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High School

Please view our  Welcome to School Webinar from the 2  September , which may answer any queries you may have about the opening . 

 

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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 up 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. 

Useful links:

Department of Education Guidance on Facemasks in the school

Department of Education  Guidance for full opening of schools

Department of Education  Guidance  What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

Guidance on use of face covering when travelling to school or college

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.    

 

Launch of the #backtoschoolsafely campaign

We have launched our #backtoschoolsafely  campaign to reassure parents and students that schools and colleges are ready for their return in September.

This is part of the Government’s wider Stay Alert campaign. You will see newspaper and billboard advertising from today, with radio and digital adverts from Monday 24 August, which will run until early September, alongside wider engagement with the teaching profession and local communities.

The latest statistics from the Office for National Statistics show there is growing confidence among parents that their children will return to school in September, testament to the hard work of school staff.

Parents are encouraged to visit gov.uk/backtoschool for information and practical guidance to help them plan for their children’s return to school.