Year 12 Teams for Students not coming in to school - June 2020
Message from Mr Curley
I have asked your teachers to make their in school lessons accessible to you via Teams.
You should be receiving invites during the beginning of each lesson to join a meeting which will be a remote access to the class. There you can see slides, listen to the class discussion and ask any question you may have live to your teacher. Accessing Teams is very straightforward - open your school email and then open Teams using the 'waffle' on the top left hand side of the page.
I strongly advise that you use this opportunity, as it is a way to keep you up to date with your lessons and in line with the other pupils in your classes.
I understand and support your absence, however the government have already said that there will be exams next year and you need to keep studying to prepare yourself.
Lessons will not be recorded and you will need to attended every lesson at 10am. Please see the timetable below;
Please email with any concerns. firstname.lastname@example.org
UCAS and apprenticeships
Now that the UCAS deadline has passed students will hopefully be receiving invitations to attend applicant days. Where possible students should aim to attend these at the weekend. If they do need to miss school they MUST inform Mrs Spencer. Students should also be researching in to apprenticeships as an alternative or a 'back up plan.
A reminder that all students should be in school every day for an 08:40 start, even if they don't have lessons first thing in the morning. Students may be permitted to leave early in the afternoon if they don't have timetabled lessons, but this is a privilege that can be removed. On a Friday students should aim to be in school by 08:30, as the first lesson starts at 08:40.