Autumn Term Arrangements 2021

Dear Parents and Carers

With such a rapidly changing national picture, we are awaiting guidance from the DfE regarding September opening, but wish to reassure all parents that we will continue to undertake and act upon the outcomes of risk assessments and will update you all late August in good time to welcome our new Year 7 intake in September. 

In September there will be the opportunity for students to get tested for asymptomatic Covid-19 upon their return. Information is below for your reference.

Lateral Flow Testing Arrangements

Please click here for TESTING ARRANGEMENTS over the Summer Holiday and at the start of the Autumn Term 2021.

The testing consent form can be found here.

Contact with School over the summer holiday
The site is open all holiday as we have a range of maintenance and improvement projects on-going. If you need to contact us over the Summer period, please email enquiries@humphry-davy.cornwall.sch.uk  or call 01736 363559.  Please note that the email inbox will be monitored periodically over the summer, as will any messages left on the main school number.

The new term starts for Years 7 and 11 on Wednesday 8th September and for Years 8, 9 and 10 on Thursday 9th September. 8.40am.

You will have received information in the post regarding your child's new mentor group and where the group is based. Upon return in September, students should make their way to their Mentor Base Room - on time; in full school uniform; with the equipment they will need to start the term with success.

Please note our Open Day is Thursday 7th October and the school will be partially closed as we welcome Year 6 students and prospective Parents. Please refer to the end of term newsletter and website for full details of our INSET days (click here for details).

Finally, thank you once again for your support, I truly appreciate it. I look forward to welcoming your son/daughter back to school in September and, in the meantime, wish you all a most enjoyable summer break.

Take care and stay safe,

W A Marshall

Headteacher

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