Bishop David Konstant Catholic Academy Trust

St. Austin’s is one of 12 schools who form the Bishop Konstant Catholic Academy Trust. All our academies are communities where our children and young people are given a clear vision for life, a vision which is rooted in the person and teachings of Jesus Christ and which is faith to the mission of the Catholic Church.

The Trust seeks to serve all our families (Catholic and non-Catholic alike) and to work with other partners in education for the benefit of our children and young people; we are committed to working together as academies and with the wider community for the common good. In our academies, we uphold the dignity and unique human value of every person as we strive for excellence in education; gifts and talents are shared between our academies as we aim to provide the highest standards for all our children and young people, aged 3 to 19 years throughout the Trust.

Click here to visit the Bishop Konstant Catholic Academy Trust Website. http://www.bkcat.co.uk/

Urgent – School Closure

Remote online learning commences daily at 9am on Google Classroom, please see advice on operating Google Classroom  under ‘Letters to Parents’ – heading on this website.

In line with Government guidance due, school is closed to pupils except those children of critical workers and vulnerable pupils.

The Online registration form  for requests for key worker places for week commencing 25th January is now open, please submit your completed form by no later than Thursday 21st January at 2pm.

https://tinyurl.com/y2fm4ahu

All parents please complete the online Remote Learning Survey using the link below. It is essential that this form is completed if you require a loan device from school. Please complete as soon as possible.

https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=Z3_Pcs0W1E6-8MRb-0p46eAyK-F3JjFIptDUXUmsnrFURDlPVlRRVE1FUTlMUFVUV0hTUlBBRE5VVi4u

Please see important letter below from Wakefield Local Authority

Letter to Parents and Carers – 11 January 2021-Local Authority

Children who we deem to be in a priority group (which is different to Key Workers) will be contacted by school.