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Moulsham High School

Adverse Weather/ Alternative Day Protocol

MOULSHAM HIGH SCHOOL

ADVERSE WEATHER PROTOCOL 2021-22

In the instance of the school implementing this protocol, parents will be informed via e-mail and text message. An announcement will also be posted on the school’s website and social media pages.

 

Staff will receive a telephone phone call from their line manager and an e-mail and text message from the school. 

 

The school will operate a revised school day, following the timetable below:

 

School Day

 

Registration areas

10:00 am

Registration

 

Years 7 & 8

Refectory

10:05 am

Period 2

 

Year 9

Auditorium

11:0

Period 3

 

  

12:05 pm

Break, including lunch for those entitled to free school meals

 

Year 10

Lower Humanities

12:25 pm

Period 4, including registration

 

Year 11

Hall

1:30 pm

Period 5

 

Year 12

Chaucer

2:30 pm

End of school day

 

 Year 13

 Library

 

  • [JM1] Students should consume a substantial breakfast before they leave for school.
  • Students who arrive before 10am should report to Main Reception.
  • By avoiding a lunch period, the school ensures that less water, ice, snow etc. is brought into the buildings, in order to maintain health and safety standards.
  • The early finish allows for students to travel home slowly and safely, and in full light; this also provides an opportunity for the Site Team to make the school ready for the next day (potentially, before things ice/frost over etc.)
  • If the school is open in snowy conditions, snowballing is prohibited. 

N.B.  In the event of the school being unable to open at all, lessons will be via TEAMS and Satchel 1.  On Day 1 of such a closure, lessons will begin at 10.05 am (period 2).  On any subsequent days, lessons will follow the normal school day. 

Staff should remember to take their laptops home so that they are able to access TEAMs and Satchel 1. 

 

Notes

  • Students should consume a substantial breakfast before they leave for school
  • Students who arrive before 10am should report to Main Reception
  • By avoiding a lunch period, the school ensures that less water, ice, snow etc. is brought into the buildings, in order to maintain health and safety standards
  • The early finish allows for students to travel home slowly and safely, and in full light; this also provides an opportunity for the Site Team to make the school ready for the next day (potentially, before things ice/frost over etc.)
  • If the school is open in snowy conditions, students will be allowed to snowball on the school fields using loose snow. Any student snowballing elsewhere, using anything other than loose snow, or aiming snowballs at staff will be dealt with severely.

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