We would like to extend our deepest condolences to all members of our community who have been adversely affected during the Coronavirus pandemic. Staff and families have suffered bereavement, physical deprivation and mental distress. However, we have also pulled together as the remarkable community we are to support, care and work for each other. Staff, parents, children and local volunteers have all helped. We know so many stories of individual grit and commitment. We are very grateful. Thank you.
A United Response to Lockdown
At Drayton Park we’re really proud of the way we handled lockdown. We worked closely with our partner school, Montem, to ensure our response was as robust as it could be. This meant we were able to:
Throughout this time there was no spread of coronavirus at our schools. To get a sense of what Edventure School was like, hear from our children:
From early June we reopened Drayton Park. We gradually increased the numbers of pupils at school, so that by the final weeks of term we were open to pupils from all year groups, with almost half our children and almost all our staff back.
Re-opening in September
We are now fully open to all pupils. Details of how we are running and the measures we have in place to make school safe are available in the letter below.