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School Reopening

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You can read our latest communications to parents and carers on the Letters Home page, including the latest information regarding the reopening of schools in June.  Click the highlighted 'letters home' link above for easy access.

Our support package over the lockdown period so far is shown at the bottom of this page just scroll down.

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Contact us

During the summer holidays if school lines are closed please contact Mr Pritchard on 07852 494016.

Students can contact their own teaching staff using the show my homework messaging system. 

Contact emails for each year and the emergency phone numbers are listed below for any wider queries.

Contact Emails

We ask you to inform the school if your child is unwell and unable to complete work (in effect absent from remote learning)

Mrs Taylor

Year 7

l.taylor@kingsmeadschool.net 

Mrs Milner

Year 8

t.milner@kingsmeadschool.net 

Mrs Finch

Year 9

l.finch@kingsmeadschool.net 

Mr Taylor

Year 10

j.taylor@kingsmeadschool.net 

Mr Dyke

Year 11

r.dyke@kingsmeadschool.net 

Miss Bohn

Year 12/13

t.bohn@kingsmeadschool.net 

Mrs Gleeson  – k.gleeson@kingsmeadschool.net 01543 227324

 

Emergency Contact Numbers

In an emergency you can contact a member of staff, by phone, in school hours

Mr Mist

Staff Absence

07395 902322

Mr Cope

Home Remote Learning

07395 902120 

Mrs Pritchard

Safeguarding 

07395 902119

Mrs Mist

Any other concern

07395 902021 

Mr Pritchard

Free school meals, key-workers contact, on site issues

07852 494016

Mr Morris

Exams

07852 492666

Mr Stephens - student wellbeing - students needing this have been given the number.

 

 

Year 6

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Curriculum delivered since March during lock down

Transition package online in all year 7 subjects.

 

Meet you progress leader videos

5 lessons per day with feedback from specialist teachers. 97% engagement and 78% submission rate.

 

Holiday project work over Easter

 

Well-being tutorials

 

Resilience projects

 

House competitions

 

5 lessons per day with feedback from specialist teachers. 97% engagement and 78% submission rate.

 

Holiday project work over Easter

 

Well-being tutorials

 

Resilience projects

 

House competitions

 

5 lessons per day with feedback from specialist teachers. 97% engagement and 78% submission rate.

 

Holiday project work over Easter

 

Well-being tutorials

 

Resilience projects

 

House competitions

 

Chrome books provided to support with distance learning

 

Regular messages to students from Progress

Leaders and Progress Tutors

 

Parent and student zoom drop ins to support well-being and curriculum questions

May 20th

QA of lessons carried out and areas for development focussed on to improve academic impact

June 1st

Transition quiz night offered with tutors and progress leaders.

 

 

 

Transition work uploaded to school website and celebrated

Lessons now delivered using at least 1 face to face zoom session each week to allow for social interaction in.

 

Tutor Time zoom sessions with Progress Tutor to do a Wellbeing check

Lessons now delivered using at least 1 face to face zoom session each week to allow for social interaction.

Tutor Time zoom sessions with Progress Tutor to do a Wellbeing check

Lessons now delivered using at least 1 face to face zoom session each week to allow for social interaction.

Year 7 – 13

A comprehensive package of support started for vulnerable / key worker students daily from 1st June in School following all social distancing measures. This includes academic support for all online lessons and advice and help from senior members of staff on site. Students have continued to interact via zoom with their classmates and enjoy the social interaction that that offers.  They have also benefitted from a range of practical/wellbeing activities including outdoor learning in the Summer classroom and animal quad, Creative art work, Photography, animal management, Tennis, football  and a chance to work in our exciting innovation room – the Room of Curiosities.

June 15th

Transition work uploaded to school website and celebrated

 

 

 

June 22nd

 

End of year assessments

End of year assessments

End of year assessments

June 29th

 

Feedback on end of year assessments using PLC’s and intervention booster booklets to help students fill gaps.

 

Project work to support with RIME values

Feedback on end of year assessments using PLC’s and intervention booster booklets to help students fill gaps.

Project work to support with RIME values

Feedback on end of year assessments using PLC’s and intervention booster booklets to help students fill gaps.

 

Project work to support with RIME values

July 6th

Transition days at Kingsmead

10 students in school Wednesday. Thursday & Friday looking at gaps in understanding.

10 students in school Wednesday. Thursday & Friday looking at gaps in understanding.

10 students in school Wednesday. Thursday & Friday looking at gaps in understanding.

July 13th

School specific transition days – subject specific

 

Remote Induction Evening with MMR/TTY/RDE

 

Zoom Parent/Progress Tutor meetings

10 students in school Wednesday. Thursday & Friday looking at gaps in understanding.

10 students in school Wednesday. Thursday & Friday looking at gaps in understanding.

10 students in school Wednesday. Thursday & Friday looking at gaps in understanding.

 

 

Year 10

Year 11

Year 12

Year 13

Curriculum delivered since March during lock down

5 lessons per day with feedback from specialist teachers. 97% engagement and 78% submission rate.

 

Holiday project work over Easter

 

Well-being tutorials

 

Resilience projects

 

House competitions

 

Chrome books provided to support with distance learning

 

 

Regular messages to students from Progress

Leaders and Progress Tutors

 

 

Parent and student zoom drop ins to support well-being and curriculum questions

Transition to 6th form package of support and A level teaching with subject specialists.

 

Ongoing careers advice, guidance, or confirmation of post 16 plans offered to all Y11 students.

 

Holiday project work over Easter

 

Well-being tutorials

 

Resilience projects

 

House competitions

 

Normal 6th form timetable followed with specialist a level teachers

Careers advice through careers team and KS5 pastoral team. Next steps

May 20th

QA of lessons carried out and areas for development focussed on to improve academic impact

June 1st

Lessons now delivered using at least 1 face to face zoom session each week to allow for social interaction.

 

Well being check carried out as a 1 to 1 session. Follow up home visits

Vulnerable / key worker students in school – 36%

Lessons now delivered using at least 1 face to face zoom session each week to allow for social interaction.

Lessons now delivered using at least 1 face to face zoom session each week to allow for social interaction.

 

Well being check carried out as a 1 to 1 session

Vulnerable / key worker students in school – 36%

Careers advice through careers team and KS5 pastoral team. Next steps

Year 7 – 13

A comprehensive package of support started for vulnerable / key worker students daily from 1st June in School following all social distancing measures. This includes academic support for all online lessons and advice and help from senior members of staff on site. Students have continued to interact via zoom with their classmates and enjoy the social interaction that that offers.  They have also benefitted from a range of practical/wellbeing activities including outdoor learning in the Summer classroom and animal quad, Creative art work, Photography, animal management, Tennis, football  and a chance to work in our exciting innovation room – the Room of Curiosities.

June 15th

Targeted group of Y10 10 Students in school receiving specialist tuition

 

Targeted group of Y12 Students in school receiving specialist tuition

 

June 22nd

Mock exams

 

Mock exams in school

 

June 29th

Feedback on end of year assessments using PLC’s and intervention booster booklets to help students fill gaps.

 

Project work to support with RIME values

 

Boosters in school looking at gaps in understanding

 

July 6th

25% of year group in school receiving

Intensive feedback on mock exams.

Boosters in school looking at gaps in understanding

 

25% of year group in school receiving

Intensive feedback on mock exams.

Boosters in school looking at gaps in understanding

 

July 13th

25% of year group in school receiving

Intensive feedback on mock exams.

Boosters in school looking at gaps in understanding

 

25% of year group in school receiving

Intensive feedback on mock exams.

Boosters in school looking at gaps in understanding

 

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