The Government has recently changed its guidance on the wearing of face masks in schools.
Robert Carre Trust schools will continue to follow government advice as we have done throughout the epidemic. Currently that is that pupils and staff in local lockdown areas will have to wear masks in communal areas of the school buildings and that headteachers have the flexibility to introduce masks in their schools. This means there is no current expectation or insistence that staff and students wear masks in communal areas of the school but that staff and students may wear masks should they choose to do so. As a Trust we will review our policy in the first week of term when we are able to consult with all our partners. Any updates will be posted here.
For other information on September reopening please refer to attached letter which will be sent to all parents via Weduc (Years 8-13) and by post (Year 7) as well as County transport advice here and Government advice for parents on wider reopening here.
Our aim is to educate every pupil of today for the society of tomorrow. The highest standards are attained here each year and it is a pleasure to see the confident and well-rounded young people we produce. As a member of the Robert Carre Trust we pride ourselves on the academic attainment, personal achievements and destinations of our students. We have nearly 110 years of history behind us but we constantly strive to give every one of our young people the very best educational experience and the chance to pursue the future they aspire to. I would like to give you a very warm welcome to Kesteven & Sleaford High School Selective Academy.
Mrs J. Smith
Head of School
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