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The Government is reacting to a crisis and is acting to keep people safe. In that context, the need of schools comes a little way down their list of priorities, and it is our job as adults and educators to lift the students and offer hope and support.
Yesterday Gavin Williamson, the Secretary of State for Education, announced that as part of the country’s ongoing response to COVID-19, schools, colleges and early years settings have been asked to close to everyone except children of key workers and vulnerable children from Monday 23 March.
Dear Parent/Carer, Last night, the Secretary of State for Education gave a public statement that all state-funded schools in England would be closed from the end of the school day on Friday. Having indicated that all schools would be closed, he then indicated...
We are awaiting further information about arrangements for children entitled to Free School Meals during the forthcoming school closures
From tomorrow Thursday 19th March, I am partially closing Moreton School to Years 8 and 9 due to unprecedented levels of staff absence.
We currently have a number of students in self-isolation. To enable learning to continue we have made Microsoft Teams available to any students who are in self-isolation.
As the Coronavirus pandemic progresses we will be making the following changes to our procedures over the next three weeks.
The Department for Education have a helpline up and running to answer questions about COVID19 related to education.
This was our first game back after the winter break and we were missing a couple of key players but this did not seem to affect the lads at all! Moreton went on the attack from the start, led from the back by the captain A.Lees, his leadership skills really shone...