COVID-19 Response

Please find our latest risk assessment here and Addendum 1 to Risk Assessment which takes effect from 1 April 2022.

Please read below for information on how to access remote learning


The Academy Selsey are following the advice of Public Health England (PHE) which can be found on the PHE website.

We continue to emphasise with both staff and pupils the importance of hand washing and hygiene, in line with the guidance about how best to prevent the spread of infection. We are taking opportunities to reinforce these messages regularly and to encourage staff and pupils to wash their hands at regular points throughout the school day.

The Department for Education has launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 related to education. Staff, parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows:

For pupils attending school during COVID 19

In addition to the established roles, responsibilities and expectations of school staff and pupils, the following expectations are in place and sanctions will be upheld.

  • Staff and pupils will adhere to the social distancing requirements if these are in place.

  • Staff and pupils will take every precaution to reduce the risk of virus transmission by regularly washing hands, using hand sanitiser and keeping work areas clean, making use of the cleaning materials provided.

For pupils accessing remote learning

  • Staff and pupils will continue to implement the expectations of safe Internet usage stated within the E-safety policy.

  • Use of inappropriate language within the Google classroom will result being removed from session and a telephone call home to discuss future use.

  • Use of threatening, aggressive language and behaviours within the Google classroom towards staff from either pupils or families will result in immediate access denied and a requirement from parents/carers to collect a paper copy of work set from the office weekly.

  • Any use of racist, homophobic, discriminatory, or bullying language/behaviour within the Google classroom will result in immediate access denied and a requirement from parents/carers to collect a paper copy of work set from the office weekly.

Wellbeing Support

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The Wellbeing of all our students is important to us. If you have any concerns and want someone from school to contact, please click on the button and complete basic details and someone will get back to you, as soon as possible.

Chichester Wellbeing is a FREE service available to anyone aged 18 or over who live and/or work within Chichester District. 1-1 telephone or video consultations are available for anyone who would like advice and support with healthy eating and weight management, pre-diabetes, alcohol consumption, smoking cessation, emotional wellbeing and stress awareness both at home and at work (including working from home), as well as a home energy advice service which specifically supports those suffering from fuel poverty (choosing whether to eat or heat their home) and debt. We take a holistic approach and can provide support across a variety of other issues related to wellbeing. 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic have highlighted the need to be as fit and healthy as possible and Chichester Wellbeing are here to assist you on your journey and can help you make small changes to achieve big improvements to your health and wellbeing.

If you feel that you or someone that you know would benefit from this service you can reach the Wellbeing team on 01243 521041 or email