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COVID-19 advice for Monday 23rd March 2020

Monday, 23 March 2020

Dear Parents & Guardians,

Due to the rapid changes in guidance and acting on the Government's advice from Sunday the 22nd of March and further advice from Monday 23rd March 2020 we have had to make some very difficult and upsetting decisions regarding which pupils can access the school site during the coming weeks and in particular from week commencing Monday 23rd of March.

We will only be accepting children of confirmed key workers and those children who are looked after (LAC) on the Child in Need register (CIN) and those open to Child Protection (CP) unfortunately if your child does not fall into any of the above categories we cannot accept your child at school until further notice.


Your child is safer at home


We hope you understand how difficult this has been for us as a school community and continue to support us in our fight against the virus and brighter days when both staff and pupils can all come together again as a whole school community.

Please keep your child at home until advised to do otherwise



















At Cavendish High Academy we aim to:

Work hard to make this a welcoming, busy, safe and healthy school, where you will see happy, respectful children who enjoy learning and are doing their very best to achieve their full potential now and later in life.

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"Everyone knows everyone at Cavendish – it’s just like being part of one big, happy family.”