School Updates during the COVID-19 pandemic

 

Parents should check their emails for updates from school. 

Click here for information about remote learning support for parents from Tower Hamlets Council 

 

School Updates

The following information has been sent to families giving further details:

End of Spring Term Update - 25.3.21

EYFS Bubble Closure - 25.3.21

Notice for Nursery parents - January 2021

Application for Critical Worker and Vulnerable pupil provision

January closure details - 4.1.21

Year 5 Home Learning 14.12.20

Year 5 Bubble Closure 14.12.20

Confirmed COVID-19 cases - 2.12.20

End of year plans - 1.12.20

Year 1 Bubble Closure Home Learning 26.11.20

Year 1 Bubble Closure 26.11.20

Year 6 Bubble Closure Home Learning 19.11.20

Year 6 Bubble Closure 19.11.20

Year 2 Bubble Closure Home Learning 9.11.20

Year 2 Bubble Closure 9.11.20

Confirmed COVID-19 case 20.10.20

Year 6 Bubble Closure Home Learning 15.10.20

Year 6 Bubble Closure 15.10.20

Parent update 22.9.20

Parent leaflet

Parent protocol

EYFS information

Year 1 - 5 information

Year 6 information

 

For government guidance for parents about the wider re-opening of schools, please click here

 

Risk Assessment

We have completed a full risk assessment for school opening. This is being constantly reviewed and will be updated as appropriate. Our risk assessment follows local authority, government and trade union guidelines. Click here to access the risk assessment. 

 

Should I send my child to school?

Please click here for more information about attendance, COVID-19 symptoms and self-isolating

Bubble Closures

 In the event that a bubble needs to close, all parents will be notified. Children will be expected to continue their education whilst at home. Please see the 'Home Learning' are of the website for more information. 

Hygiene

Government guidance says that the best way to prevent the spread of the virus is through good hygiene. We encourage families and children to take the following steps:

  • Washing hands regularly is the most important thing you can do! Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds. If soap is not available, use hand sanitiser. 
  • Keep your hands away from your face.
  • Cough or sneeze into a tissue. If a tissue is not available, use the crook of your elbow. 
  • Throw tissues into the bin.