Graham School @grahamschoolThe @scarbcommfridge has reopened, such a great sense of #community in Scarborough. Please see details below... https://t.co/YxUTt57s7C2 days ago
Graham School @grahamschoolGreat work going on today in Y9 Drama and Y9 Food - well done to all students and staff! Excellent creative design work and good jam tarts as part of the pastry project! #Creativity #GrowAtGraham #ThriveWithHope https://t.co/1rwrSo66x72 days ago
Graham School @grahamschoolWell done to students in Y7, Y8 and Y9 who received 'Treats on Friday' from Miss Robins today for hard work, positivity, resilience, teamwork, improvement and maturity! We are very proud! #GrowAtGraham #TeamGraham #Positivity #ThriveWithHope https://t.co/2R1F4s74665 days ago
Graham School @grahamschoolLast year a number of our students entered a nationwide writing competition. We are proud to announce that many of those entries have now been published. Congratulations to all students involved! #TeamGraham #ThriveWithHope #BookBuzz 📚 https://t.co/jRtI889U897 days ago
Graham School @grahamschoolThe odd socks are out in force today at #TeamGraham we are so proud of our students and staff for supporting #OddSocksDay - here are just some of our favourites so far. #AntiBullyingWeek https://t.co/xIZJPtuCko1 week ago
Graham School @grahamschoolLetter from the Principal. Friday 13th November 2020. https://t.co/wCmCGeBowx2 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolReminder for Monday - We want to see as many odd socks as possible for #OddSocksDay. It's all for a great cause and to visibly demonstrate that we at #TeamGraham are #AgainstBullying. 🧦🧦🧦🧦 https://t.co/V1F0U5Sw2R2 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolGraham School Remembrance 11th November 2020 Like many across the world, we were unable to have our usual service to commemorate Remembrance Day, however a two minute silence was held in the school after a virtual assembly was presented to all students. #RemembranceDay https://t.co/Php2Btcd0Q2 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolYear 8 received certificates & badges for their hard work & effort whilst participating in the Young Leadership Archbishop's Award. The students arranged a Christmas fair raising a significant amount of money for charity along with community based form activities. #ThriveWithHope https://t.co/kJFv6Yrbrp2 weeks ago
Graham School @grahamschoolMonday 16th November is Odd Socks Day and we are taking part to visibly demonstrate that bullying is something we do not tolerate. We will have a range of anti-bullying activities & assemblies in tutor time next week. Get your odd socks out and ready #TeamGraham #AntiBullying https://t.co/zF0Xmx93j32 weeks ago

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Coronavirus updates

This page contains information to keep you up-to-date as we progress through the Coronavirus pandemic.

Please contact us if you have any queries or concerns.

Risk Assessment

You can read the Risk Assessment for the Wider Reopening of School from September 2020 below – this will be updated as and when necessary and as the situation and guidance alters.

Risk Assessment – Wider Opening of School – updated 16.11.2020

Update - August 2020

In September 2020 the school will reopen again for all students.

School will reopen as follows:

  • Tuesday 8 September – Year 7 students only
  • Wednesday 9 September – All students return

We are very much looking forward to welcoming all students back to school. We have planned very carefully for September and are confident that we can reopen the school to meet everybody’s needs. All our planning has been undertaken in line with government guidance. The health, safety and well-being of our students, staff, parents / carers and families remains our number one priority and we continue to work closely with the Trust to make school as safe as possible for everyone.

Important information for students

Students should open and read the following presentation which contains important information about starting or returning to school this September.

Full details about the reopening can be found here:


Partial reopening of school - update 5 June 2020

We are currently preparing for the wider opening of Graham School.

At this stage, the government is asking secondary schools to supplement remote learning with some face-to-face support for students in Year 10. This is to help and support students with their ongoing remote learning and also to help prepare them for their forthcoming public examinations in 2021.

We aim to start providing these sessions for students in Year 10 from Monday 15 June.

Year 10 parents / carers will receive a letter informing them of their child’s allocated day and group.  Students must only attend on their allocated day and will be expected to follow strict social distancing and engage positively with the support being offered.

The safety and well-being of our students, staff, parents and families will remain our number one priority. The Senior Leadership Team and I will continue to work together including with colleagues from across the Trust to do all that we can to make our school as safe as possible. We will be employing a range of approaches and actions to substantially reduce the risk of contagion and infection.

Information about the plans for partial reopening can be found here:


Emergency Cover

The single most important action we can all take, in fighting coronavirus, is to stay at home in order to protect the NHS and save lives. In response to the Prime Minister’s address to the Nation, we must ask that parents and carers continue to only access the emergency child care cover at the school if you absolutely have toand if there is no one else in your household, who is not a key worker, who can safely look after your child.

It is essential that we minimise the number of people accessing this emergency cover so that we can adhere to strict social distancing requirements, for the health and safety and wellbeing of the children and our staff.

What do I do if I need to access the emergency cover?

Correspondence is currently being undertaken directly with the school.

Please inform the school if your requirements change and you no longer need cover for the days you have booked.

What is a key worker?

‘Key workers’ are defined as those whose work is critical to the COVID-19 response or those who work in one of the critical sectors listed below: 

  • Health and Social Care
  • Education and Child Care
  • Key Public Service
  • Local and National Government (linked to COVID-19)
  • Food Supplies
  • Public Safety and National Security
  • Transport
  • Utilities, Communication and Finance
  • Key Workers
  • Health Care
  • Journalist and Broadcasters
  • Religious Staff, Charities and Workers delivering frontline services

For a complete list of all roles which the government has classified as ‘critical’ please visit the Gov.uk website

 

Safeguarding concerns?

If you have any concerns about the welfare of your family during the Coronavirus outbreak or following school closure, there is help available. Click here for details

Keeping you up-to-date

All of the letters which have been sent out to parents/carers can be found here

Twitter

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