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On Monday 8th March 2021 children across the country returned to their classrooms as schools opened up to all children again.
Miss Cleverly, Interim Chief Executive Officer said:
“There has been a fantastic buzz across all of the schools in the Trust. Teachers have been planning and preparing their face-to-face teaching and there were huge smiles in every school as we welcomed back our communities.
We have been delighted to welcome our pupils back into schools, and support many of the measure put in place, including staff testing and wider use of face masks by staff, to keep our school communities safe. We are fully committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment which allows our pupils to thrive in their learning.
We will proceed cautiously, and as always, priorities the safety and wellbeing of our pupils and staff.
We are continuing to follow public health and government guidance to ensure all our pupils and staff are safe as possible and can continue teaching and learning in school. We are also prepared should bubbles need to close, to continue providing home learning, to minimise any disruption to our pupils.
The Learning Academy Partnership are committed to empowering excellence in all our pupils. This will have been a challenging time for many of our families, so we are committed to delivering our full education offer alongside individual support that some pupils might need, while also ensuring all our children feel comfortable and happy returning to face to face teaching and adjusting to being back within their bubbles.”
We are very hopeful that, following the plan the Government has set out, our schools will be able to eventually return to the way things were before. While we embark on that journey with our pupils, staff and their families, we are committed to ensuring pupils and staff are as safe as possible while they are in school.”
Our focus is to ensure that our children have the very best educational experience as we move from remote to face to face learning.”