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  • September 2020 Re-opening

    Published 10/08/20

    Result of the COVID-19 risk assessment for the full reopening of Oakley Vale Primary School from autumn term 2020.

    Following the Government’s announcement that schools are to reopen to all students at the start of the autumn term 2020, we have been preparing our school to safely welcome back students and staff. This has involved a comprehensive risk assessment process to ensure risks continue to be effectively managed. Consideration has been given to balancing the minimisation of risks from Coronavirus (COVID-19) with providing a full educational experience for children and young people, in line with Government guidance.

    Government guidance for the reopening of schools, including that for parents and carers, can be accessed here.

    Oakley Vale Primary School and The Brooke Weston Trust will continue to monitor guidance and will adopt a dynamic risk management approach to ensure the operation of the school remains as safe as possible.

    The results of our risk assessment are published here. We have also produced an information booklet which is intended to give you an outline of what our new school environment will look and feel like and reassure you that we will do everything we can to make school as safe as it can be for students and staff.

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  • Letter from Trust CEO

    Published 26/06/20

    Letter from Trust CEO 26th June 2020

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  • Starting Reception in 2020

    Published 16/06/20

    We are looking forward to welcoming along the Reception children who are due to join us in September 2020 as soon as it is safe for them to come into school.

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  • RM Education appointed as our Managed IT Services provider

    Published 01/06/20

    We are delighted that RM Education has been appointed as Managed IT Services provider across the whole of the Brooke Weston Trust.

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  • Re-opening arrangements letter and booklet

    Published 27/05/20

    Dear Parents/Carers

    I hope that you and your families are safe and well.

    I wanted to take this opportunity to share with you our plans for reopening on the assumption that the review of scientific information on 28th May will allow the government to confirm a phased opening of schools for certain  year groups from the 1st June.

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  • Letter Update from Executive Principal

    Published 20/05/20

    Update to Parents/Carers 19.05.20

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  • Wellbeing hub launches for all BWT staff

    Published 06/05/20

    A range of support, counselling and information services has been launched to support the health and well-being of all staff across our Trust.

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  • Gemma Marks appointed as Director of Teaching School and Professional Development

    Published 27/04/20

    The Brooke Weston Trust is delighted to welcome back Gemma Marks who has been appointed Director of Teaching School and Professional Development.

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  • Lose yourself in a book - Trust wide reading competition

    Published 27/03/20

    In times when we can’t go anywhere physically, the power of reading becomes even more important.  Within the pages of a book you can go anywhere.

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  • Update on Closure

    Published 19/03/20

    Dear Parent/Carer,

    The government announced on Wednesday 18 March 2020 that all schools in the UK are to be closed to students, with the exception of children of 'key workers' and vulnerable children as defined by the government.  There should be clarity from the Department of Education over their precise definition of ‘vulnerable’ later today.

    In the meantime we need to get an accurate idea of the number of children we educate who are the ‘children of key workers’ as defined by the government – the Cabinet Office is due to confirm this later today.  It would help our hard pressed staff enormously if you could complete this short questionnaire by today (Thursday 19th March) at 5.00pm so we can work on having have the right resources to stay open. It is our expectation key workers will be required to verify their identify and occupation in some way by the government to ensure only children of those covered by the definition are in school.

    Please click this link to access the questionnaire (https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/covid19_keyworkers).

    Thank you for your co-operation. A quick response is much appreciated.

     Kind regards,

     Emma Goodwin

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  • Tiger Tea Party at Oakley Vale Primary School

    Published 18/03/20

    Reception children enjoyed a special Tiger Tea Party at Oakley Vale Primary School. They had been reading the classic text ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ before making their own tiger-face cakes.

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