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All students have been supplied with LFD COVID-19 test kits to self-swab and test themselves twice a week at home.  You should report ALL results from your lateral flow tests as soon as the test is completed, including negative results. You must report all test results using this simple and quick tool - www.gov.uk/report-covid19-result.

If you have a positive result you should telephone us to let us know and follow official government guidance on self isolation.  Students who test positive will then need to arrange a lab based PCR test to confirm the result which can be booked at https://www.gov.uk/get-coronavirus-test.

Click here for information on consent for rapid testing (01/03/21)

Click here for the latest Headteacher blog regarding the recent National Lockdown (05/01/21)

Click here for the latest Headteacher blog regarding the start of the new term. (31/12/20)

We are aware of today’s government announcement about a staggered start in January and we are expecting further information over the next 24 hours. We will contact you all tomorrow afternoon with more detail. Schedules exam for January will run as normal. (17/02/20)

Reporting positive Covid-19 cases over the Christmas holiday period (16/12/20)

Positive Contact - Community Letter (30/11/20)

Please click here for the latest daily goverment guidance from the Department for Education

Risk Management - Assessment Report for a COVID safe school- Falmouth School

Falmouth School COVID Secure Plan - September 2020

PHE Letter to Parents and Guardians (23/09/20)

How to continue your learning when you are self-isolating (23/09/20)

If students are self-isolating then work will be emailed to them from their class teacher or set on SMHW as a ‘Classwork’  which will appear in red on student SMHW calendar and To-do list.  Students should check both school email and SMHW.    They will gradually receive work that will cover the whole of the self-isolation period – this may not be school work for the first day of the isolation as it will take time for teachers to set the work and get it to students.    To get going quickly before the teacher makes contact students can use the Yellow sheets link for the subjects for that day and find the relevant lessons on Oak National Academy to keeping learning on track.   As soon as students can return to school then they can bring the work they have completed and fix it into their exercise book for the teacher to check.    

Covid-19 Student Absence guide

Returning to secondary school: what parents need to know 14/09/20 - click here

Government publishes advice for parents and carers supporting the home learning of secondary school children - 21-05-20 (click here for link)

Year 7 September Information

Year 8 September Information

Year 9 September Information

Year 10 September Information

Year 11 September Information

Years 12 & 13 September Information

Posted on: 1/03/21

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