Greenfield Community College students will be returning to school in September to return to full time face-to-face lessons with their teachers as they prepare for their next steps.
There will be a phased return, with each year group being provided with a day to return to school.
Safety measures will be in place and the school will be following guidelines.
Parents are advised to check the school’s website for further updates and advice www.greenfieldschool.net
“Greenfield Community College are committed to supporting young people and providing high quality learning experiences that help students to be the best that they can be,” said a school statement.
“The school will continue to offer its broad and balanced curriculum that gives students opportunities to reach their full potential.”
Students at Greenfield have been supported during lockdown with a wide range of online resources, expert teaching and support with a consistent and well thought out supply of printed packs and resources.
Students have been able to access school networks and retain a continual dialogue with their teachers.
The school has been recognised as a regional winner by GCSE Pod for its student engagement and learning during this period, as well as a recent award for student voice and recognition from Inspire, for supporting student wellbeing.
Students have been excelling in many ways whilst learning at home – with progress in Hegarty Maths and Pod Games assignments – with positive feedback from students and families.
“Thank you to all of our students and their families for their efforts and commitments during these times,” added the school.
“We look forward to continuing to work together and support all of our young people.”