We will regularly update this page with information as the national context changes or new information needs to be shared.
School Closure: Spring 1
The school will be open to critical worker and vulnerable pupils only. All other pupils will access remote learning.
Dear Parents and Carers,
On 30 December 2020 the government announced that in order to help contain the community transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19), some restrictions to primary education settings would be required in certain areas under the education contingency framework.
On the 1st January the government announced that the education contingency framework will be implemented across all London boroughs, following a further review of the transmission rates.
The contingency framework is being implemented across London as a last resort to help supress the spread of the virus in the community, protect public health and save lives. The framework is not being implemented due to safety concerns in education. This means that our school is currently only open to critical worker and vulnerable pupils, all other pupils are accessing learning at home under our Remote Learning Policy. For those children accessing school the following times apply:
|Nursery & Reception||EYFS Gate||9:15am||3:15pm|
|Year 1 and 2||Front Gate||9:05am||3:20pm|
|Year 3 and 4||Main Gate||8:55am||3:30pm|
|Year 5 and 6||Main Gate||8:55am||3:30pm|
In line with our Remote Learning Policy, we are providing access to a range of home learning resources to ensure continued education and it is essential children complete their daily tasks . The resources can be accessed via the school website and in KS2, also via Google Classroom. A timetable is provided for you to follow at home. Class teachers will be making calls to check in on progress and offer learning support. Families who do not have access to suitable technology to view resources should request a paper pack which can be picked up from the school office. We are pleased to share that the government have allocated a number of devices to the school for disadvantaged pupils who do not have access to technology. The school are using the outcomes from the Autumn term technology survey to support in identifying priority families who will be contacted in the coming week.
Please don’t forget our reading library is open in order that home reading books can be changed. Please call the school office if you wish to access this provision in order that social distancing can be maintained.
Vouchers have now been allocated to families eligible for free school meals and contact made for collection times.
Please do take a look at additional resources available on this page for additional information regarding the school, local and national context.
My thanks to all parents and learners for their patience and calmness during these challenging times. Please do contact the school office if we can be of support to you or you have any questions.
Stay safe and well.
Mr Stephen O’Brien