The information below describes the adaptations we are making in response to the current public health situation. The information is also available on the appropriate pages on the main school website, but is shared below for your convenience. Our full risk assessment for COVID-19 can be found in general information below.
Please click on the links below to access sections lower on the page:
Absence or Closure Due to COVID-19
Absence due to bubble closure
School is currently closed to the following groups. Students in these groups should stay at home and self-isolate until the date shown below. If a student is part of more than one group below, then they should self-isolate until the later date shown.
|Group Name||Self-Isolate From||Final Day of Self-Isolation||First Day Back in School|
Please find below information on our education provision for students that the school have asked to self-isolate. There are three key guides that link to different numbers of students who are absent: ‘Bubble’ means whole school or whole year group; ‘Small Groups’ means a group of students from within a year group who have been identified as a close contact to another student who has tested positive for COVID-19, and; ‘Individual students’ means one student who is self-isolating.
- School At Home Guide Bubble Closure
- School At Home Guide Individuals self isolating
- School At Home Guide Small Groups
Arrangements for individual students who are self-isolating
Day 1 of self-isolation:
- Inform the school of your child’s absence in the usual way using the absence function in EduLink One. Please explain that your child needs to self-isolate due to coronavirus.
- Check the school procedure for reporting a coronavirus absence in the document below.
- Arrange the appropriate coronavirus test for those in the household who require one.
- Start to prepare for a period of School at Home. Your child will need your support to get started. Click on the link to find guidance on School at Home for individual students.
- How to notify the school of a positive case of COVID 19 updated 11 December 2020
- Information for parents and carers on suspected COVID 19
- Procedure if school closes partially or fully due to coronavirus
- Covid 19 Risk Assessment 09 Oct 20
- Data protection Covid testing FAQs Amended
- Essential equipment list 2020
- How to do your test COVID 19 instruction leaflet for schools
- Letter for parent and carers of students attending school from 5th January 2021
- Letter from Herts CC 11 January 2021 FINAL
- Letter on COVID19 testing for staff and students 04 January 2021
- Privacy Notice KTS Student Lateral Flow Testing Jan 2021 Amended
- Privacy Notice school and college testing from home
- Remote Learning Policy
- Return to School and Student FAQs
- School At Home Guide Individuals self isolating Spring and Summer 2021
- Student Guide to KTS Accessit Library
- What to expect from a Knights Templar School education for students
- Year 10 School Day
- Year 11 School Day
- Year 12 School Day
- Year 13 School Day
- Year 7 School Day
- Year 8 school Day
- Year 9 School Day
- Year 10 Site Plan
- Year 11 Site Plan
- Year 7 Site Plan
- Year 8 Site Plan
- Year 9 Site Plan
- Years 12 and 13 Site Plan
- Year 10 Typical Timetable
- Year 11 Typical Timetable
- Year 7 Typical Timetable
- Year 8 Typical Timetable
- Year 9 Typical Timetable