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  • 16/07/21

    Parent Briefing - 15th July 2021

    “Year’s end is neither an end nor a beginning but a going on, with all the wisdom that experience can instill in us!” Hal Borland
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  • 05/07/21

    Parent briefing 5th July 2021 - important information about testing and last day of term

    Unfortunately, in line with the National picture, we too are experiencing an increased number of positive Covid-19 cases in our student population.  Over the last few weeks we have received notifications of positive results across our whole school population. Any students who were identified as...
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  • 02/07/21

    PCR Surge Testing - Tuesday 6th July 2021

    As you will have seen in the news, cases of COVID-19 are increasing in the county.  Because of this, the school have been asked to take part in a second round of PCR surge testing. We are pleased to advise you that we had an impressive return rate for our PCR testing on Tuesday 15th June 202...
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  • 23/06/21

    Positive case update 23rd June

    Following on from my letter yesterday regarding the recent increase in positive cases in schools across the country and regionally, we have today recorded 3 positive cases within the school community although all of these have yet to be confirmed by PCR test. Students who have been identified as pot...
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  • 22/06/21

    Parent Letter about positive cases

    After a long period with no covid-19 positive cases reported in school that resulted in students isolating, we have this week been required to isolate students that have potentially been a close contact either in school or in a social situation. As a school team we completely understand the frustrat...
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  • 15/06/21

    Prom Update

    Following last week’s update, I am now in a position to update you further with regard to the Prom 2021. Unfortunately, following the Prime Minister’s announcement yesterday, we are no longer in a position to run the Prom as planned.
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  • 14/06/21

    PCR testing - further information

      Support your child to register the test kit by visiting www.gov.uk/register-home-test. (set 2 of the instruction leaflet) This can be done today to save time in the morning.  Please be aware this is a different link to the one you register a lateral flow test and you do not need the 1...
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  • 11/06/21

    Important message regarding testing

    As you will be aware Cheshire West and Chester Council is currently experiencing an increase in cases of COVID-19. It is likely that this increase has been caused by the Delta variant, a variant that is more transmissible. During half-term a small number of cases that are likely to be the Delta vari...
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  • 09/06/21

    Parent Bulletin 9th June 2021

    As you will be aware from local and national news reports, case numbers of COVID-19 have been rising in some regions including Cheshire West and Chester and Wirral.  In response to this, the Director of Public Health is advising the re-introduction of the wearing face coverings for all students...
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  • 09/06/21

    Year 11 Prom update

    I am writing with an important update with regard to this year’s prom. However, I would like to begin by expressing our admiration for the way all Year 11 students celebrated with us on Leavers’ Day. After such a difficult year, it was heartening to see Year 11 students enjoying the day...
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  • 28/05/21

    Parent briefing 28th May 2021

    As the half-term closes, I just wanted to take the time to thank you once again for your support and feedback
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  • 21/05/21

    Parent Briefing 21st May 2021

    We are constantly monitoring government guidance closely to ensure we continue to follow all Covid-19 safe protocols and have continued to do this as we prepare for the return to school in September.  Clearly this is a constant changing situation, however I am mindful that where possible, we ar...
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