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Message from the Principal
Dear Parents and Carers,
Sneyd Academy has been preparing to welcome back to school pupils from Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 from June 1st, 2020. This follows a very thorough risk assessment covering all aspects of academy life. Every effort will be made to ensure that pupils are settled back into school and are supported both with their emotional wellbeing as well as their academic achievement. Please read the documentation on the website which will reassure you of the way in which we have implemented the guidance to ensure the safety of every member of our Sneyd Academy family.
During these unprecedented times, staff at Sneyd Academy are committed to ensuring that we maintain positive links with our children and family members. Our main method for communicating with all children completing home learning activities continues to be through Class Dojo. Our main priority is to ensure that children remain safe and happy. If you have any concerns regarding home learning activities or for the wellbeing of your child, no matter how small, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We look forward to being able to welcome all of our children back to Sneyd Academy within the very near future.
Alpha Academies Trust Announcement
From the 1st June 2020, the Government has requested schools to begin welcoming back students, alongside the full time provision they are offering to priority groups. Alpha Academies Trust has responded by implementing detailed risk assessments to ensure it is safe to do so.
Click here to read the letter from the CEO and Chair of the Trust detailing the outcome of these risk assessments, and how the Trust intends to address the new Government guidance.
Alpha Academies Trust has also made guidance available for parents, detailing what measures will be implemented to ensure a safe learning environment when children return.
The Government have cancelled all public examinations for 2020, and staff have followed DfE guidelines whilst assessing the hard work completed by children to support a GCSE grade that will be awarded in the same way as previous years.
Chief Executive Officer
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