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Fullhurst Community College

Advice on School Closure, Home Learning & Coronavirus


Letter from the Principal regarding school closure - 30th June 2020 

Fullhurst Community College is closed to all students, except those that are vulnerable and / or have parents that are key workers ( as long as they are not self-isolating). If as a parent you think you are a key worker as identified in this government list and feel your child is not able to look after themselves at home they are permitted to attend school.


Risk Assessement June 2020


Home Learning

Students that are not attending have been provided with work which can be accessed through our website. Students have been told how to access this and information is included the in the letter coming home.

Year 7-10 work

Year 11 work


Government guidance and resources on Coronavirus

Specific Guidance for Parents from GOV.UK

GCSEs 2020

The government has announced further details on exams and grades regarding GCSEs 2020 :

Further details on exams and grades go to GOV.UK or watch this helpful video by Ofqual.

The exam regulator,  Ofqual and exam boards will work with teachers to provide grades to students whose exams have been cancelled this summer, following our actions to slow the spread of coronavirus.

Exam boards will be asking teachers, who know their students well, to submit their judgement about the grade that they believe the student would have received if exams had gone ahead.

To produce this, teachers will take into account a range of evidence and data including performance on mock exams and non-exam assessment – clear guidance on how to do this fairly and robustly will be provided to schools and colleges.

The exam boards will then combine this information with other relevant data, including prior attainment (how you did in your SATs), and use this information to produce a calculated grade for each student, which will be a best assessment of the work they have put in.

There will also be an option to sit an exam early in the next academic year for students who wish to.

Department for Education Coronavirus helpline 

The DfE has launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows:

Phone: 0800 046 8687
Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday)

Free School Meals information and FAQs

Letter from the principal

Frequently asked questions - guidance from the Department for Education

Information from Leicester City Council

COVID-19 - Advice and resources for parents of SEN/vulnerable students can be found on our SEND page

Public Health England have just published an easy read mental health guide, read it here.​​​​

Fullhurst Community College

Fullhurst Community College
Imperial Avenue

tel: 0116 282 4326
fax: 0116 282 5781