Ryde Academy to welcome back 140 Year 10 students this week

The Academy has been open for vulnerable pupils and children of key workers, but will welcome back Year 10s on Tuesday

Ryde Academy arrows and lines on floor for social distancing

Ryde Academy are looking forward to welcoming their Year 10 pupils back to school tomorrow (Tuesday).

A spokesperson for the school said,

“We have missed them and they have told us how much they have missed the school community. 

“Since the beginning of lockdown we have had 30-45 key workers’ and vulnerable students in school including during both the holidays.

“Numbers are currently about 50 students. They have been taking part in lessons and a range of activities.”

welcome back sign

140 Year 10s returning
On Tuesday (16th June) Ryde Academy are expecting 140 Year 10s – almost 75% of parents/carers are sending their child back to school – who will be returning on a part-time basis.

This film was produced to show the students and their parents/carers the measures that have been put in place to help keep them safe.

Monday, 15th June, 2020 12:13pm


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