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Please see our letters home for the latest information.

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For guidance about coronavirus (COVID-19) for health and social care settings, other non-clinical settings, and for the general public.

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WITH REFERENCE TO SCHOOL REOPENING | Monday 21 June 2020

Dear Parent/Carer

Following the Education Secretary Gavin Williamson's recent announcement that all pupils in all year groups in England will go back to school full-time in September, I wanted to take this opportunity to assure you that Denbigh High School is working on safe and secure plans for a wider reopening of school. Once government guidelines, including those for safety measures are published, I will update you with plans for wider reopening school.
 
Thank you for your continued support.
Jess Pather
Acting Headteacher 

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YEAR 10 | Monday 15 June 2020

School will be reopening, in a phased way for Year 10 students from Monday 15th June. Other students who have already been invited to attend school will continue to do so. Year 10 please check the timetable you have been sent to see what day and time you have been asked to attend. Next week you will be studying English, maths and P.E. You will still have online learning for your other subjects. All other year groups will continue their online learning.

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MESSAGE FROM THE CHILTERN LEARNING TRUST | Wednesday 3rd June 2020

Yesterday, Public Health England released a Disparities Report into the effects of Covid-19. Please be assured our schools are considering fully the disproportionate effect the virus has on some of our school communities in Luton and Bedfordshire. Our planning reflects this serious situation.  

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CHILTERN LEARNING TRUST UPDATE | Friday 29th May 2020

The Government has confirmed that schools will be able to open for more children from the start of next week (Monday 1 June 2020). The Government confirmed that schools can reopen for children in nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 in smaller class sizes. Schools can also start to offer face-to-face support to supplement remote education for students in Year 10 from June 15th.

Support for the children of key workers and vulnerable children will continue.
 
Chiltern Learning Trust primary and middle schools will be following Government guidelines over this, with wider re-opening - from June 3rd, and Headteachers of the individual schools will contact you with full details of this very gradual process.

Chiltern Learning Trust secondary schools will start some very small group academic meetings for Year 10 on Week Commencing June 15th - with exact details to be provided by the Headteachers.  
 
We would like to reassure all parents that class sizes in our primary schools will be very small (below ten, which is considerably below government recommendations). A whole variety of safety measures have been considered, and Headteachers have rearranged classrooms, sorted parental drop-off, made arrangements for social distancing, and provided parents with clear guidance of what to do if children or household members display symptoms.  Headteachers have also planned different timetables and separate arrangements for lunch and break times.
 
I would like to thank all staff, parents and students for their understanding and commitment to the school. I understand that everyone has very different levels of anxiety over the return of more students. I can assure you that our staff and Headteachers will continue to work tirelessly to reduce everyone’s concerns and help everyone gain confidence.

We will proceed slowly and calmly.

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DENBIGH SPORTS CENTRE
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

The Denbigh Sports Centre is now closed.
We will keep you updated with any changes as and when we know them.

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