COVID-19 & Lockdown
Posted: 2 weeks ago
Flu can be serious and even deadly for older adults, very young children, and people with underlying health conditions. The flu vaccine is the best protection for you and those around you. That's why it's free to those most at risk. If you're in an eligible group – make sure you get vaccinated. Ask your pharmacist or GP if you're eligible for a free flu vaccine #getyourflujab
The Bradfields PTFA are now on AmazonSmile. When you make a purchase on Amazon, they will make a donation to Bradfields PTFA, at no extra cost to you. To sign up for AmazonSmile, please follow the below steps: Here's how to sign up for AmazonSmile: 1. Visit https://amzn.to/3kik1iy 2. Sign in with your Amazon.co.uk credentials 3. Choose/Search a charitable organisation. In the search bar type in Bradfields Ptfa 4. Start shopping! 5. Add a bookmark for smile.amazon.com to make it even easier to return and start your shopping at AmazonSmile How to use AmazonSmile on your Smartphone: Turn on AmazonSmile in the Amazon Shopping app 1. Make sure you're signed up for AmazonSmile (use your web browser to visit smile.amazon.co.uk) 2. Download or update to the latest version of the Amazon Shopping app for iOS or Android 3. Open the app and find "Settings" in the main menu (☰) 4. Tap on "AmazonSmile" and follow the on-screen instructions to turn on AmazonSmile in the app.
Dear Parent/Carer, We are continuing to ensure safety measures are in place to support the academy in being Covid-19 secure. We are currently in a period of National Lockdown as such the additional safety requirements are for all students (From Years 7-14) and staff to wear face coverings when they are in communal areas such as the hall or corridors. Please visit our website for more information: https://bit.ly/3lPS2s2
Our students In Miss McCormick's English classes have been some fantastic work! This term, they have already answered 20,000 questions on IXL. Well done to all of these students! #Literacy
Teaching is outstanding because teachers are reflective about their practice. Teachers’ superb subject knowledge is used to engage, challenge and support pupils in a wide range of subjects. - Ofsted