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Admissions Arrangements 2022 Consultation

Ulverley School is consulting on its admission arrangements for 2022-23 from 18 December 2020 to 31 January 2021. You can find a copy here.

If you have any comments or views you should send them to Ms Jeni Mills, Chair of Governors at or directly to Ulverley School, at by 5pm on 31 January 2021. Please put ADMISSIONS CONSULTATION in the subject line.


Christmas Wishes

Firstly, and most importantly, we hope that you and your family are coping as well as you possibly can be at this difficult time. You will no doubt have seen or heard Professor Chris Whitty, the Chief Medical Officer for England, discussing the pandemic today (you can read or listen to what he said here, Within his key message he highlighted that the next few weeks will be the worst of the pandemic for the NHS and he urged everyone to stay at home wherever possible in order to reduce the spread of the virus. Additionally he stated that, "This is everybody's problem. Any single unnecessary contact you have with someone is a potential link in a chain of transmission."

With this in mind, and with each and every one of us needing to play a key role in safeguarding not only each other but also the NHS, we are asking that where you are deemed to be a key worker and have a place for your child at school you only send them in if you do not have any other childcare provision and where it is absolutely necessary. As a school (and a group of schools within the Trust) we want to support key workers and ensure that those who offer vital and critical services and infrastructure are catered for during the pandemic whilst also balancing the risk of transmission in around the school site. We aim to do this by ensuring that we only cater for children whose parents are key workers and have no other childcare option available along with those children who are deemed to be vulnerable by the school. Currently we have on average 170 children attending on a daily basis. Clearly this means that despite our best efforts, minimising contact between parents becomes increasingly difficult at this time. We are living through a defining moment in the history of our country and as such it is important that as a community we are all supporting each other.

Today has been the first day of our live lesson sessions and whilst we know that there have been (and will continue to be for the next few weeks) teething problems we hope that many of you have been able to access this new form of learning. Our teachers and support staff have put in many hundreds of hours to ensure that this approach offers the best solution to your child other than actually being in school (which we know nothing can compare to).

We know that home schooling is a challenging process which is why we have decided to have a blend of live lesson opportunities along with recorded lessons. In taking this approach we are aiming to ensure that families with more than one child or both parents busy working from home can either access both live and recorded lessons or, where this is not possible, simply access the recorded lessons at a convenient time for the family. We want you to know that we are doing our very best to support you and your child and over the coming weeks we will be looking to offer further support in a number of ways. In the meantime, please ensure that you are all kind to yourselves and know that we understand that things might not always go according to plan with home schooling so please don’t feel that we are judging you at any point. You know your situation, circumstances and child best - our aim is to give you the tools to make the very best of a challenging situation. If you do not have access to a device or the internet and have not been in touch then please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Stay Home. Protect the NHS. Save Lives.


Coronavirus Latest

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Home Learning Strategy

From November our Home Learning content is changing. We are going to be using our own staff to deliver lessons. Find out more here.

A short video outlining our iSchool approach can be found here.

Parental guidance and help on using Google Classrooms can be found here.

Guidance for supporting your child's wellbeing can be found here.

Take care. Stay safe. Control the virus.


The Importance of Washing Hands

School Calendar

Copy of Widgit handwashing.pdf
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GDPR Compliance

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Ulverley School, is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Any information requested by which you can be identified when using the Website will only be used in accordance with the Policy.

The School recognises that by efficiently managing its records, it will be able to comply with its legal and regulatory obligations and to contribute to the effective overall management of the institution.

Records provide evidence for protecting the legal rights and interests of the school, and provide evidence for demonstrating performance and accountability.

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It takes a village to raise a child...

Ulverley School has a responsibility for, and is committed to, safeguarding, ensuring that children, young people and vulnerable adults grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care and enabling them to have the best outcomes and requires that all staff, partners and volunteers share this commitment.

​Our policy and practice are taken from Keeping Children Safe in Education [2019].

If you have any concerns about a child or young person, please contact one of Designated Safeguarding Officerss [DSOs] as soon as possible or contact the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub [MASH] on 0121 788 4300 / 0121 605 6060 [Out of Hours]. Concerns about people working with children should be again dressed through the DSO or the Local Authority Designated Officer [LADO] on 0121 788 4310.

Further information on Local Safeguarding Children's Partnership procedures can be found at

Our DSOs are:

Please either speak to or email our DSOs with any concerns for the best interests of a child.