This page contains information about how the school is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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 @ email@example.com
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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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
As part of the government’s move to Step 3 of the roadmap, from Monday 17 May, new advice applies to the use of face coverings by staff, pupils and students in schools and further education in England. Our guidance on face coverings has been updated to reflect these changes.
Face coverings will no longer be recommended for pupils and students in classrooms or communal areas, in all schools and FE providers. Face coverings will also no longer be recommended for staff in classrooms. In all schools and FE providers, we continue to recommend that face coverings should be worn by staff and visitors in situations outside of classrooms where social distancing is not possible (for example, when moving around in corridors and communal areas).
The reintroduction of face coverings for pupils, students or staff may be advised for a temporary period in response to particular localised outbreaks, including variants of concern. In all cases, any educational drawbacks should be balanced with the benefits of managing transmission. The Local Action Committee structure (Bronze/Silver/Gold) should be used in such circumstances to re-introduce the use of face coverings. Immediate outbreak response (at the level of individual settings or a cluster of settings) remains for local Directors of Public Health to advise on.