Information for Parents'
Welcome to our Parents' Information page.
The focus at REACH is to support our students, together with their families, to reach their full potential and enable them to achieve by developing positive behaviours, attitudes and aspirations
Our regular newsletters and communication through the website and Twitter (@ap_reach) keep parents and carers in the loop on a day-to-day basis
COVID-19 and young people in England - Letter to parents
Parental Consent for Testing in School
How to do your home test
Advice for Parents
NHS Test and Trace Letter
Medical Exemption - Face Masks
School Uniform Shop
Our school uniform consists of a t-shirt or polo shirt and a sweatshirt, with the school logo. GCSE PE students have an additional t-shirt.
All students are provided with a uniform set when they first start at REACH School
If you wish to purchase additional school uniform, please click the link below.
Uniform can be purchased via bank transfer or in cash when the order has been placed.
AUTUMN TERM 2021
Term Starts: Thursday 2nd September 2021
(Thursday 2nd & Friday 3rd September are staff training days, no students required to attend.
Monday 6th September: students return to school for LFD testing.
Half Term: Monday 25th October 2021 to Friday 29th October 2021
Term Ends: Friday 17th December 2021
SPRING TERM 2022
Term Starts: Tuesday 4th January 2022
Half Term: Monday 21st February 2022 to Friday 25th February 2022
Term Ends: Friday 8th April 2022
SUMMER TERM 2022
Term Starts: Monday 25th April 2022
Half Term: Monday 30th May 2022 to Friday 3rd June 2022
Term Ends: Friday 22 July 2022
Other staff training days:
Thursday 4th November 2021
Friday 26th November 2021
Wednesday 2 February 2022
Friday 27th May 2022
Staying Safe Online
How to keep your child safe whilst working online
Common Sense Media aims to make the digital world work better for children and to ensure a healthy internet for all.
Common Sense Media reviews books, movies, TV shows, video games, apps, music, and websites and rates them for parents making media choices for their children.
Letters to Parents and Carers
Please see below for information letters that are sent home to parents/carers
Our REACH newsletter is produced termly and is an excellent way of keeping up to date with what our students have been involved in at school.
Summer Term 2021 Newsletter
Support and Information
As children get older and more independent, issues that affect them can be harder to spot and deal with. Learning about potential dangers can give you the knowledge and skills to act if there is a problem. It could also help keep your child safe by preventing problems before they happen.
Please click the button below to find out more.