This page contains information about how the school is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Testing of Students on site
All parents and carers would have received a letter with the full details on when your child is due to come in for their testing in the next two weeks. Full details are also available here.
Home Learning Support
Help for remote learning is available here.
Google Classroom can be accessed via this link.
Our creative afternoon sessions are available here.
For technical issues please email KHS Student ICT Help @ firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have issues with the work that was set please email class teacher.
You would have received a letter with further information on how to create the guardian account in Google Classroom. More help can be accessed here.
Our Risk Assessment for Reopening is available to download below.
If you have any queries regarding exams and results, please visit our Exams page .
Updates will be added to the KHS news throughout, including reopening plans .
Copies of any letters, are available here.
Please read our Covid 19 Behaviour Policy before returning to school.
We know that being restricted in your movements can be frustrating, but we would like to assure you that there is a contact at school if you have a concern. This can be used by students who are having a hard time or feeling low or family members and others who become concerned about the safety of a student. Please contact: email@example.com including the name of the student and their year group if this is known, or any other information you may have to help identify them.
Guidance on use of face covering when travelling to school or college
Children aged 11 and over are legally required to wear a face covering on public transport in England, unless exempt for health, age or disability reasons.
In accordance with advice from Public Health England, we recommend that local authorities advise children and young people aged 11 and over to wear a face covering when travelling on dedicated school transport, unless they are exempt. Coronavirus (COVID-19) usually spreads by droplets from coughs, sneezes and speaking. When used correctly, wearing a face covering may reduce the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) droplets in certain circumstances, helping to protect others.
Schools should support local authorities in promoting the use of face coverings when travelling to and from school, and help them to resolve any issues of non-compliance where appropriate.
The ‘Hands. Face. Space.’ campaign urges everyone to continue to wash their hands, cover their face and make space to control infection rates. The NHS has released a ‘Hands. Face. Space.’ video that may be a useful resource when communicating the importance of wearing a face covering on transport directly to children and young people.
Further information on face coverings can be found in our guidance on transport to school and other places of education: autumn term 2020.