Churchill School

Unity Secondary Arts Festival 2022

Through unity there is strength

Through recent times, the strength, resilience and humanity that can be achieved through cooperation and unity has been exemplified in so many ways, from the exceptional way that our staff and young people have weathered the storm of the pandemic to their extraordinary achievements in it’s wake and the unifying event that has been the Queen’s platinum jubilee. The Unity Schools Partnership’s 2022 summer arts festival celebrates this sense of unity and the creativity of the young people across our partnership.

Celebrate with us and look at the incredible work our students from across the trust have created and been a part of from the padlet below.
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For students joining us in September we have produced a booklet to support you in your transition to Churchill School.

Please select the class booklet from the attachments section on this page.

This risk assessment is updated in the light of feedback, experience and guidance. Trade unions and staff are invited to comment and this is being made pubic via the school’s website. The school recognises that there remain considerable challenges from the covid-19 pandemic.

Please take time to read the attached Risk Assessment.

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The Government is offering Coronavirus tests to lots of children when they come back to school.

Students who are in school now will also be offered testing from Monday 8th March 2021.

Please click on the attached document to read our helpful Coronavirus Testing Story.

We have put together a useful guide for students about the importance of wearing a face covering at school. Please click on the attached link to view.