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Year 6 Open Evening

Dear All, We will be holding our Year 6 Open Evening On the Thursday, 24th September from 6.00pm – 8.00pm. There will be a talk by the Principal at 6.15pm and 7.00pm. Please click on the link for information and we look forward to meeting you. Open Evening

Statement on the murder of George Floyd

Dear All, As well as dealing with the coronavirus pandemic, our thoughts have also been clouded by the murder of George Floyd in the USA. TMET has issued the following statement to express our collective thoughts on this matter:

RSE Consultation

Dear parents and carers, With the social distancing guidance given out by the Department for Education asking schools to limit gatherings, we are unfortunately unable to go ahead with our planned meetings to consult on the new curriculum requirements for Sex and Relationships from September 2020. However, we would still like to hear from you and gather views. Therefore, please find attached two documents showing national requirements and let us have your views via email: [email protected] We will carefully weigh up views received and send out our revised policy once it has been finalised. Secondary RSE expectations RSE Curriculum Map Kind regards, Rita Hindocha Executive Principal

Coronavirus – Frequently asked questions

  Coronavirus (Covid-19): Frequently Asked Questions We have put together a list of frequently asked questions to help parents during this difficult time. If you still have further questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected] and we will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible. Will schools close? We intend to stay open unless we are required to close by the Government or are unable to open due to a high number of staff either self-isolating or socially distancing themselves from others. This may be as a part of a measure to close all schools or advice from Public Health England which may only apply to some schools. How long will schools close for? It is very hard to say. We will follow Government advice and close for as long as needed. How will schools communicate a closure with us? This will…

Safeguarding students and their families in the event of school closure due to the coronavirus

  Safeguarding students and their families in the event of school closure due to the Coronavirus In the event of a school closure due to the Coronavirus outbreak we wish to assure our students and their families that students’ wellbeing will continue to be of upmost importance. If you have a concern about a students’ safety or wellbeing during a school closure you should: ·         Telephone the academy on 0116 2413371 between 10.30am – 3pm.  Your call will be forwarded to one of our DSLs who will triage your call and take the most appropriate action ·         If you feel that a child is in immediate danger you should call 999   Our Designated Safeguarding Leads will take steps to continue to support our most vulnerable families.  This will include: Making telephone contact twice a week with identified students Maintaining contact with social services and other agencies to ensure information…