Schools Planning for Tier 2 Local Restrictions


21st September 2020 


Letter from Mr Daley

Huntcliff School Tier 2 Protocols 

Risk Assessment 

School Transport Risk Assessment


What parents and carers need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

When to self-isolate and what to do

A reminder to all those travelling to school on the bus. You must wear a face covering when travelling to and from school on the school bus.

All students to bring a PLAIN mask/face covering to school with them, this must be work on the bus, for those students travelling by bus AND by all students in crowded indoor areas for example when moving from lesson to lesson or if we have a "wet" break/lunch where students are inside in larger numbers.

Masks/Face coverings are NOT to be worn in lessons.

Return to School

If your child is showing any of the suggested symptoms of COVID-19 please keep them at home, inform the school and get them tested at your earliest convenience.

You should then keep your child at home until the test results are returned.  Currently symptoms to be wary of include temperature to back and chest (not head), persistent cough and loss of smell and taste.

With regard to any other form of illness, it is at parents’ discretion whether they feel their child is well enough to attend school.

If you need to call the school re attendance please telephone 01652 648 276 and speak to our Attendance Officer Mrs Kennedy.


Defra Covid Emergency Assistance Grant Information

Informationfor Parents and Carers about schools during COVID-19 (updated 31.07.20)

17th July 2020

Behaviour for Success Policy

Behaviour for Success Policy - addendum for September 2020

14th July 2020

Support for families:  Further government support is available for families struggling as a result of coronavirus (COVID-19). If families need urgent help, they can contact their local council to find out what services are available in their area.

26th June 2020  

26th June 2020 - Letter from Mr Daley - Online learning 

On line learning - Expectations of Pupil Behaviour

Student Guide to MS Teams

Student Guide to Accessing MS Teams - "Live Events"

23rd June 2020 - Letter from Mr Daley - teething problems with MS Teams

COVID 19 - Information Leaflet for Pupils

20th MayWhole school letter from Mr Daley

Government Proposed Phased Re-opening of Schools

Options Booklet

27th Martch 2020 Letter from Mr Daley

COVID-19 School Closure Arrangements for Safeguarding and Child Protection

For the latest Information on the Coronavirus from the Dfe please see:

18th March 2020 Letter re Coronavirus, Parent Response Requested



It is with great pride and privilege that I welcome you to Huntcliff School.

Huntcliff School is situated on a pleasant site on the eastern edge of the rural town of Kirton-in-Lindsey.  Having converted to single status academy in February 2012, Huntcliff currently caters for students aged 11 to 16 years old.

Our students come, not only from Kirton itself, but also from the neighbouring towns and villages and we work extensively with our feeder primary schools to ensure a smooth transition between KS2 and KS3.

Here you will find a school that is dedicated to achieving the best possible outcomes for all its students.

Huntcliff School provides a friendly, caring environment where all students feel safe and happy to learn.

Our ambition for our school and our students is predicated on:

Outstanding teaching; Outstanding learning; Outstanding students and Outstanding outcomes

If you would like to join us and be part of our journey, then I invite you to come and visit us, where you will have the opportunity to see our school in action and talk to our fabulous staff and students about what means to be part of the Huntcliff family.

Mr Patrick Daley – Headteacher









Academy Memorandum of Association

Funding Agreement


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