Wolverhampton City Restrictions

The Academy is monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and its impact, and doing all we can to stay safe and reassure our staff and students. This statement will be regularly updated as the latest advice from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), World Health Organisation (WHO), DfE, Public Health England (PHE) and other sources becomes available.

Statement March 2021

Welcome back to all our staff and pupils

In line with the Government’s ‘roadmap’ St Francis and St Clare Catholic Multi Academy Company schools reopened to all pupils from 8th March with additional health and safety control measures in place. 

There are overwhelming advantages for pupils being in school and we thank all families, staff and pupils for their support in following the guidance and protocols in place to help keep our schools and communities open and safe.

Should your child be isolating or shielding during term time, please ensure that your school knows so that they can arrange remote learning for your child.

Wishing you a safe, inspirational and happy return to face-to-face education.

Best wishes,

All at St Francis and St Clare Catholic MAC

We understand that the outbreak of COVID-19 can create worry and distress for our students and families. These feelings are normal and it’s important we acknowledge them and remind each other to look after our physical and mental health. There are many things that we can do to support and manage our wellbeing during these times.

To find out more visit out Supporting your wellbeing page: http://www.sfscmac.co.uk/supporting-your-wellbeing/

Links to social media guides for the UK Safer Internet Centre and NetAware/NSPCC can be found below, offering a wealth of resources on the use of a range of social media platforms.




For the latest NHS information and advice about coronavirus (COVID-19) from the NHS please click the link below: