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25/05/20

Our latest assembly looks at personal reflection during lockdown. In particular it focuses on Muslims who have spent the month of Ramadan reflecting on the values that underpins ones of the 5 pillars of their faith https://t.co/oHZAWTNBuv

24/05/20

Today marks the celebration of Eid'l Fitr by the Muslim community, the end of their month long fast for Ramadan. We wish all a blissful Eid'l Fitr https://t.co/gfc2GJyxPb

22/05/20

Well done to the following students for their positive improvement attempts https://t.co/dj2e2nalsJ

22/05/20

3030 Essex is back for June 2020! A month dedicated to moving! So get your resource pack downloaded, your trainers out and the bike tyres pumped! Head over to https://t.co/Y1DLy23idt and get involved! https://t.co/RuaehhdRVG

22/05/20

Lets start Friday morning off with a - can you get it? https://t.co/gSmxGp1LmK

21/05/20

A huge well done to the following top students for completing the most unique skills https://t.co/8au8R9LzKa

21/05/20

Here is a helpful little checklist to structure your day to support your home learning and wellbeing! https://t.co/qQNWvBkeED https://t.co/hYhHyrZyEx

21/05/20

Here is Thursday's for you to have a go at! Can you get the answer? https://t.co/lSw1jWwBih

20/05/20

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20/05/20

Well done to the following students for spending the most hours completing memri quizzes! https://t.co/ikpuNKckj6

20/05/20

Why don't you have a go at Wednesday's below? https://t.co/OoCFOjiik8

19/05/20

A huge well done to our top learners for answering the most questions correctly https://t.co/2X6oxwEDJT

19/05/20

Here is Tuesdays great - can you get the answer? https://t.co/ym6M4czOJ9

19/05/20

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If your child finds it difficult to talk about their feelings, here are some conversation starters that you can use. https://t.co/excdDI11AD

19/05/20

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📣#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek has begun!😊Join us this week as we talk about why to our mental health. 🌎"We chose kindness because of its singular ability to unlock our shared humanity. It strengthens relationships, develops community & deepens solidarity."💚 https://t.co/jHt8pItdx4

18/05/20

Well done to our top learners spending the most time learning skills! https://t.co/II954t8wi2

18/05/20

Here's Monday morning's ! Can you get the answer? https://t.co/flBklihbd2

18/05/20

Get involved in this week's challenge from the PE department involving a toilet roll! Send your videos in to news.org.uk so we can compile a lockdown video with staff, students and families giving it a go! https://t.co/1wVhrjyg1h https://t.co/aJ4BWOCOcl

15/05/20

Well done to our highest achieving students with the most quizzes completed with 100% last week! https://t.co/xouHUeQCUF

15/05/20

Have a go at our challenge from the Maths department. Can you beat Mr. Crawford's time? Get the whole family involved! Send your videos to news.org.uk https://t.co/f30rRxC0MP https://t.co/zBE53DNFCe

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Fire Evacuation

If there is a suspected fire, the fire alarm system will be activated. The Academy will be evacuated to the lawn at the front of the Academy. All personnel will leave to this area via the nearest fire exit.  Fire drills will be held each term.

Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans (PEEPS) have been put in place to ensure the safety of wheelchair users and those with specific mobility issues (such as a broken leg) during a fire alarm. These are documented in full in the Health and Safety policy.

Fire Alarms

The evacuation alarm is a continuous sound. If a loud noise sounds, staff must assume it is a fire alarm. The signal is a continuous ring.

Abuse of the alarm system is to be considered as a serious offence and such incidents will be dealt with in a serious manner.

Fire Extinguishers

Fire extinguishers are provided throughout The Academy. These should only be used by trained staff. Extinguishers will not be used if the safety of a member of staff is threatened or by doing so would threaten the safety of others. Extinguishers in workshops are of a suitable type for the potential risk of fire, e.g. CO2 for electrical.

Fire Doors

The Academy and Sixth Form are fitted with adequate fire-resistant doors. They are designed to slow down the spread of fire and smoke throughout the building. All fire doors should never be propped or tied open or obstructed.

Fire Exits

Fire Exits are clearly marked throughout The Academy and Sixth Form. They must never be blocked, locked, or used for any kind of storage. Exit for everyone should always be via the nearest fire exit.

Emergency Evacuation Procedures

Students should:

  • Walk safely out of the nearest fire exit.
  • Line up at the designated places at the front of the Academy as directed by members of staff. Ensure Social Distancing is upheld throughout.
  • Stand on the triangles on the grass in total silence
  • Answer clearly to the register
  • When entering back into the academy, follow the one-way system