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  • CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION

    Published 27/02/20

    Greenwood Academies Trust is monitoring daily updates and advice from the UK Government in regards to the Coronavirus. We are keeping our Principals updated with the Government’s latest recommended measures to keep pupils and staff safe. Although the risk to individuals remains low, and we have not had any issues within our Academies, as always the active involvement of the whole Academy community in maintaining good hygiene practices will be vital in minimising the chances of any viruses spreading. 

    Our Principals will keep pupils, parents and staff advised of any necessary arrangements as soon as practicable in relation to daily Academy activity and any visits overseas. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and issue any updated Government guidance to Principals. 

    The Department of Health and Public Health England are advising extra precautions for people returning from a number of areas overseas and all our Academies will be following this guidance, which can be found here, along with a list of affected countries. If any members of your family, including pupils, visit any of the listed countries or are visited by people coming to the UK from these countries, they should follow the advice in the link above.

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  • Covid-19 school safety

    Published 29/06/20

    Click the link to see how we're staying Covid-19 safe in 2020

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  • Internet Safety at Home

    Published 26/03/20

    With so many of our learners now accessing the internet more than usual, for both remote online learning as well as chatting with friends and gaming, here's a useful link to some trusted e-Safety sites that parents and carers might like to refer to. http://airhead.io/public/launchpads/cYOTeHK3xUu9vlNmv1q77A

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  • #StayHomeSaveLives

    Published 22/03/20

    URGENT NOTICE: It is imperative that you should ONLY send your child to school if you absolutely have to because your work is critical to the current COVID-19 response. #StayHomeSafeLives

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  • COVID-19 Guidance to parents and carers

    Published 20/03/20

    Please click here to find the latest letter on Government guidance for parents and carers

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  • World Book Day Pop-up Cafe

    Published 12/03/20

    Students raised an impressive £148.75 by running a 'pop-up' reading cafe on World Book Day. All the proceeds will go towards supporting Dolly Parton's Imagination Library https://imaginationlibrary.com/uk/

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  • Careers Week

    Published 09/03/20

    Students participating in careers week at Nethergate Academy. The class enjoyed dressing up, sharing stories, playing construction in the sand and doing art activities.

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  • NCT careers

    Published 05/03/20

    Big thank you to bus drivers Kim and Karen from @NCT_buses who came to visit us last week with a bus! Primary classes enjoyed finding out about life as a bus driver and students in KS4 and sixth form found out about careers in the travel industry. #GATBrightFutures

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  • Emmanuel House Donation

    Published 27/02/20

    Students raised a marvelous £46 for Emmanuel House (homeless shelter) this winter after organising various activities including a 'Christmas Jumper Day'. Well done to all involved! https://emmanuelhouse.org.uk

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  • Enterprise Project

    Published 27/02/20

    KS4 pupils have secured funding for their enterprise project and have begun trading their healthy, natural, eco-friendly treats for dogs - 'Baxter's Brilliant Biscuits'. The project is organised by the Peter Jones Foundation. More information can be found here: https://www.peterjonesfoundation.org/foundation-for-enterprise/encourage-tycoon-enterprise-competition/ 

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  • Big Reading Challenge

    Published 30/01/20

    A big thank you to Councillor Mellen who visited Nethergate this week to raise awareness of Nottingham's 'Big Reading Challenge'. We will look forward to supporting the project by fundraising later in the term.

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