School Information during COVID-19

During the COVID-19 outbreak we are aiming to make things as simple as possible for all our parents and students.

This page aims to keep you notified of the current guidance from the Government and Public Health England, as well as providing resources and links for Home Learning and ideas for looking after wellbeing and mental health during the uncertainty of the Coronavirus pandemic.

This page will be updated regularly so please keep checking back.

The Boulevard Academy would like to extend a big thank you to all our parents, students and staff for their strength, resilience and adaptability. We are very proud of our Boulevard community!

Please click here to view a November 2020 Coronavirus Quick Guide for Parents and Carers from Hull City Council.

School Reopening March 2021

We are delighted to welcome students back to the Academy from the week commencing 8th March 2021! There is some important information to be aware of before you return.

  • For the majority of students, face masks will need to be worn at all times (unless medically exempt). The Education Secretary clearly stated that ‘extending the use of face coverings to classrooms is a temporary measure until Easter, and that the government will keep it under review’. Therefore we must be rigorous with this rule- where students do not comply, parents will be contacted and may, in some cases, be asked to collect their child in order for them to continue their education from home.
  • If you have returned the COVID consent forms to the Academy, your child will be invited in for the start of their time slot to administer their COVID test during the week commencing 8th March. Students being tested will be sent their time slot via MyEd at least 24 hours in advance of their appointment. After confirming a negative result, students will join their lessons in school. Over a 2 week period, students with consent will be tested 3 times and then be given home testing kits to take home to do moving forward. Timetable of the 2 week testing period is below.

  • For students who do not have consent to have a COVID test they will return to school the day after their year group receives COVID tests. Time table below. This will be a full time return and students are expected to arrive at their normal times, through their normal gates.
  Year 11 Year 10 Year 9 Year 8 Year 7
Return Date (no COVID Test) Tuesday 9th March Tuesday 9th March Wednesday 10th March Wednesday 10th March Thursday 11th March
Start time 8:10-8:20 8:35-8:55 8:50-9:00 9:20-9:30 9:05-9:15
Entry Gate MUGA gate Airlie Street Massey Close MUGA gate Airlie/Massey
Finish Time 3:15-4:00 2:30 3:10 3:05 3:00

A special message to The Boulevard Academy Community…

July 2020

How to log on to a Google Meet on a laptop (and other technology queries)

If you are struggling to get on to a Live Lesson on Google Classroom or experiencing any technical difficulties, please look at our Virtual Learning page for Frequently Asked Questions and videos explaining Google Classroom and Show My Homework. There is also a form to submit any queries or problems that you may be experiencing.

Government Guidelines

Please find links for relevant government guidance on the Government Guidelines on Coronavirus page.


Please report any safeguarding concerns to

Stay safe in lockdown – Dear Parents/carers, please remain vigilant and follow this advice to ensure your children are safe online. Help Your Children Stay Safe Online Parent Fact Sheet

Protect your child from grooming during COVID-19:

For more information and contact details please visit our Safeguarding page.

Domestice Abuse Services Available Website
Hull Domestic Abuse Partnership (DAP) 01482 318759
Hull Women’s Aid 01482 446099
Preston Road Women’s Centre 01482 790310
ChildLine 0800 1111
Website information for young people:

Silent calls to the police – dial 999 – when the operator is on the line press 55.
No credit is needed to call the police

Wellbeing and Mental Health

There is so much support and advice available to both parents and students to help with supporting your mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19. For Wellbeing guidance and support please visit the Boulevard Academy Wellbeing Page.

If you need to speak with our Pastoral and Wellbeing team please email

Home Learning Resources

For website links to support subject specific home learning please visit our Home Learning Resources page.

There are also resources on the Pre-16 Learning Hub created by the University of York.  The Learning Hub has been created to help support KS3 and KS4 pupils with their attainment levels. There are some exciting new things for young people to get involved with which they should really enjoy and find beneficial.

Music Lessons

For those students who are currently having instrument lessons in school, Hull Music Service have set up online lessons for students to carry on their learning at home. To register for online lessons parents should follow the link on their website This will take you to an EventBrite page to register for online lessons. Staff  are creating a wide range of online resources and video tutorials so contact them using the details below if there is anything you would like them to share.



Tel:       01482 318800


Parental meetings with school

Should parents be required to have a face to face meeting with a member of staff, the meeting will take place virtually. Please click the link to view our Parents Guide to joining a Zoom Meeting: Zoom Guide for Parents

Food Banks

If your family or someone you know are in need of support with food please be in touch with the following places:

Jubilee Church Food Bank are able to support any students and families that are in desperate need of food and basic provisions. Contact Jubilee Church on 01482 328196, or Steve Whittington on 07984 174629. 

A list of Food Banks across Hull can be found here.

COVID-19 Policies

Please visit the COVID-19 Interim Policies page.