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Wider School Reopening

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, we wanted to take this opportunity to assure you that Icknield 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, we will update you with plans for wider reopening school.

 

Standing Together

A message from the Governors and Senior Leadership

As a whole school community, Icknield will always stand together against racism and other forms of prejudice. We say clearly that racism has no place in the world, and no place in our school. Please click on the link to read the full statement.

 

Year 10

Update 11th June 2020: Please can Year 10 Parents and Students read carefully through the guide to the wider reopening of the school and view the accompanying video about new measures upon returning to school

School will be reopening, in a phased way for Year 10 students from Monday 15th June, all other year groups will continue with their online learning. The school continues to provide provision for the children of key workers and vulnerable students

Can I remind you that if you are a key worker and require our support please email criticalworker@icknield.beds.sch.uk at least 24 hours before the school place is required

Updates from the School

Please do continue to check the school’s website and your personal email on a regular basis as this is where updates will be posted. 

Our reception is currently not staffed so please use the info@icknield.beds.sch.uk. This email address is constantly checked during working hours

We will continue to provide updates as to the status of the school via email and the school website.

Please can all parents remember to check their junk/spam folders if you are not receiving messages.

Copies of letters are available on the letters to parents page of the website and we will put all urgent updates on the homepage .

 

Message from CAMHS Mental Health Support Team

Lockdown can be a tricky time for all of us and can impact our wellbeing in various ways. If you are at all concerned about your child’s mental health during lockdown there are support services available. Please let us know if you would like to speak to someone regarding your child, please contact your child’s Head of Year who will contact Luton CAMHS Mental Health Support Team on your behalf.

STAY HOME. PROTECT THE NHS. SAVE LIVES.