Chiltern Hills Academy A Church of England Academy

Create, Aspire and Excel

to 'Live life in all its fullness' (John 10:10)

Coronavirus Information

EntranceFor Risk Assessment please see document below.

Masks

In line with current Government guidance, we are now asking all our students to wear masks in both communal areas and in lessons.  Exempt students are being given a pass to carry in their pocket.

We have asked staff to ensure that classroom doors and windows are open to ensure that there is a good flow of air.

We will continue to carefully clean the site during the day and in the afternoons.  We have additionally returned to holding our staff meetings using Teams and student assemblies are, for the next two weeks, also going to be held on Teams.

We want to continue to reduce risks for all in our community.  Please do continue to test using the Lateral Flow test kits twice per week.
 
Thank you to our parents for keeping us informed if there is a positive lateral flow test in your family.  A reminder the email to use in these circumstances is:  covidalert@chacademy.co.uk

If your child/ren is between 12-15 years of age then a vaccination is possible using this link:

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/book-coronavirus-vaccination/

We encourage you to make a face mask. This is more economical and has less impact on the environment. If you can make two or three then they can be washed each day. Instructions on how to make them can be found here. Face coverings are not required in lessons, however students may wear one if they so wish. A small plastic bag is needed for each student to store their face covering. Face coverings are to be worn as a safety measure, not a fashion statement, as part of smart school uniform. As such, we will not allow bandanas, scarfs, hoodies, snoods, balaclavas etc. - only proper face coverings. Students who are exempted on medical grounds from wearing a face mask will need a note from home to explain why they are exempt.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alternative Study Websites:

BBC Bitesize

Lectures for Sixth Form Students

For more information also see our Learning Support page

Helping students with SEND continue their education

Buckinghamshire Council advice for educational settings