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March 2020

  • Celebrities are offering students free daily to help with their education.

    Published 31/03/20

    For those of you who like a bit of structure, here's what various celebrities are offering students for free daily to help with their education whilst schools are closed

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  • Microsoft Office Free for all Students & Staff at UAH

    Published 25/03/20

    Microsoft Office365 is now available to all Staff and Students at UAH. This will allow everyone to use all common Microsoft Office products online and on all popular devices and home computers should they not have access to these already.

    Just head to office.com and login using your school email address and password.

    I hope that this will be of assistance for remote learning during this current time.

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  • Transport Information

    Published 22/03/20

    Please see the attached file.

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  • School Closure Information

    Published 22/03/20

    University Academy Holbeach is closed to all pupils with the exception of those whose parents/carers are identified as key workers and those pupils who have been identified by the school/Local Authority.

    Please access the school website for updates and for guidance and information on how to best support your child’s learning and well-being during this difficult time.

    The school will open at 8.15 am and close each day at 4pm.

    We wish all our parents/carers and pupils well during this time. You are in our thoughts and we hope that you and your families stay safe.

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  • School Transport

    Published 21/03/20

    Lincolnshire County Council have provided the following update on school transport today 21st March:

    “Please be aware that transport will not be in place to take pupils to your nominated school for Monday, parents will be responsible for any transport arrangements until we can assess eligibility next week and put the necessary arrangements in place”.

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  • Closure of educational settings: information for parents and carers

    Published 20/03/20
    Closure of educational settings: information for parents and carers Published 19 March 2020 Contents 1. Closures of schools, childcare and other educational settings 2. Exams 3. Vulnerable children 4. Critical workers 5. Resources
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  • Information on Key Workers

    Published 20/03/20
    Information on Key Workers Guidance for schools, colleges and local authorities on maintaining educational provision Published 19 March 2020 As a country, we all need to do what we can to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus. That is w
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  • School Closure

    Published 19/03/20
    March 19th 2020   Dear Parent/Guardian As I am sure you aware, the Secretary of State for Education announced that all schools will close on Friday March 20th at the end of the school day. This closure applies to all pupils with the exc
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  • Coronavirus update from the Department for Education:

    Published 16/03/20
    Please see below the updated guidance on COVID-19 from the DfE: Government announces move from Contain to Delay phase Yesterday, the Government announced that we are moving from the Contain phase of the coronavirus action plan and into the Dela
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  • Easter School

    Published 12/03/20

    Dear Parents/Guardians


    As you know revision lessons have been taking place, on Saturday mornings, for examination subjects. We have been very pleased with the response, and many pupils are realising how worthwhile and enjoyable these sessions are. The sessions will continue until the exams as indicated in the Saturday School Booklet.


    A further programme of revision will take place during the Easter break. This has become an established part of our calendar and it has proved to be both a beneficial and pleasant way of preparing for the final exams.


    It is the expectation that pupils commit themselves to a full programme of events that is relevant to the subjects which they are taking, unless there is a very good reason why they cannot attend on a particular day. Your child’s subject teachers will also talk to them about their need to attend particular classes.


    I have explained the timetable to pupils in assembly in order that they understand the importance of this programme.


    We ask pupils to pay a deposit of £10 that will be returned if all sessions are attended. To reward their efforts we will, in addition, give each pupil a free lunch and drinks and refreshments will be available every day.


    Each time a pupil attends a session, parents will be notified by text and pupils will be awarded with a merit for each session that they attend.
    In the event of poor weather or any other necessary cancellation, you will be notified on the school website or by text from the school only.


    We are very grateful for parental support with this initiative and know, based upon previous experience, that pupils opting to do booster classes will achieve much better results in August. Places are limited so early replies are necessary and places will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.


    Yours sincerely


    S Paige

    Principal

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  • Coronavirus update March 3rd 2020

    Published 03/03/20

    Please find a link for the most recent Coronavirus update and details of the helpline number for parents and young people: March 3rd 2020

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