Coronavirus Update - May

1st May 2020

Dear Parents/Carers


The school will continue to be open only to a small number of pupils, some of whom's parents are keyworkers. This is whilst government guidance continues to be that pupils should remain at home if it is safer for them to do so. We will review this position when new guidance is received, and update you by 22nd May at the latest. You will continue to receive three welfare calls a week, one of which will be from your child’s class teacher, to support Learning at Home. Please keep checking the ‘Learning at Home’ section of our website for resources and our school YouTube channel.


With all best wishes


Joe Sieber




If you are concerned that you or a family member might have the coronavirus, you can find information here:

Below is information on the Local Offer regarding a range of services. including the coronavirus helpline if you're self-isolating and in need of support:


FAST (First Access Screening Team)


 The First Access & Screening Team (FAST) is a single point of contact or ‘front door’ for children and families services.

Telephone: 020 8356 5500 – 9am to 5pm

Telephone: Out of hours: 0208 356 2710



Disabled Children’s Service

Hackney’s Disabled Children’s Service are aware that the evolving situation may affect the ability of carers to support disabled children in coming weeks and place a strain on family resources. They are working with care providers who as an initial action parents-carers are advised to contact with any queries or concerns about provision. If your child receives support through direct payments and their regular carer is unable to provide support due to coronavirus, and you do not feel your family will be able to manage your child's care and support needs in the interim, please contact your child's social worker by phone or email.  If you cannot get through to your social worker contact the team. Phone: 020 8356 6789