Welcome to St Luke's Church of England School, in Exeter. Where our values of being inclusive, giving hope, showing respect, taking responsibility and achieving your best underpin our overall vision of enabling every student to live life to the full.
Ted Wragg COVID-19 Statement
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We have been advised that there has been a further confirmed case of Covid-19 within our school. This case is linked to the previous year 8 case, as both affected individuals are siblings. The year 7 student who has now received a positive test result has been away from school and self-isolating, in line with the government guidelines. Public Health England have advised that due to the circumstances, 66 students in year 7, identified as having been in close contact with the affected individual, must now stay at home and self-isolate for 7 days, until Friday 23 October. Remaining staff, pupils, parents and carers of other year groups have also been notified of the situation.
Our thoughts are with the family at this incredibly tough time and the school are doing everything possible to support them.
We are so proud of how our school community have dealt with this calmly and professionally, minimising disruption and how our families have communicated and followed guidelines in these unprecedented times.
The health, safety and wellbeing of all of our staff and young people is our absolute priority. We have put extensive measures in place to mitigate against the risk of transmission. We will continue to monitor the situation, working closely with Public Health England.
The school has implemented home learning methods through our parallel curriculum to ensure that those students who have been sent home are able to continue their learning by using all resources available, and to support parent/carers and pupils during this time.
Please be assured that the Ted Wragg Trust is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all of its pupils and staff and are following guidance from Public Health England, to ensure that our school communities and those around them are best protected.