WELCOME TO MOAT
While Moat Community College is operating under lockdown we want all our students to continue to learn and make progress. We are supporting our students by moving our teaching on-line. Our teachers will be on-line everyday setting work. They will also be providing support and feedback.
All students should log-on to Outlook and Teams every day, as both of these platforms are used to send messages and set work to do. They should also check MathsWatch and GCSEPod each day to see if any work has been set on these applications.
We would like to send all of our parents and students our best wishes in these challenging times. We hope to support you in minimising any disruption to learning.
Mr B Killeen
Coronavirus Guidance Update
Please check the Moat website and our social media feeds regularly for information on how the college is responding to the current health issue.
Schools are to remain open for children of key categories of workers
If you are a health worker, police officer, supermarket delivery driver or look after the vulnerable and elderly in a professional capacity and you would like your child to remain at school during this closure they are able to. The school can also offer provision to pupils who have an Education and Health Care Plan and any child who has a social worker assigned.
In order to ensure that we fully safeguard children we need to know in advance whether you wish your child to attend. Please can you contact the main office to arrange your child’s attendance if you meet the criteria.
IT SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS WORKING FROM HOME
Students needing help with accessing remote learning resources should e-mail email@example.com
Messages will be replied to as soon as possible within the working day 8:30am - 4pm. Please note that this address is only for student technical support and other emails to it will not be forwarded.
If you have symptoms of coronavirus you should stay at home for 7 days. However, if you live with other people, you should all stay at home for 14 days from the day the first person showed symptoms. http://nhs.uk/coronavirus
SCHOOL CLOSED TO MOST STUDENTS AND PARENT VISITORS
We are currently closed for an indefinite period to ensure the safety of staff and students during the coronavirus outbreak. This closure has been ordered by the government, we will reopen as soon as they instruct us to do so. While we are closed we are posting work for students on-line. The Moat staff are providing on-line teaching, support and encouragement every day to our students. We wish our families well during this difficult time. We are still available to contact by email or over the phone during the closure period.
27/05/2020 LETTER ON EXTENDING THE OPENING OF SCHOOLS FROM THE LOCAL AUTHORITY WITH STATEMENT FROM THE MAYOR
Councillor Elly Cutkevlin - Assistant City Mayor with responsibility for Education - has sent a letter for parents and carers setting out the local position and encouraging schools and other settings to be flexible and plan for a gradual and safe return.
14/05/2020 LETTER FROM THE PRINCIPAL REGARDING LATEST GOVERNMENT GUIDANCE
18/06/2020 CORONAVIRUS UPDATE
We hope that you and your family are safe and well.
This letter has some updates on our students returning to school.
05/06/2020 YearS 7, 8 and 9 RETURNING IN AUTUMN TERM
We have continued to monitor the situation around covid-19 and any possible return to school; this letter is an update on the situation and our
NEW 08/07/2020 EXAM RESULTS
Dear Year 11 student
On Thursday 20th August schools will be issuing GCSE and other examination results to students. In normal years we would be looking forward to welcoming you onto site for to receive them in person.
Unfortunately, due to present situation this won't be able to happen this year. Instead, we intend to send you the results you have achieved by email after 8.30am on 20th August. We will be using your school email to do this.
If you are unable to receive this email on that date, can you please let me know at least a week beforehand on firstname.lastname@example.org and we can make arrangements for your results to be sent in the post. Please note that we cannot post result letters until 8am on results day, therefore the earliest you will receive your results will be on Friday 21st August
From 10am on 20th August onwards, our administration staff will take calls to book appointments, if needed, for you to discuss your results with a member of the school careers team. You may feel you need some support if your results are either better or worse than you expected.
Best wishes for the future.
Mr Buckle Vice Principal
07/07/2020 LETTER TO PARENTS
The Principal has sent a letter to all parents with information from the Local Authority.
Welcome to Year 6 Students and Parents/Carers
Hello to all Year 6 students and parents: please keep an eye on this part of our website where over the next few weeks we will be introducing you to the Year 7 team, including your future form tutors!
Mrs Higham (Vice Principal) and Mr Daine (Year 7 YAC)
25/06/2020 INDUCTION EVENING
Thank you to everyone who attended the virtual induction meeting, it was a great success and it was wonderful to see so many parents and guardians taking part.
STUDENT ADMISSION FORM
Follow the link below to complete the Student Admission form for any of your children who will be joining Moat this year.STUDENT ADMISSION FORM
KEYSTAGE 4 GRADES 2020
GCSE, BTEC and Vcerts exams have all been cancelled for 2020
The government is still releasing information on exactly how grades will be awarded. Here are some useful links and documents below, which will help to explain the situation. We will update this area, as more information becomes available.
Grading in 2020 - information for students
YouTube clip explaining the process for awarding grades.
LETTER TO STUDENTS - SUMMER 2020 GRADING
Download a letter which has been sent to students to explain the process:Letter to students - Summer 2020 grading
NEW LETTER TO PARENTS and carers - 22/05/2020
A letter to parents and carers regarding the latest information on COVID-19 and returns to school.Coronavirus Letter 22/05/20