VE Weekend Update

Just wanted to provide an update on a few key things as we approach the Bank Holiday weekend.
  • A reminder that Logic is closed to staff and students on Friday May 8th for the May Bank Holiday. We will return to work on Monday 11th May.
  • We are continuing to try and make contact with parents on a regular basis, with staff attempting to call parents regularly. Often we find that calls are not accepted if they are unknown numbers or that voicemail messages are not returned. If you feel that you are not receiving any contact from us and would like to know more, please call us at Logic on 02088313001 or contact your child’s ACO via email (see below).
  • We are aware that this is a difficult time for families. On our website, we have provided a link for Wellbeing, where you can find information on how to access a variety of support for yourselves and our students at this time.
  • We currently do not know when students may return to Logic and like you, we are awaiting further clarification from the government this weekend. We are beginning to think about how this might look but until a decision is made, nothing can be finalised. We will be in touch next week with further details as we know more.
  • In the meantime, we have put plans in place for specific year groups to continue preparing for their return to Logic, their transition to 6th Form or for leaving Logic for University, Apprenticeships and employment. These are outlined below:
    • Year 10 students have work set daily and are expected to complete 2 subjects per day as per the timetable. Staff are making and grading this work weekly. It is vital that students complete this work in preparation for their return to Logic and their GCSE exams in Year 11.
    • Year 11 students have been set research and subject specific work packs to support their transition to Year 12. These are aimed at continuing to engage student’s minds while also helping them prepare for 6th Form subjects they may wish to undertake. We believe it is vital that students ‘use their brains’ over the next few months and do not return to Year 12 having undertaken nothing for 5-6 months.
    • Year 12 students are engaging well in online lessons and learning. They should be attending ‘virtual’ lessons as per their timetable and completing work as set. This is being monitored by staff and we will be contacting parents where there are concerns.
    • Year 13 should now be focussing on their next steps. Mr Coles is contacting students each week with an outline of what they should be focussing on. This predominantly focuses on transition but for some students, there are outstanding pieces of coursework which staff are contacting them about individually.

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