Snow Day on Monday

I would like to thank all stakeholders for their understanding and support on Monday of this week as we grappled with the additional challenges of the inclement weather conditions that came our way.

As you are aware, with many staff not able to attend school and working from home, we uploaded work onto google classrooms for students to complete at home or in school and then returned to our live lessons approach on Tuesday, once all staff could be back together in the school environment.

Despite encouraging all staff to stay at home, over 35 staff came in to school on Monday – some staff walking for over an hour to be on site to help and support the staff and students who were in! It was an incredibly powerful testimony of the togetherness and willingness to ‘be there for each other’ at this time that exists in our school community and which sometimes gets overlooked.

Members of the Senior Leadership were even seen to be helping out our amazing site team led by our hardworking and dedicated Site Manager across the Trust Mr Campion. Equipped with gloves and mini salt spreaders they did their bit to ensure the school site was as safe as possible for their colleagues and the students who attended school at the start of the week.

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