Remote Learning

What to expect from remote education, if restrictions require any of our students to remain at home.

Testing

The need to know information on what testing procedures to expect for COVID-19 in Fair Ways Education.

Coming to School

Knowing when to send your child to school and when to keep them at home is vitally important.

Updates

Any updates on the ever-changing COVID-19 situation can be found here on our website. In the instance that any urgent updates need to be communicated, they will be sent via email.

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Testing

Fair Ways Education have begun lateral flow testing staff and students on a regular basis to ensure we remain vigilant and as safe as possible from the risks that COVID presents.

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Coming to School

With the mass of information available, it can sometimes be confusing on what rules to follow. We have made a simple flow chart to help you know whether you should send your child into school.

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Risk Assessment

We cannot eliminate the risks associated with Coronavirus. However, we can take actions to minimise these risks.

The guidance states that preventing the spread of coronavirus involves preventing:
- Direct transmission, for instance, when in close contact with those sneezing and coughing
- Indirect transmission, for instance, touching contaminated surfaces

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Remote Learning

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 situation in the UK, we seek to provide clarity and transparency to all our young people and parents or carers about what to expect from remote education, if restrictions require any of our students to remain at home.

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Remote Learning Policy

View our latest policy for students working from home

Testing Handbook

Government-issued handbook for schools and colleges

Government Guidance

A complete guide on the need to know information for parents and carers

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