How We Are Managing The Risk Of Covid-19
At Stockport Academy, our number one priority is the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff. A lot has changed since we were all since our whole community was last in school together, and we have worked tirelessly to ensure that our site is as safe as can possibly be when it comes to managing the risk presented to us by Covid-19.
Click here to read our most recent update with regards to how we are managing the risk of Covid-19. Please note that masks are should be worn in communal areas and classrooms. Guidance on your child's absence should they develop symptoms during term-time can be found in this letter.
Students and their families should be aware of key changes - details of which can be found below. A copy of our Risk Assessment can be accessed here. Stockport Council has also produced this guide to support parents/carers with their child's return to school.
If you have any further queries please email us.
Mass Testing of Students
Students will be tested in school for Covid-19 when they return - this has already been successfully implemented for our staff and critical worker students who have been on-site during lockdown. You can access an FAQ from the Department for Education here, and more details on how your child's information during testing will be used by clicking here. After the initial three tests completed in school, students will be invited to test from home with kits that will be supplied to them, before submitting the results online. For more information on the home testing process, click here.
To read more about how your child's data will be handled, click here to read our privacy notice.