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YEAR 10 UPDATE: Bespoke provision will start w/c 29 June

We have gone through all the data received from the check-in days, parents/carers have been sent details of the next steps for their child and the provision that will be available to them until the end of term. 

The data analysed includes the checklists that students completed, data provided by subject teachers and analysis of ClassCharts uploads.  We have identified all Year 10 students by groups:

  • Group 1 - The student has completed very little/no home learning and is now considered ‘educationally vulnerable’.  These students will need to attend full time provision until Friday 10 July.  Their provision will be bespoke and will consist of a mixture of full time specialist provision and catch up days.  Please note college will be closed to all students on Friday 3 July for staff training.
  • Group 2 - The student has completed work in some subjects and no/minimal work in other subjects and is now considered ‘educationally vulnerable’.  These students will need to attend a part time provision until Monday 13 July.  Their provision will be bespoke and will consist of a mixture of full time specialist provision and catch up days.
  • Group 3 - The student has completed work but has struggled in some areas of their home learning curriculum.  These students will attend some catch up days with subject specialist teaching to support them with the subjects that they have struggled with.
  • Group 4 - The student has been very successful in their home learning and will continue to complete their learning at home with subject feedback from their teacher.  Pastoral support will be provided where necessary.

Students will need to arrive at college between 8:45 and 8:55 in full college uniform with their Ready to Learn Equipment (clear pencil case with 2 black pens, 2 purple pens, 2 pencils, 1 green and pink highlighter, glue stick ruler, eraser, pencil sharpener, protractor and compass). The day will end at 2:35.

When students arrive at college they will need to go straight to the sports hall where they will be temperature checked.  Students will then be placed into ‘bubbles’ and will only be able to mix with that group of students.  There will be limited canteen provision, students can purchase either the daily meal or a packed lunch at a cost of £2.40 or students can bring a packed lunch.  They have been advised to have plenty of drinking water to last them until the end of the day, as due to COVID-19 Health and Safety, the drinking fountains have been disconnected.

Students who normally catch a college bus, have been asked to fill out the Year 10 Transport Requirements Form by 2:00pm on Thursday 25 June if they need to use college transport.  It is imperative that seats are booked for each day to ensure that we continue to comply with social distancing.

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