What is this document for, and what will it tell me? Following the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the UK government has decided that the Summer 2021 examination series will not go ahead as planned. Instead, teachers will determine your grades, based upon a range of evidence verified by your school or college. These results will then be reviewed by the exam boards who designed each course, before awarding the final grades which reflect your performance on content you have been taught, and allow you to confidently progress to the next stage of your education or into employment.
Congratulations if your son/daughter has been given a place at Bosworth Academy.
We are currently working on the new intake and will communicate further details to you about how to apply for a school bus soon. Keep checking back here for updated information.
Dear Parents and carers
When more adults and children are working from home, we sometimes discover that our current package isn’t enough to support everyone accessing the internet, and some providers are offering support for broadband access.
If you are interested in finding out more from some providers please click this link: Broadband offer
People living in Desford and its surrounding villages are set to benefit from fresh investment into local football facilities. Bosworth Academy has been awarded a grant from the Premier League, The FA and Government’s Football Foundation, to install a new full size, floodlit artificial grass pitch with a target date of September 2021, for this to be available for use.
The Football Foundation is the UK’s largest sports charity and exists to improve the experience of playing football for everyone, by championing fair access to quality facilities.
This grant will enable Bosworth Academy to provide high quality PE, football training and competitive match experiences to its students and football clubs within the local community. The facility will enable Partner Club Desford FC, an FA Charter Standard Club with over 25 teams, to give its 450 members the chance to play and train each week at this new fit for purpose facility.
Players will be able to enjoy playing on a better quality artificial pitch, providing space for more teams to be able to train and the club to continue to grow and develop, offering more opportunities. Additional funding to improve the existing grass pitches, will result in a significant improvement on the existing grass pitches that are prone to waterlogging and in need of improvement.
Bosworth Academy and Desford FC with the help of a number of partners worked with the Football Foundation and Leicestershire & Rutland County FA to secure a £533,948 grant towards the project.
Simon Goodman, Chairman, Desford Football Club said: “Desford Football Club and Bosworth Academy have been working in partnership for a number of years to bring to fruition the plan for a new full size, floodlit artificial pitch. The pitch will be a fantastic asset for both the Club and the Academy, supporting both our ambitions to see football flourish within local communities. We look forward to seeing the project completed and further developments in years to come.”
Robert Sullivan, Chief Executive of the Football Foundation, said: “This grant award to Bosworth Academy towards developing a new state of the art football training and match facility is great news for the local community.
“It will support people’s ability to play our national game locally and therefore help unlock football’s many benefits to physical and mental wellbeing. That’s why we’re committed to transforming the face of grassroots football facilities in this country. It’s therefore very welcome news to hear that this funding will support Bosworth Academy and Desford FC in developing opportunities for all of the local community to be involved in grassroots football for the benefit of the local community.
“The Football Foundation is working closely with our partners – the Premier League, The FA, government and Sport England – to support facility development projects like this across the country over the next decade to transform our grassroots game and unlock the power of pitches.”
For more information, please contact Chris Ripley email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Edenred vouchers for parents and carers of students in receipt of Free School Meals have now been made for the week commencing 18.1.21.
Parents should now be receiving their email e-codes. Please be advised that this can take up to 4 days, however in most cases it should arrive with you sooner.
Any queries regarding these vouchers should be notified to us using the dedicated email address email@example.com.
Dear parents and carers
If your child is currently in receipt of Free School Meals, a £30 voucher per student covering W/C 4/1/21 and W/C 11/1/21 has been issued on 05/01/2021 using the same method as the Winter voucher ( the Government Edenred scheme).
Please access this voucher from the Edenred system in the same way you did for the Christmas break.
If you are experiencing any difficulties, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The government has issued vouchers for parents and carers of students who receive free school meals to cover the Christmas break.
A host of information is available for Parents/carers and can be found at https://www.edenred.co.uk/reward-recipients/Free-School-Meal-Vouchers/ and https://www.edenred.co.uk/Documents/Select/clients/SelectGrocery_FSM_ParentCarerFAQs.pdf
Or for email queries: email@example.com
There will be a dedicated SCHOOL email address for enquiries regarding the Edenred Christmas voucher issue. The dedicated email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
This will be monitored at regular intervals throughout the school holiday to try to resolve any concerns as quickly as possible. If concerns cannot be resolved they will be logged to be picked up by the school on re-opening on the 4th January 2021.
Wishing you all a safe and Merry Christmas
The First Student Fundraising Event – Thursday 17th December
Wear A Sports Shirt/Sporty Top Day
Students may choose to come to school in a Sports shirt, Sporty top or Sports Club hoody on this day and will be asked to contribute a minimum of £1 towards our goal.
This is not a non-school uniform day and so students would be expected to wear their school uniform with the only exception being they can wear a sporty top rather than their shirt/blouse and tie and jumper or blazer.
Existing rules on shoes, jewellery, and clothing suitable for school must be followed and school lanyards must be worn.
This event has £4£ matching up to the first £1,000 raised. This means that for every £1 that you donate; £2 is raised for the pitch.
How to donate to this event
Payments can be made via your child’s sQuid account.
- Click Here to log into your sQuid account
- Click on the Offers available in the Trips and Offers purse
- Add the Kick off the Fundraising and Pitch In to your basket
- Click on Change Amount and enter your donation amount (minimum £1) and then save and checkout.
Friends of Bosworth Academy
Due to Covid 19 restrictions we cannot allow students to collect their certificates in the way they normally would.
All collections are to be made from the canteen doors where staff will be waiting to hand certificates out.
Please queue remembering to socially distance yourself and you must use a mask when arriving at the school.
We therefore request that they are collected as follows;
Surnames beginning with A through to M collect on this day:
Tuesday December 15th.
- Surname beginning with A to D collect at 9:15am
- Surname beginning with E to I collect at 9.45am
- Surname beginning with J to M collect at 10:15am
Surnames beginning with N through to Z collect on this day:
Wednesday December 16th
- Surname beginning N to Q collect at 9:15am
- Surname beginning R to U collect at 9.45am
- Surname beginning V to Z collect at 10:15am