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Please can we ask that you provide the following information: student name, date of test, date result received and date symptoms first began.

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We are looking forward to welcoming our school community back tomorrow, Monday 12th April, at 8.40am.Please make sure that you pack your bag tonight ready for a Week 1 Monday and check that you have all your school equipment including a face mask.Please also make sure that you are wearing full school uniform or full school PE kit so that we have no awkward conversations in the morning! Make sure that any nail varnish is removed too! As it is now the summer term, school polo shirts can be worn in place of shirts and ties, but blazers need to be worn has usual!Have a great Sunday and see you tomorrow! ... See MoreSee Less

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As you may have seen on the evening news, the Department for Education has released the following information regarding the wearing of face coverings in school: "The government has today, Tuesday 6 April, confirmed that face coverings should continue to be worn in secondary school and college classrooms as a precautionary measure when students return after the Easter break.This cautious approach will help limit the risk of transmission and enable continued monitoring of the effect of school and college returns, as twice weekly testing is established and embedded in pupil’s routines.It is expected that face coverings will no longer be required to be worn in classrooms, or by students in other communal areas, at Step 3 of the roadmap, which will be no earlier than Monday 17 May. At that point the next stage of easements, including increased social contact indoors, will be confirmed following a review of the latest data on infection and vaccination rates. It will also allow time for the vaccination programme to reach everyone in priority groups one to nine with their first dose before any change is committed.All changes will be confirmed with one week’s notice and all other safety measures will remain in place, including regular asymptomatic testing, smaller group bubbles, increased hygiene, ventilation, and social distancing where possible."We will, of course, keep all our families informed as further information is published. ... See MoreSee Less

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