Potentially young people will be spending more time online, both for their education and keeping in touch with friends and family. This can raise concerns about keeping them safe online. Support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online can be found at:
Brayton Academy is closed apart from those children of key workers that the school has agreed to attend.
School transport is running as normal.
An unprecedented decision was taken by the government to announce the closure of all schools in the UK until further notice. We heard exactly what parents heard and at the same time, so you can imagine that we now have a great deal of planning and preparation to do in order to respond to this directive. We have of course already been doing extensive forward planning on how to provide effective distance learning for all of our students during this time of what is a national crisis.
We hope to give you some clarity around this year’s examination season which is going to be highly unusual. We do know that you as parents want to maintain the learning of your children and we share that desire for our students.
With sincere thanks for your support and understanding,
Annette Hall –
Rodillian Multi Academy Trust