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In line with Government guidance schools fully re-open to pupils on Monday 8th March 2021 and all pupils will revert to their normal timetables.

In the period of further closure or if any pupil needs to self isolate, FUEL have full remote learning in place and pupils accessing remote learning for any period they are not in school should follow their normal in school timetable. They will be taught through Microsoft Teams and via FUEL student zone, your child will have had training on this whilst at school.

This sections of the website aims to offer support and guidance during these difficult times. Links to the latest guidance are available below.

Pupil Quick Links to Learning

All pupils have used our learning portals within school and should know their login details, if for any reason, they cannot recall these, please contact us either via phone on 0115 9609139 or via e-mail at parenthelp@fueleducation.org.uk. Your child can also contact us for any help by e-mail at studenthelp@fueleducation.org.uk 

There are also quick links below to our two learning portals which provides further online work set by their teachers. We have also left the links to National Academy and BBC Bitesize for additional learning activities.


Your child is expected to follow their in school timetable and be logged onto Teams ready for lessons at the time they would attend school.






We ask all parents and carers that have been offered a school place to remain vigilant and help us to keep our community safe. Please do not send your children into school should they or a member of your household develop any COVID-19 symptoms as listed below.

The symptoms are:

  • A high temperature (37.8 degrees and above)

  • A new, continuous cough

  • a loss of, or change in, your normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia)

  • The full stay at home guidance for households with these symptoms can be found here:                                                                  https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-stay-at-home-guidance

Should your child develop any symptoms, we will send you a link in order to book a COVID test, if he/she does test positive, they will need to self-isolate for at least 10 days, please also see a link to updated guidance on what this also means for your household should a positive test be received.



Help & Information

During these challenging times, we put together some useful quick links to help services. These will remain on our site and we will endeavour to update these with any new updates on services which may become available.

We appreciate this may be a worrying time for you/your family and are aware that we may all be presented with some challenges over this period.


Below are links to a variety of documents including helplines/services that will be able to offer support to you and your family advice on online safety and any updates / information from FUEL.