COVID-19

 

The Mead Centre

The Mead Centre is now open, with limited staffing to mitigate risk, and fully operational phone lines/email services.

We would encourage enquirers to use our email address or phone number to contact us, as we are limiting the number of visitors to the centre to reduce the risk of transmission.

Our latest risk assessment and access guides can be found below:

The Mead Centre – TMET COVID-19 Risk Assessment – Spring Term 2021-21 v8.0

The Mead Centre Staff Access Guide-TMET v8.0.docx

The Mead Centre Visitor Access Guide-TMET v11.0.docx

Visitor Self-Declaration Form

Guidance

DfE Guidance for parents/carers

NHS Cornavirus (COVID-19) Advice

Home learning

Schools are currently open, and we want to make sure that every pupil’s education continues. At present this is in school, however plans are in place for education to continue through home learning should our current circumstances change. . Our dedicated teaching staff will still be available to support pupils during this time.

Our schools have published information about home learning on their websites, which will be updated as the need arises.

Some of our secondary schools are using Show My Homework  or Classchart to access the home learning provided and have provided families with information about how to access this.

Resources

Coronavirus (COVID 19) List of free online education resources

2020 05 04 PSHE and SEMH Parent Reources

2020 03 30 Useful Learning Links for Parents

Oak National Academy is a new collection of high-quality lessons and online resources. Backed by the Government, it has been created in response to the coronavirus lockdown.

Videos 

NHS Coronavirus Information

 

TMET Channels

Page last updated-04/01/2021