End of Term Arrangements – Module 1

Wilmington Academy building

Dear Parents/Carers,

Thank you for your ongoing support during Module 1, it has been a pleasure to welcome the students back into the academy following the summer break. The students have settled back into academy life well and are working hard in lessons.

In terms of communication, I would like to remind parents of some of the key information that can be accessed via our academy website to help you and your child navigate their educational journey.

You can access information on the curriculum that your child studies, covering curriculum intent, implementation and impact via the curriculum and assessment section of our website. This is supplemented by an outline of how each programme of study in each key stage is assessed so that you are able to support and encourage your child as they progress through each module.

Safeguarding, student-well and behaviour are central to the success and ethos at the academy and you can find our policies on Safeguarding Child Protection, Anti-bullying, Behaviour, Relationships and Sex Education, as well as a number of our other policies on our website under Policies.

In addition, there is specific information on our wellbeing service and SEN department on the following links:

To ensure that you are able to monitor your child’s attendance and other key data e.g. attendance and reports, you should have access to the MyChildAtSchool app. If you have any issues in accessing this system, please contact your child’s college office so that we can resolve this issue, thus enabling you to access information about your child and the academy via your mobile phone.

Finally, as we move towards the end of a very successful Module, I would like to remind parents/carers that the last day of Module 1 is Friday 20 October and students will return for Module 2 on Monday 6 November. The last day of the module is a normal school day. Students should arrive by 8.30am and the school day will end, as usual, at 3.15pm.

We wish you and your family a relaxing half term break.

Yours faithfully,

Mr M Gore