from Dr Evans
Guidance for Parents – Covid-19 Related Student Absence

COVID-19 Catch-up Premium Grant 2020-21