Newstead Wood School are following Government guidelines and advice from Public Health England in regard to the opening of schools.
The documents below provide useful information regarding our arrangements for Teaching and Learning and school operations during this pandemic. This page will continually be updated.
Remote Learning - January 2021
In line with national guidance, we are moving to remote learning for years 7-13. The guidance for students, parents and carers is here and our online status noticeboard is here.
Our FAQ document for parents can be accessed here.
Continuity of Learning
As a school, we aim to ensure that teaching and learning continue as efficiently and effectively as possible in the event of a student or groups of students being unable to attend school due to Covid. Our policy and procedures during this time will help us to ensure high educational standards, in line with our school aims. They underline our commitment to learning as a partnership between students, teachers, and parents/carers.
Please click here to read our Continuity of Learning document
Reopening Plans for September 2020
Parents and carers are requested to read the information below and to note the planned changes to school routines, timings of the school day and our start of term arrangements on Friday 4 September and Monday 7 September.
Start of Term Letter from Mr Blount – August 2020
Reopening Guide for Parents and Carers – August 2020
Our Risk Assessment can be found in the policies section of our website.
NHS Stay At Home Advice (Coronavirus - Covid 19)
GOV.UK Coronavirus (COVID-19): UK government response
The government have published the following documents:
Returning to secondary school: what parents need to know
What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges in the autumn term
Please do read this guide Children Returning to School – Health Information for Parents and Carers provided by NHS Bromley.
TfL have guidance which can be accessed here