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Welcome to St Charles’ Voluntary Catholic Academy

***St Charles' VC Academy Key Worker Survey***

 

We remain committed to supporting children and families with specific needs but must balance this with our own obligations to minimise the risks associated with maintaining an on- site provision which have been clearly outlined to us. To be clear, this will not be like a normal school experience.

It is important to clarify that this relates to families where a parent is a key worker and on the occasion where shifts, for example, mean they are unable to provide a safe environment at home between them. Given the need to minimise the associated risks as outlined above we are only able to accommodate a small number of young people with the greatest need.

We are currently awaiting confirmation but anticipate that key workers are likely to be classified as those working in the NHS, care homes, police, fire service, teachers, education support workers and childcare staff, social workers, prison staff, local authority planners, environmental health officers, armed forces, those delivering retail goods and working in supermarkets, and those manufacturing equipment such as respirators.

This is neither an exhaustive, nor definitive list and will remain under review, however we recognise that families will be making plans to respond to the latest announcements so wanted to share our current understanding at the earliest opportunity. We also need as a matter of urgency to plan for demand for this service and so ask any parents/carers who have a need to access it to provide their details through a short survey which is available through the website or can be taken here


https://bit.ly/2U5Pwm1

It is important this survey is completed by no later than 1:30pm on Friday 20th March

 

 

*****For the lastest  Government advice and guidance on COVID-19  for parents and carers please follow the link below to the St Mary's College website.****

 

https://www.smchull.org/news/latest-government-advice-and-guidance-on-covid-19-guidance-for-parents-and-carers​

 

 

A Message from St Charles

Welcome to our school website:

** Look out for our new website coming soon!**

 

 

We have a new website which is currently under construction and will be announced to parents when it is complete! This brand new website will be much easier for visitors to navigate and explore St Charles' VC Academy regarding all school life and our participation amongst the community.



 

*****Latest Government advice and guidance on COVID-19 guidance for parents and carers****

Please take time to read the latest available guidance published by the Government on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) by clicking on the 'News and Events' tab above.


St Charles' Voluntary Catholic Academy is part of the St Cuthbert's Roman Catholic Academy Trust and the family of Hull Catholic Schools.

Our school is a vibrant, culturally diverse, inclusive and friendly academy located in the heart of Hull city centre and serves our local parish St.Charles Borromeo.We strive to accept the mission of Jesus in everything we do - to love, learn and share everyday.

Staff at St.Charles' are invested in providing a rich and broad curriculum that captures children attention, motivates and challenges them across all areas of learning. Children benefit from developed strong links with local sports clubs and are offered a wide range of sporting opportunities at all levels of participation.

Our school is very proud of the links we have with our wider community and work closely with our local Parish Priest Father James and St. Vincent de Paul Society. Parents and carers are regularly welcomed into school to celebrate Mass, enjoy topic days and for children to showcase their learning.

We are so excited plans are underway for a new website as we are part of St Cuthbert’s Roman Catholic Academy Trust. We will let you know when we are ready to move to this during Autumn Term 2019.

       
                                             Senior Leadership Team      

                     Mrs. Duncan, Mr Foster, Mrs. Woodmansey and Mrs. Siedle 
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