During this most challenging of time, please see the attached information provided to support you and your family.
The school will reopen for all year groups from September.
For more information on the Full reopening of schools please click on the following link:
Advice to parents can be found via:
The following communications have been shared with the school community to keep them aware of the on-going situation. These communications include helpful advice, support and information.
Home Learning packs are sent out weekly and are available to download from the school website under the Children > Home Learning Tab.
The school has a duty of care to protect its pupils. The following information is available to support parents with ensuring their child(ren) stay safe online and to support the school in continuing to fulfil this duty of care.
The following document may be of use in supporting your child and yourself at this time.
The AfC info website is being constantly updated with information and resources to support children, young people and families during the Coronavirus pandemic: www.afcinfo.org.uk/kr-covid19
The risk of domestic violence has increased substantially since lockdown. Please be aware that services across Richmond are operating and links to information are below and the documents will also be available on the school website..
Richmond schools - Information for those who are experiencing domestic abuse
The following resources have been produced for schools by our local Central London Community Care Trust. This are:
A leaflet entitled ‘Advice for Parents during Coronavirus’
A Primary School Information Leaflet on how to prioritise all aspects of health, both mental and physical with simple tips which might help to guide you through your child’s day whilst being indoors
A booklet for children about Coronavirus
Thrive is a therapeutic approach to help support children with their emotional and social development.
The Thrive approach offers practical strategies and techniques to support children’s emotional development and well-being.
To support us through this time, Thrive have put together some activities to support healthy social and emotional development through creativity, art and play for our pupils.