Term Dates 2021-22 Letter
Return to School letter & Consent form
Exam Results and Appeals
We are very much looking forward to our students receiving their GCSE results on Thursday 12th August 2021.
Our students have had a difficult and anxious time as a result of the disruption caused by the pandemic, but have faced these difficulties with fortutide and optimism, and have worked incredibly hard to achieve the grades that they have been awarded. The process of the submission of Centre Assessed Grades was carried out by their teachers with the upmost diligence and professionalism, and considered a wide range of evidence and followed our Centre Policy when submitting grades.
Our policy, which was checked and approved by JCQ, can be accessed here:
If students wish to appeal, guidance and appeals form can be accessed here:
Note on the appeals form, there are some boxes that need not be completed – for example the UCAS number which is not applicable to our students, and submission dates are per our guidance, not per the dates on the Appeals Form. Appeals Forms should be sent to email@example.com by the date indicated in the Appeals Guidance.
Letter from Cumbria County Council – June 2021
Letter from Cumbria County Council
2021 Centre Assessments
Letter to parents
Proposal to Federate
We are consulting on the expansion of our Federation to include Richmond Hill Primary School in Aspatria. Parents of students at our schools and other stakeholders are very welcome to have their say. Feedback can be made either on the attached consultation form or via our online survey on https://forms.office.com/r/NtTHQ3t7cN
March return to school letter
Social workers in schools
Apprenticeships with the RAF
The deadline for applications is Monday 1st March 2021.
Consultation on Times of the School Day
Children’s Mental Health Week
08/01/21 Below are links to 3 letters sent by email this afternoon
Update for parents – managing student illnesses
Updated Privacy Notices and processing data during Covid-19
We have updated our privacy notices for students and parents here, and need to let all parents, visitors, students and staff know that personal data of employees, parents or visitors to school may be shared with NHS / Public Health Agencies / NHS Track and Trace where relevant to the Covid pandemic. We will share information only with appropriate authorities, only through secure methods and we will limit the data shared to the minimum necessary. We will verify the identity of individuals requesting personal data and keep a record of the data shared, and where practical will notify individuals whose data has been shared. If you have any concerns or queries please contact our Data Protection Lead via the School Office.
Click here for more information
Safeguarding & DA flyer for Cumbria residents
Attached some very useful wellbeing tips that might be of use to parents and students.