COVID-19 Case Confirmed

We have been informed today of one positive case of coronavirus within the school community at Haygrove School. Working with colleagues at Public Health England and at Somerset County Council’s Public Health Team, we undertook a risk assessment and identified the children who may have been in close contact with the confirmed case and asked them to self-isolate for 14 days from the date of last contact.

With this advice and support we were able to act swiftly and take effective action. PHE has carried out a risk assessment and is satisfied with all the measures we are taking to keep our students safe. Our response includes a comprehensive deep clean of the affected areas.

We must stress that children self-isolating at home do not need to get a COVID test unless they develop symptoms. If any other students become symptomatic and are awaiting tests or results, the guidelines state that they must self-isolate for 14 days; they must not come to school.

Clearly this has had an impact on the school community especially those students involved and their families. The affected year group - Year 10, which comprises 213 students - will have access to comprehensive online resources which build on the curriculum they would be following at school and they have been set assignments so they can focus on meaningful and ambitious work that reflects their usual timetable. Teachers will use instructional videos to support learning and give clarity on what is to be taught and practised in each subject. 

Somerset County Council will be working with us to ensure that vulnerable pupils get the support they need whilst self-isolating. The County’s e-Learning and Information Management team is also supporting us with online learning and technology. We also have access to lap-tops through a government scheme if there are pupils who need them to do their work.

A letter has been sent home to each year 10 student and to the rest of the school.

Letter to year 10

Letter to rest of school



Our YEAR 6 OPEN EVENING will this year be an online only event due to COVID-19 restrictions. From 6pm on Tuesday 29 September interested parents/carers and students will be ablel to access an 'open day experience' via our website. Please watch this space or follow us on Facebook or Twitter for updates. 


Thank you.

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Clubs and Reading Groups

Film Club

If you enjoy film, then join in the fun every Wednesday afterschool and Thursday lunchtime when a recent or classic film will be shown in the Library. 


Girls' Night In/Lad's Night In

These evening events, held once very half term, are aimed at our Key Stage 3 students (Year 7, 8 and 9) and take place once every half term. Mixing fun activities (such as crafts and sports) with a quiz and a chance to look at books in our Library, the 'Nights In' are free to attend.

For each session, we invite a family member or carer to come along too so they can be a 'reading buddy' for their child and help bridge the gap between home and school reading.


Creative Writing

Thursday 1:20-2:10

All students are welcome to join in. Different genres of literature will be explored and students are given the opportunity to write their own short stories and poems.


Reading Groups 

  • Girls' Reading Group - Monday lunchtime
  • Boys' Reading Group - Thursday lunchtime

A chance to read a book together for pleasure and then talk about it with friends and fellow students. Where relevant, cinema trips to see the film of the book are organised.

Students from all year groups are welcome.


Haygrove Herald

The student paper has an editorial team who meet Wednesday lunchtime in the run-up to publication at the end of each term.

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