11:39 AM - 30 Jun 2022

A reminder that our next Head of School's Open Door session will be held on Monday 4th July 2022 from 4.30pm-6.30pm


10:21 AM - 29 Jun 2022

We have been made aware by Transport for Wales of further changes to services from 2nd July 2022 on the Cardiff Central to Radyr via City line. https://t.co/5PYq6bVJxW


22:07 PM - 24 Jun 2022

Retweetd From Welsh Government Education

Funding to buy school uniform, equipment, sports kit, kit for activities outside of school is now available for eligible learners. Apply before 30 June this year to receive this grant. Contact your local authority for further information. https://t.co/oN6ULc82OT https://t.co/taX9jrurt2


19:01 PM - 23 Jun 2022

Retweetd From BOLHS_6Form

An amazing day for some of our Year 12 students! êrydyfodol https://t.co/tjrWtXAOsB

11:40 AM - 23 Jun 2022

A reminder that tomorrow, Friday 24th June 2022 and Monday 27th June 2022 are INSET days, meaning the school will be closed to students, with the exception of those completing examinations


13:49 PM - 22 Jun 2022

Retweetd From BOLHS Science dept

Cross curricular challenge day is underway! Year 9 are building their water towers. 1m high to hold 5kg. Made possible by and . Plenty of skilled students on show! https://t.co/oyQCfKZV7x


18:19 PM - 21 Jun 2022

Retweetd From Cardiff Met Schools & Colleges Liaison Team

Congrats to students from and who 'graduated' from our first yesterday🥳🥳 We had a brilliant day welcoming you to our campuses, and hope you enjoyed your day in the life of a Uni student! https://t.co/a4IvGAFegS


10:57 AM - 21 Jun 2022

Congratulations to our new student leaders for academic year 2022-23: Savannah (President); Millie (Vice-President); Joshua (Learning); Elizabeth (Charity); Megan (Spirituality); and Evan (Wellbeing) https://t.co/golYcxrn55

13:31 PM - 17 Jun 2022

Our next civvies day will be on Thursday 23rd June 2022 in aid of . Students are encouraged to wear their favourite football shirt and bring a donation of £1. We thank you in advance for your continued support


11:55 AM - 16 Jun 2022

We have been informed by of disruption to services due to strike action on Tuesday 21st, Thursday 23rd and Saturday 25th June. Majority of services across the Wales and Borders network will be suspended. Further information is available via https://t.co/BZLQRRJkGF https://t.co/nM9W9Ie6aK

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

A coronavirus is a type of virus. The following cardinal symptoms may develop after exposure to someone who has COVID-19 infection: new continuous cough; high temperature; and/or loss of taste and/or smell. Generally, these diseases can cause more sever symptoms in those individuals with  weakened immunse system, such as older people and/or those with long-term conditions, such as diabetes, cancer and/or chronic lung disease.

COVID 'Stable' Phase of Response
COVID-19 has affected the world since March 2020. Throughout this period of time, the school has worked closely with a range of stakeholders to ensure it takes appropriate steps to help keep students and staff safe. The school has developed robust risk assessments, taking into account national legislation and guidance to ensure the control measures taken are both reasonable and proportionate.

As we enter the 'COVID stable' phase of the pandemic, it is recognised that the virus has not gone away entirely and will continue to remain with us globally. However, with coronavirus specific legal requirements no longer in place, the risks from coronavirus are now considered in the same context as other communicable disease risks, such as flu or norovirus. The school will continue to consider the mitigating steps it can take to help reduce the spread of the virus, and to help protect our students and staff. This includes additional protections for those who are more vulnerable, including the immunosuppressed or those who live with someone who is vulnerable. The school will continue to follow local and national guidance to help reduce the transmission of the virus; to contribute to improving public and staff confidence and to minimise the potential for further disruption to student's learning.

From May 2022, the school has responded to the 'Public Health Advice for Schools' checklist to ensure it considers the potential steps it could take to reduce the risk of transmission. However, from this date, the checklist replaces the 'Local COVID-19 infection control decision making framework'. As a result, the school will no longer be publishing its risk assessment with tiered levels of response to COVID-19 transmission rates.

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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Date  
COVID-19 'Public Health Advice' Checklist 09th May 2022 Download