School COVID safety
(Information updated on 11th March 2021)
Information regarding the re-opening of Corby Technical School was sent to parents on 1st March 2021. Please click the links to review the letter and the information booklet to give you an outline of what our new school environment will look and feel like and reassure you that we will do everything we can to make school as safe as it can be for students and staff. Our student behaviour policy has also been updated and can be found in the policy section of our website.
In addition to this information please find below some further details regarding the risk assessments that have been undertaken.
Following the Government’s announcement that schools are to reopen to all students at the start of the autumn term 2020, we have been preparing our school to safely welcome back students and staff. This has involved a comprehensive risk assessment process to ensure risks continue to be effectively managed. Consideration has been given to balancing the minimisation of risks from Coronavirus (COVID-19) with providing a full educational experience for children and young people, in line with Government guidance.
Corby Technical School and The Brooke Weston Trust will continue to monitor guidance and will adopt a dynamic risk management approach to ensure the operation of the school remains as safe as possible.
The results of our risk assessment are published here. This was last updated on 11th March 2021.
Further guidance for parents/carers
Government guidance for the reopening of schools, including that for parents and carers, can be accessed here.