Reopening in September
We're preparing to welcome students back

Coronavirus Updates

Reopening of Schools

We’re thrilled to be welcoming children back to school and have made adjustments to ensure it’s as safe as possible for their return.

Please click on the link below for further information on our plans.
Letter to parents re September opening

You can download a copy of our September 2020 Re-opening Risk assessment

Click on the link below for the latest information & advice regarding children and COVID-19 from Public Health England:
23rd September – PHE letter to parents and guardians

We have updated the times that children are arriving and leaving school.

If you have children in multiple year groups, please bring them to school at the earliest time.

From Monday 5th October, please drop off and collect your children at these times:


Our entrances and exits

To help aid social distancing, we have added extra entrances and exits.

Our year group bubbles

Previous Guidance

Following government guidance we were closed to all children, apart from vulnerable students and children of key workers. The Government asked parents to keep children at home whenever possible.

Are you a key worker?

If you qualify as a Key Worker, and would like your child to continue to attend school, then please let us know immediately.

Phone: 0113 240 7382


If you’re a Key Worker, and you or any member of your family are currently self-isolating, we still need to know so that we can plan a place for your child once the isolation period is up. We will then contact you to bring your child to school, if you fit the relevant criteria published by the Government.

Academy Resources

Home learning for children

Our letters

Government Resources

Coronavirus website – updates and advice

Advice for parents and carers about schools

Advice for parents and carers about the re-opening of schools

Guidance for schools

Leeds City Council resources

If you can’t leave the house and would like help from a volunteer.

Food Scheme Poster

DfE Helpline

The Department for Education has launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows:

Phone: 0800 046 8687
Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)