"I have come that you might have life and have it to the full". John 10:10
The Open Evening for entrance to Year 7 in September 2022 will take place on Wednesday 29th September 2021 between 5pm – 8pm.
Headteacher Talks will be held at 5:15pm, 6:15pm & 7:15pm.
Although bookings are not required, the Headteacher Talks will be limited to 250 visitors per talk in order to arrange seating and to keep our community safe (please do wear a mask if you feel comfortable). Tickets will be distributed upon arrival and once the talk is full visitors will be offered a school tour while waiting for the next available talk. In order to limit numbers we are kindly asking parents to only attend the open evening if you currently have a child in Year 6. We advise arriving earlier in the evening even if you are planning to attend the 7.15pm talk. The evening will end at 8pm.
Please note that there is no on-site parking at Ada Lovelace and the surrounding residential areas of the school site will become very congested. We ask you to visit the school by walking or using public transport in order to reduce congestion and to respect the rights of our local residents.
During this period when more students and staff may need to stay at home, we want to enable you to continue accessing lessons, revision material and other resources as much as possible. These links will take you to these systems:
Staff & Student Email - https://outlook.com/twyfordacademies.org.uk
Copia E-Learning - https://twyfordacademies.sharepoint.com/
Go4Schools - https://go4schools.com/
ParentPay – https://parentpay.com/
Further information about our remote education provision is available here.
The school is currently conducting learning online for most pupils as per the government's latest guidance (see DFE guidance).
The school governors have approved the school’s risk assessment which has been undertaken to minimise risks to all students and staff on return to school. The school has also produced a set of frequently asked questions to help explain some of the steps in more detail.
The school's updated Risk Assessment can be found here. The Trust’s overall Risk Assessment can be found here and an Annexe to the Behaviour Policy summarising the behaviour expectations of students during the period of recovery from the Covid-19 epidemic, can be found on the last page of the Behaviour Policy.
Links to Copia e-Learning and other online tools, which we continue to use to support the curriculum, are provided at the top of this page.
Bishop Sarah visited Ada Lovelace CofE High School on Tuesday 13th October.
Find out what the Twyford Trust is doing to address racial inequality.