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Dear parents and carers,
I am writing regarding the advice given by Public Health England in relation to the Corona virus. As you may be aware, the advice has recently been updated and I attach a letter which we have received advising self-quarantine for anyone who has travelled to specific areas.
Please read the attached letter and if your child is affected, please contact school.
If you have recently been abroad, please check the information for travellers relating to novel coronavirus at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/wuhan-novel-coronavirus-information-for-the-public on a daily basis for 14 days after your return, and follow the relevant advice.
This information on the website is updated daily to reflect the changing situation. More countries may be added as the situation evolves which is why it is important to continue to check it until the recommended 14 day period has passed.
20200225 Schools letter re Travel advice
Our Year 8 girls 7-aside football team (just missing Millie B) were runners up in the Bury Schools Competition last week. In netball, our Key Stage 3 girls teams have been working really hard with their training and have been making great progress at their Wednesday after-school practice. And all this practice really paid off for some of them as both year 7 teams played against Woodhey last Monday and won their first match! Hopefully our year 8 and year 9 teams will perform just as well – more results to follow!
On Friday 7th February 2020, eight of our year 9 students took part in a Hate Crime Ambassador training programme at Bury’s New Kershaw Centre, along with students from several other Bury schools. The students were placed into mixed teams with the other schools and worked really well together. Each team produced some good work around the strands of hate crime (disability, race, religion, transgender identity, sexual orientation) – and also covered stereotyping, prejudice and equality. At the end of the activity the students returned to their own school’s group to work on their final presentation – Tottington High School’s team produced a piece of work on their given topic of religion. All our students got involved and got lots out of the day, and were all a credit to our school.