Letters 

Parent Letter – Return from 8th March 2021

 

Returning to BHA January 2021 – Letter to Parents

BHA Exempt Card Letter – 04.11.2020

COVID-19 student case letter to proximity contacts Oct 2020 2

COVID-19 student case letter to community parents Oct 2020 2

BHA-Covid19-Letter

September 2020– Parent Update

Academy Lunch Orders – Sept 2020

Parent Letter 16/7/20 – September 2020 – Please click to read about arrangements for your child’s return to the academy in September.

A letter from our CEO Debbie Clinton – 6th July 2020

 

Helpful Documentation to access Microsoft Teams

Covid Family Support Services

How to access your virtual lessons on Microsoft Teams

Year Group Teams Helpsheet

BHA Remote Education letter January 2021

Documents

ATS Risk Assesment for LFT Testing in ATT Academies

1. BHA – Return COVID 19

2.BHA – COVID – 19 First Aid Risk Assessment

3.BHA -office staff Return COVID 19

4. BHA – COVID 19 Procedure for First Aid

5.BHA – Infectious Diseases COVID19 Risk Assessment

6.BHA Additional Daytime Cleaning Procedure

7.BHA COVID19 Supply and Use of PPE Procedure

8. BHA COVID 19 – Procedure for management of infectious disease

GCSE Examination Grades – Summer 2020 UPDATE

Useful Links

Introductory Teams Instructions

Flash Academy Instructions for Parents

Addendum Home Academy Agreement

Parent Letter Reopening

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) (Updated: 23/03/2020)

School Closure- Coronavirus- Distance Learning Arrangements

Friday 20th March 2020 (Download PDF Version)

Dear Parents and Carers,

As you will be aware, the government has taken the decision to close all schools. As such, we will be operating remotely over the coming weeks.

Academy Hours:

It is still the expectation that students are working at home during this period. As parents, please ensure your child is working the hours of the academy day in addition to further homework set. Your child has been issued with a copy of their timetable to help provide them with structure and routine during this period.

Children of key workers, who are attending from Monday 23 March 2020, must wear full academy uniform. The academy will be open from 8:30am and close as per scheduled times of 3:30pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and 2:35pm on Wednesday and Friday. Unfortunately, due to limited resources, the Breakfast Club will not be in operation.

Remote Learning:

Students in Years 7-10 will be set work by their teachers via Microsoft Teams according to their normal academy timetable. Please ensure you and your child check Microsoft Teams every day to retrieve work. Your child can access Microsoft Teams via their school email account: http://www.office.com

For all Year 11 students, learning materials have been provided and work will be available via Microsoft Teams. Once the government confirms the plan for Year 11 assessment, we will write to you advising you on the next steps to be taken.

How to… & FAQ:

If you need guidance on how to access Microsoft Teams, please see our academy website:

https://www.bristnallhallacademy.attrust.org.uk

Digital Access:

If you need further support with Microsoft Teams or any of our online platforms, please email: BHA-ITSUPPORT@bha.attrust.org.uk clearly stating your child’s name, form, date of birth and your query.

A message from our ATT CEO, Debbie Clinton

Returning to BHA January 2021 – Letter to Parents

BHA Exempt Card Letter – 04.11.2020

COVID-19 student case letter to proximity contacts Oct 2020 2

COVID-19 student case letter to community parents Oct 2020 2

BHA-Covid19-Letter

September 2020– Parent Update

Academy Lunch Orders – Sept 2020

Parent Letter 16/7/20 – September 2020 – Please click to read about arrangements for your child’s return to the academy in September.

A letter from our CEO Debbie Clinton – 6th July 2020

Documents

1.BHA Academy Return COVID 19 Risk Assessment

2.BHA ACADEMY ATT COVID – 19 First Aid Risk Assessment

3.BHA ACADEMY COVID -19 Office Staff Risk Assessment

4.BHA Academy – COVID 19 Procedure for First Aid

5.BHA Academy – Infectious Diseases COVID19 Risk Assessment

6.BHA Academy – Social Distancing and Academy Pupil Capacity Plan

7.BHA Academy COVID19 Additional Daytime Cleaning Procedure

8.BHA Academy COVID19 Supply and Use of PPE Procedure

9.BHA Academy COVID 19 – Procedure for management of infectious disease

A Letter from our Principal re: Year 10 Partial re-opening 15th June 2020

GCSE Examination Grades – Summer 2020 UPDATE

Useful Links

Introductory Teams Instructions

Flash Academy Instructions for Parents

Addendum Home Academy Agreement

Parent Letter Reopening

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) (Updated: 23/03/2020)

School Closure- Coronavirus- Distance Learning Arrangements

Friday 20th March 2020 (Download PDF Version)

Dear Parents and Carers,

As you will be aware, the government has taken the decision to close all schools. As such, we will be operating remotely over the coming weeks.

Academy Hours:

It is still the expectation that students are working at home during this period. As parents, please ensure your child is working the hours of the academy day in addition to further homework set. Your child has been issued with a copy of their timetable to help provide them with structure and routine during this period.

Children of key workers, who are attending from Monday 23 March 2020, must wear full academy uniform. The academy will be open from 8:30am and close as per scheduled times of 3:30pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and 2:35pm on Wednesday and Friday. Unfortunately, due to limited resources, the Breakfast Club will not be in operation.

Remote Learning:

Students in Years 7-10 will be set work by their teachers via Microsoft Teams according to their normal academy timetable. Please ensure you and your child check Microsoft Teams every day to retrieve work. Your child can access Microsoft Teams via their school email account: http://www.office.com

For all Year 11 students, learning materials have been provided and work will be available via Microsoft Teams. Once the government confirms the plan for Year 11 assessment, we will write to you advising you on the next steps to be taken.

How to… & FAQ:

If you need guidance on how to access Microsoft Teams, please see our academy website:

https://www.bristnallhallacademy.attrust.org.uk

Digital Access:

If you need further support with Microsoft Teams or any of our online platforms, please email: BHA-ITSUPPORT@bha.attrust.org.uk clearly stating your child’s name, form, date of birth and your query.

A message from our ATT CEO, Debbie Clinton

Returning to BHA January 2021 – Letter to Parents

BHA Exempt Card Letter – 04.11.2020

COVID-19 student case letter to proximity contacts Oct 2020 2

COVID-19 student case letter to community parents Oct 2020 2

BHA-Covid19-Letter

September 2020– Parent Update

Academy Lunch Orders – Sept 2020

Parent Letter 16/7/20 – September 2020 – Please click to read about arrangements for your child’s return to the academy in September.

A letter from our CEO Debbie Clinton – 6th July 2020

Documents

1.BHA Academy Return COVID 19 Risk Assessment

2.BHA ACADEMY ATT COVID – 19 First Aid Risk Assessment

3.BHA ACADEMY COVID -19 Office Staff Risk Assessment

4.BHA Academy – COVID 19 Procedure for First Aid

5.BHA Academy – Infectious Diseases COVID19 Risk Assessment

6.BHA Academy – Social Distancing and Academy Pupil Capacity Plan

7.BHA Academy COVID19 Additional Daytime Cleaning Procedure

8.BHA Academy COVID19 Supply and Use of PPE Procedure

9.BHA Academy COVID 19 – Procedure for management of infectious disease

A Letter from our Principal re: Year 10 Partial re-opening 15th June 2020

GCSE Examination Grades – Summer 2020 UPDATE

Useful Links

Introductory Teams Instructions

Flash Academy Instructions for Parents

Addendum Home Academy Agreement

Parent Letter Reopening

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) (Updated: 23/03/2020)

School Closure- Coronavirus- Distance Learning Arrangements

Friday 20th March 2020 (Download PDF Version)

Dear Parents and Carers,

As you will be aware, the government has taken the decision to close all schools. As such, we will be operating remotely over the coming weeks.

Academy Hours:

It is still the expectation that students are working at home during this period. As parents, please ensure your child is working the hours of the academy day in addition to further homework set. Your child has been issued with a copy of their timetable to help provide them with structure and routine during this period.

Children of key workers, who are attending from Monday 23 March 2020, must wear full academy uniform. The academy will be open from 8:30am and close as per scheduled times of 3:30pm on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and 2:35pm on Wednesday and Friday. Unfortunately, due to limited resources, the Breakfast Club will not be in operation.

Remote Learning:

Students in Years 7-10 will be set work by their teachers via Microsoft Teams according to their normal academy timetable. Please ensure you and your child check Microsoft Teams every day to retrieve work. Your child can access Microsoft Teams via their school email account: http://www.office.com

For all Year 11 students, learning materials have been provided and work will be available via Microsoft Teams. Once the government confirms the plan for Year 11 assessment, we will write to you advising you on the next steps to be taken.

How to… & FAQ:

If you need guidance on how to access Microsoft Teams, please see our academy website:

https://www.bristnallhallacademy.attrust.org.uk

Digital Access:

If you need further support with Microsoft Teams or any of our online platforms, please email: BHA-ITSUPPORT@bha.attrust.org.uk clearly stating your child’s name, form, date of birth and your query.

A message from our ATT CEO, Debbie Clinton