As you know, throughout the period of lockdown Rednock School has been open for high priority and key workers’ children – welcoming students in the school, as well as supporting those who have stayed at home.

Our ambition has always been to be able to get as many of our students back in school as soon as possible ensuring we are able to do this safely and in line with government policy.  It has been fantastic to see our Year 10 and Year 12 students returning to school from the 16th June.  We feel all the more positive about this because as a Senior Leadership Team, supported by our Governing Body, we have spent a great deal of time considering how we do this as safely as possible.

As part of this process, we have completed a full risk assessment and agreed a range of actions to reduce any risks and issues identified.  We have shared our risk assessment with a range of external bodies to check that we have not missed anything.  The feedback has been extremely positive: the risk assessment has been commended for its detail and clarity.  We hope this gives everyone – parents, carers, students, staff and our local community – confidence that Rednock is stepping up to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic and staying true to its values where everyone matters.

We are continually reviewing the risk assessment as we continue to adapt and learn as to how we can best support our students.

A copy of our latest risk assessment can be accessed here.

Thank you for your continued support.