Home Learning

Home Learning Expectations

When pupils are not in school due to them isolating, work will be posted to them on Show My Homework and will follow their school timetable for that day. It is expected that if pupils are fit and well they will complete this work and post it back to their teacher on Show My Homework. This work will appear as classwork (red) rather than homework (green).

The tasks that being set are designed to match the work pupils in school are doing. As a result, we strongly recommend that pupils complete it on the day it is set. This way they will keep up to date and get most benefit out of the activities.


Letter from The Headteacher

21 September 2020 Update

Dear Parents of Year 11 pupils

This morning we have had two confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Year 11 year group. As a precautionary measure we are sending the whole of the Year 11 year group home to self-isolate. Over the rest of today, we will be identifying pupils who have come into close contact with these two children. It may be that we are able to invite pupils who have had no contact with them back into school shortly. We ask at this stage that all pupils self-isolate and details of return dates will follow.

Work for children at home will be set on Show my Homework following their normal timetable for the day. It is imperative that pupils check Show my Homework regularly and complete the work that is set.

You do not need to get your child tested unless they show symptoms. There is no need for anyone else in the house hold to self-isolate unless your child displays symptoms.

Thank you for your patience. Best wishes to you and your family.

Covid Symptoms


Yours sincerely

Richard Varey


11 September 2020

Dear Parent

As we have come to the end of our first full week in school, I am writing to express my gratitude for your ongoing support and to praise our wonderful youngsters for the way that they have adjusted to the new school day. Their attitude has been exemplary and we feel safe in our new way of working together. You will be aware that some local schools have had positive coronavirus test results for pupils or staff and this has led to some pupils being sent home from school. Fortunately, this has not been the case at Blessed Trinity, however we would not be surprised should there be cases in the future.


Staff have been working incredibly hard this week on our system for sending work out to pupils who are isolating at home. There are 3 scenarios in which this may happen which are outlined below.
We plan to have our work response system for each Scenario ready by Monday 21 September 2020.
If your child needs to isolate before this date, we shall arrange for work to be uploaded onto Show my Homework as previously.

Scenario 1: Individual pupils are isolating at home

When you take your child for a coronavirus-test it is really important to keep in contact with school.
As soon as you can let us know either the results of your test, or the length of time you have been told to wait for test results, we will be in contact to organise the work for your child. The work you can expect whilst in isolation will be a programme of lessons for each subject which we shall email to you. This programme will include hyperlinks to electronic resources and video clips of lessons, as well as other paper based activities.

To ensure that your child receives the work and is able to access it please ensure that:
- The email contact we have for you on our system is correct
- You let us know if your child does not have access to a suitable electronic device on which to view the content of the lessons

Scenario 2: The school informs you that a Year Group Bubble is required to work from Home.

In this event we will contact you to explain how pupils in the
affected year group can access a programme of works, which will include
streaming of live lessons.

Scenario 3: The school informs you that there will be a full Lockdown.

In this event we will contact you to explain how all pupils can access a
programme of works, which will include streaming of live lessons.

As we have had to plan for several different scenarios, we do appreciate your patience and
understanding if we have some initial teething problems.
We welcome your feedback at all times and know that, by working in partnership with you, we will
be able to support our young people in achieving their potential this academic year.

Please send any feedback to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Pupil Equipment

Just a reminder that we do require all pupils to bring their own equipment to lessons. Your child
will need

  • Pens
  • Pencils
  • Ruler
  • Eraser
  • Scientific Calculator
  • Highlighters

The Scientific Calculator we recommend is the Casio FX83GTX, or the Casio FX85GTX.

Thank you for your continued support. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have anyThank you for your continued support. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have anyconcerns. 

Yours sincerely
Richard Varey


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School Transport Policy and Guidance (Covid-19)


Bus Information September 2020

Please find the bus timetables here.

Lancashire County Council advises the wearing of face masks on its buses.

As an added caution, Blessed Trinity is planning to implement a seating plan on all school buses.This will be organised with pupils at the start of term.




A Useful Guide to Managing your Show My Homework Account so that it more organised and appears less cluttered



Keeping students safe online

Parent / Carer Online Safety Support Guide

Parent / Carer Online Radicalisation Information



Students at Blessed Trinity have access to use Microsoft Office 365 at home

Follow the link for Instructions on installing Office 365


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