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  • Parents and carers who believe they are ‘Key Workers’

    The key principles in place until 31st May are a follows: If it is at all possible for children to be at home, then they must be. If a child needs specialist support, is vulnerable or has a parent who is a critical worker, then educational provision will be available for them. Parents should not […]

  • Staying alert and safe – new government guidance on social distancing – published 11th May

    Following the Prime Minister’s statement on 10th May the following new government guidance on social distancing has been published: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/staying-alert-and-safe-social-distancing/staying-alert-and-safe-social-distancing The plan states: People and employers should stay safe in public spaces and workplaces by following “COVID-19 secure” guidelines. This should enable more people to go back to work, where they cannot work from home, […]

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Update (21 May) – Cheshire East Council decision not to begin wider opening of schools on 1st June

As you may have seen reported in local media, the Cabinet of Cheshire East Council have determined to provide schools, colleges and early years settings with clear advice that no wider opening should begin on 1st June.  Please click here to download the letter and here is a link to the report on Wilmslow.co.uk:

http://www.wilmslow.co.uk/news/article/20364/cheshire-east-council-confirms-dates-for-phased-re-opening-of-schools

Clearly, there is still much to be decided regarding what any phased ‘wider opening’ will actually look like in secondary settings generally and Wilmslow High School in particular.

Our priority now is to analyse the excellent and constructive feedback that we have received via the completion of the student and parent Home Learning review surveys.  Your positive comments, along with suggestions where improvements can be made, will help us to develop our current offer and target specific support for those students who need it most.

During the first week after the half term break, we will be considering the most recent guidance and preparing a plan for the remainder of the term.  I will then write to you during the week of the 8th June to outline the approach that we will be taking in relation to any ‘wider opening’ and our Home Learning programme.

I hope that you have an enjoyable and restful half term break when it arrives.

Your sincerely,

Dr J Pullé

Headteacher