We would like to assure all of our families and staff that safety remains our priority and therefore thank them all for their continued support.



In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Trustees and Senior Leaders are continually working together to safeguard all our learners and staff.  Learners are able to access the Trust schools and college on the basis of the risk assessments that have been carried out for each setting.  These remain 'live', are continually updated as required, and families are encouraged to contact their relevant provision to confirm local policy.

We are keen to ensure that the Health and Safety of all staff and learners is protected and have therefore risk assessed the safe capacity of all our buildings, putting in place suitable measures to protect all.  In doing so, we have identified some practises that may be deemed unsuitable in the current climate and have discontinued these.  However, we are seeking to continually improve our safeguarding arrangements and therefore, if colleagues or families are concerned about any adopted practises, the Senior Leader on site is to be immediately alerted.

The Trust continues to follow all of the most up to date Government guidance for Education providers.  In doing so, please be assured that the entire Trust team is absolutely committed to supporting all of our learners and their families during this difficult time.



We understand that many of our families will have heard recent reports regarding the extension of the scheme for digital devices (funded by the Department for Education) to support our pupils with remote learning.  Please refer to the latest Government guidance in relation to this, it will provide helpful information regarding the sourcing and allocation of such devices.

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