In line with government guidance, Lighthouse School is currently open for all students.
Below is the school’s risk assessment, which has been quality-assured by our external Insurance and Liability provider and approved by the school’s governing body:
Lighthouse School continues to provide on-site face to face learning, off-site virtual learning, together with wellbeing and safeguarding support, to all students as part of our ongoing blended learning programme.
Below is our Remote Learning Information:
The school has invested a significant amount in laptops, iPads, and individual student resources to minimise the need for sharing equipment in school and to ensure that all students are able to engage remotely if needed.
We have returned to the usual timetable that was in place before lockdown. Students are on a one week timetable with 5 lessons and form time each day. The full curriculum is being covered, within the confines of the school Risk Assessment.
In line with government guidance we have engaged in Lateral Flow Testing for students and staff where active consent has been given. Upon their return, students will take three Lateral Flow Tests in school, at intervals of 3 days. From the 15th March tests will be conducted at home and self-testing kits will be issued. This is being used as one of a range of measures in place within the risk assessment to support on-site learning, where “Hands, Face, Space” is the crucial message. Instructions on self-testing, including a video, can be found here:
The provision established reflects the expectations outlined in the latest government guidance. The Executive Leadership Team are constantly monitoring the latest guidance and local information to ensure that Lighthouse School’s provision reflects the best practice. If any aspects of the provision changes, Lighthouse School will inform all stakeholders at the earliest possible moment.
Below is our privacy notice for Covid 19:
Please see the Government Guidance for vulnerable students
Please see the Government Guidance for parents on educational settings
Please see the Government Guidance for keeping children safe online
Please see the Government Guidance for supporting children’s wellbeing
Please see The Leeds Local Offer for SEND
The MyTutor website has a useful overview article on how to keep a teenager safe online.
The thinkuknow website has resources that are free to download.Be Internet Legends
The National Autistic Society also has COVID-19 resources.Illness Flowchart