A return to school- guidelines for students staff and parents
After thorough risk assessment and planning, Year 10 students are now able to return to school from Monday June 15th. This will be for one session a week, when students will have a lesson of English, mathematics and science. This is a limited but very valuable opportunity and we hope to see many return next week.
Details of the safety measures in place and which Year 10 students should come to school on which days are outlined in the letter above, including half day sessions, groups of no more than 8 students, staggered start and finish times, personal working spaces, and more.
For all students in Years 7-10, work will continue to be set online. It is vitally important that students are completing this work and keeping up to date with their studies. This is being monitored regularly. Should there be any problems, students should contact their teacher by email or via Satchel One (the new name for Show My Homework).
Click here to see the letter to parents regarding school closure
Click here to Letter to parents - key workers clarification
Click here to see letter for parents of Year 11 students
Please click here for mental health and wellbeing support
Soar Valley College is an Outstanding school, as judged by Ofsted and as shown through our results each year. Whilst very proud of our achievements we are far from complacent, always striving to improve the provision and outcomes for the young people in our care.
At Soar Valley College, every individual is highly valued.
We are committed to providing a stimulating and caring environment, within which ALL
ASPIRE to reach the highest standards
ENJOY every aspect of school life and
ACHIEVE their full potential.