Covid-19 (Coronavirus) 20.03.20

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Daily Update 19th March 2020 (10.30 a.m.) Key Worker Guidance The Government finally issued guidance close to midnight last night. This is the link: Guidance for Schools Colleges and Local Authorities on Maintaining Educational Provision There has been much confusion about this. It is NOT compulsory for key workers’ children to attend next week. It is NOT an […]

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Covid-19 (Coronavirus) 19.03.20

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Daily Update 19th March 2020 (10.15 a.m.) Please refer also to the URGENT CORONAVIRUS UPDATE of yesterday, 18th March  Provision for “Keyworkers” and vulnerable students. We are still awaiting guidance on who are deemed “key workers” and how this will work, especially in the Easter holiday period. When we have the definitive list, we will contact parents to […]

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Covid-19 (Coronovirus) 18.03.20

Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Daily Update 18th March 2020 Government Guidance  There has been no change since Monday 16th. If a student or one of his/her family has coronavirus symptoms, the family should self-isolate for 14 days. The specific guidance for schools and educational settings was significantly changed on 16th March; link below. Schools are expected to remain open, and to liaise […]

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Self-Isolating: for students

If you are a student, or the parent of a student, who is self-isolating at home, please take a look at the links provided on the page linked below, which should be helpful for those who are well enough to undertake some independent study during this period.  (A small number of these pages require a username and password, which all […]

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CVCC Coronovirus Contingency Plans 16.03.20

*This letter was emailed to all Parents/Carers on Monday 16th March 2020* Dear Parent/Carer I am writing to update you on our current planning in relation to Coronavirus. Much of this information has already appeared in the Newsletter and “Latest Information” page on our website, but I write to ensure maximum coverage. This letter is to inform you of our […]

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Iceland 2020


By Charlie Blackburn, Y11 At the start of half term Mr Kerrigan, Miss Govier and Miss McConnachie took 30 students to Iceland. During our time in Iceland we saw so many amazing land marks: volcanoes, glaciers, waterfalls, geysers as well as hot springs and much more. On the first day we went to Thingvellir National Park where we saw the […]

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