Pupils & facilities at The Maelor School

Update 31/10 Next week arrangements

Update 31/10 Next week arrangements(Posted on 31/10/20)

Update Re The Maelor School – Wales National Lockdown 31/10/20


Firstly I’d like to thank all of our parents and carers for their support during a difficult first half term back at school this year, the following sets out our expectations and systems in light of the ongoing Welsh National Lockdown.


Years 9,10,11, 12 and 13.

The Welsh lockdown prevents these pupils from attending school next week, we look forward to seeing them the week after. We expect each pupil to complete activities prescribed as per their normal timetable. Pupils should access their google classroom code when they would normally be doing the lesson and they will find the work available.

These can be found here:- https://www.maelorschool.org.uk/online-learning/

Learning activities will be set for every single lesson they would normally be in and they should follow their normal timetable as far as they physically can whilst at home. These learning activities will be a mixture of written/typed work, project work, online tasks, pre-recorded explanations and some live lessons through Teams when appropriate.

Where live lessons are used they will be recorded for those who are unable to access them at the time, please ensure that you read the online learning agreement before accessing live lessons.


Years 7 and 8.

Year 7 and 8 should attend school as normal (the year 7 isolation due to our positive case has now expired). Normal lessons will take place in school, this work therefore, will not appear online.

Year 7 will have access to the canteen food if they wish (year 8 too as they have been using it for a while now), meals are booked in morning registration and pupils require the money on their “parent pay” accounts.



Buses will run as normal next week, we will of course discount the cost for yrs 9-13 but please be patient with us as this is a time consuming task.


Lastly please contact us in the usual way if you are having any difficulties and a reminder that pupils should not attend school with covid symptoms

Simon Ellis