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Further Tiers

Tier Two

If infections rise we will be instructed to move to a rota model, combining on-site provision with remote education. For example, year groups in for two-week blocks and then two weeks distance learning. We would continue to allow full-time attendance on site to vulnerable children and young people and the children of critical workers

  • Students who are in school will receive normal lessons.
  • Students who are out of school will follow their normal timetable and work will be set through SMHW and teachers will offer a live element through Microsoft Teams

 

Tier Three

If infections continue to rise further, we will allow full-time on-site provision only to vulnerable children, the children of critical workers and selected year groups (to be identified by Department for Education).

  • Distance learning will be provided for all other pupils.
    • Any selected year groups in school will receive normal lessons.
    • Pupils who are classed as vulnerable or fall into the critical worker category will access distance learning work in school and be supported by a member of staff during the day.

Students who are out of school will follow their normal timetable and work will be set through SMHW and teachers will offer a live element through Microsoft Teams.

 

Tier Four

In the event of a larger lockdown the school will only allow full-time attendance to our priority groups: vulnerable children and the children of critical workers. All other pupils should not attend on site. 

  • Pupils who are classed as vulnerable or fall into the critical worker category will access distance learning work in school and be supported by a member of staff during the day.
  • Students who are out of school will follow their normal timetable and work will be set through SMHW and teachers will offer a live element through Microsoft Teams.