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"Mini-Denmark Road" On Site

Update 5 January 2021:

We are open for the children of critical workers and, also vulnerable students during this period of school closure.

Our provision runs from 8 a.m. until 4.30 p.m.

Each week a Google Form is sent to all parents, please complete this stating the days your child will be attending. If you do not currently receive this form please contact to update your email details.

The government has defined the vulnerable children and the children of key workers here.


Please read below to find how Mini Denmark Road functions is here. We would be grateful if you and your daughter read this before attending to ensure they bring all they need with them for the day.



Preparing for the school day

Please make sure you bring all the materials you need for the day. Pens, pencils, paper.  You will also need to bring a pair of headphones with you so that you can fully engage with “live” lessons

You also need to bring your own drinks, lunch and snacks as there is no catering on site.

Please wear fresh clothes to school (i.e. ones that have recently been washed).



On arrival

Please make your way to the Sixth Form Centre.

When you enter the Sixth Form Centre please use the provided hand sanitiser.  Please sign in when you arrive and out when you leave at the end of the day.

When you arrive please take your place at one of the desks in the room allocated to your Year group. You will be based at this desk all day so may leave your things there.  Year 12 and 13 will be based in the Sixth Form IT Room, Year 11 and 10 in the Group Study Room and Years 7, 8 and 9 in the Independent Study Room.

The rooms are large and will allow you to ensure that you are working at a table or booth which is 2 metres away from other students


During the school day

You will be based in your allocated room during lessons and some break times.

If you need to move around the building please try to remain at a distance from other staff and students, ideally 2 metres (wherever possible).  When moving around the Sixth Form Centre please ensure that you are wearing a face covering.

Breaks and lunchtimes can be enjoyed in your allocated room or you can make use of the decking area outside the Sixth Form Café.

School staff will be available to help you with any problems or concerns during the day, and will check with you to ensure that you are engaging with your online lessons

Staff on duty will also use the same work station throughout the day

Each Key Stage has toilets allocated for their use during the day.  Year 12 and 13 are allocated the disabled toilet upstairs, Year 10 and 11 the girls toilets downstairs and Year 7, 8 & 9 have use of the girls toilets upstairs.

8:30 - 8:45

Directed Reading

8:45 – 9:30                      

Lesson 1                              

9:35 – 10:20

Lesson 2

10:20 – 10:50


10:50 – 11:20


11:25 – 12:10

Lesson 3

12:10 – 13:40


13:40 – 14:25

Lesson 4

14:30 – 15:15

Lesson 5

15:20 - 15:50

Directed Study




Your safety

Your teachers need to know where you are at all times, so please ask permission if you need to leave the room you are based in.

Students and staff will all need to wash their hands for 20 seconds between room moves, after break and before and after lunch. Students and staff will also need to wipe their tables using the wipes provided before break and lunch.  If you can’t use soap and water to wash your hands there is sanitiser available.

As you leave at the end of the day please wipe down your table and use hand sanitiser after signing out.  The rooms, desks, computers are cleaned daily.

Tissues are provided. If you feel a sneeze coming on please use a tissue to catch it and bin it immediately, then go and wash your hands. If you can’t get to a tissue, sneeze into your elbow, then go and wash your hands.


When you leave

Please make sure you take all your belongings with you and wipe the table space you have been working at.

Also make sure that you sign out.

When you get home we strongly recommend you wash your hands. Your parents may also want you to change your clothes so they can be washed.