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Additional Info 

   


for parents & students joining us in September
(including introduction video)


Headteacher's Welcome  

I am delighted and honoured to be appointed as the new Headteacher of Lea Valley Academy, and I’m very keen to get to know parents, as well as pupils and staff, from my experience of being a teacher in north London schools for over 25 years, including the last 13 years at Edmonton County, I know that a successful and happy school depends on all of us working together.

Lea Valley Academy has recently been through a period of change and I aim to bring a period of stability to the school. I am looking forward to finding out more about the school so that the improvements we make in this new chapter are supported by the whole school community.

"By working together, we can ensure all students enjoy their time at school, make excellent progress and leave us with the necessary skills and attitudes to lead successful and fulfilling lives."

 

Parents make an important contribution to children’s achievements at school, and I want to develop the relationship between the school and parents for everyone’s benefit and look forward to meeting you at school events throughout the year.

 

One of the first things I want to do is reinforce and raise our expectations of our students. It is important to be ambitious. I know our students will always respond positively to a challenge. So, next term we will introduce some changes that we believe will make a significant impact on our school culture.

 

Your support with these changes will be greatly appreciated.

 

 

Mr S. J. Kinson

Headteacher

Lea Valley Academy

 

THE SCHOOL IS CLOSED FOR MAJORITY OF STUDENTS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK

Plans for reopening: Years 10 and 12 lessons

 

Year 10:  The current plans are to have students in small groups (bubbles) for English, Maths, Science and wellbeing lessons, starting from 29th June 2020.

Please see the Year 10 letter.

Year 12: The current plans are to have students in small groups (bubbles) for their timetabled lessons, starting from 29th June 2020.

Please see the Year 12 letter.

Plans for wellbeing meetings: Years 7, 8 and 9 

 

The current plans are to have small groups of students in for 20 minute wellbeing interviews, with one allocated member of staff in the week beginning 29th June 2020. Please see the Year 9 letter below.

 

Year 8: The current plans are to have small groups of students in for 20 minute wellbeing interviews, with one allocated member of staff in the week beginning 6th July 2020. 

 

Year 7: The current plans are to have small groups of students in for 20 minute wellbeing interviews, with one allocated member of staff in the week beginning 13th July 2020.

 

Plans for new Year 7 joining in September 2020

The current plans are to have small groups of students with a parent in for 20 minutes , with one allocated member of staff between 3 and 5pm. Afterwards students and parents will have the opportunity to go on an open area tour with the Headteacher. Personal invites will be sent out in advance 

 

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Letter for parents

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Dear Parents / Carers,

 

If you are a core sector worker or working in one of the other essential services identified by the government and require help with child care please contact school on 01992 763 666.

 

Important information including home learning can be found in the year group folders, Printed work booklets are available for collection each day between 9am and 3pm.

 

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