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Beaumont Hill Academy

Our school is a specialist provider for children with special educational needs aged 2 - 19. Children who attend this school will usually have a Statement of Educational Need or an Education, Health and Care Plan.

Message for parents/carers of pupils attending: Haughton Academy – Springfield Academy – Gurney Pease Academy – Beaumont Hill Academy – Marchbank Free School

The Government rules on self-isolation are set to change next week.

From Monday 17 January 2022, people who are self-isolating with Covid-19 will be able to reduce their isolation period after 5 full days, if they test negative on a lateral flow device (LFD) on both day 5 and day 6 of their isolation period and they do not have a temperature.

For pupils, this means that from Monday, if they are self-isolating because of Covid-19, they can take a test on the morning of day 5 of their self-isolation period and the morning of day 6, and if both tests are negative, they can return to school immediately on day 6.

The Government recommends that the first test must be taken no earlier than day 5 of the self-isolation period and the second must be taken the following day.  All tests should be reported to NHS Test and Trace.

If either test is positive, pupils should continue to self-isolate until they get negative results from two LFD tests on consecutive days, or until they have completed 10 full days of self-isolation, whichever is the earlier.

If pupils are unable to take LFD tests, or they are still symptomatic (e.g. they have a temperature), they will need to complete the full 10-day period of self-isolation.

We will continue to monitor the Government's guidelines and will update you on any changes.  For further information please follow the link:

New, temporary measures have been introduced by the Government in response to the new Omicron variant of coronavirus.  Guidance for schools and academies has been updated, and in line with this guidance, our top priority continues to be the delivery of face-to-face, high quality education to all pupils.

The following arrangements are in place from January 2022:

The Trust will maintain control measures by:

Other measures may also be in place in specific settings, such as one-way systems for circulation around the building and staggered timings for lessons, breaks and lunchtimes. We continue to take the health and safety of our pupils, staff and visitors very seriously, and we thank you for your ongoing support.

Further Government guidance can be found at


We are committed to dealing with any concerns/ complaints you may have about your child’s education as quickly and effectively as possible.

If you have a concern/ complaint please do not hesitate to contact us on 01325 248136 or,so that your concern/ complaint can be forwarded to the correct member of staff.

The person dealing with your concern/ complaint will contact you, in a timely manner, to discuss your concerns further.

Leaders and Governors are committed to resolving your concerns/ complaints to your satisfaction.

Adrian Lynch

Principal of Beaumont Hill Academy