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LATEST INFORMATION/LETTERS TO PARENTS

Dear Parent / Carer

Face coverings

Your child must come to school with a face covering and this is to be worn at all times when inside the building including in lessons. The government will review this on the 26th January. Whilst we have small supply in school it is important that your child comes to school with a face covering along with tissues and hand sanitiser.

Isolation

If your child does have a positive LFT then they need to take a PCR test as before. You must inform the school with the date of the positive result. The isolation period is now 7 days and your child should take a LFT on day six and seven, if those are both negative then your child can return to school.

https://www.tes.com/magazine/news/general/new-covid-rules-what-you-need-know

Home Learning

If your child is at home isolating they will be expected to keep up with their learning using the lesson resources on Google Classroom. We may be faced with a situation this term where students will be sent home due to high level of cases or staff absence. Should this be the case we are set up to deliver the curriculum through a blended learning approach which may mean some students in school and some at home following live lessons.

We will go through this again with your child and ensure they have all their passwords for Google Classroom. They should regardless of COVID be logging onto their Google Classroom each day to access homework and lesson resources. On the website under curriculum you can find all the schemes of learning along with additional home learning activities so you are fully aware of what is being taught and when.

I trust you are well and safe and if you need any support or further advice do contact the school. I will circulate this term’s dates for my Headteacher’s Surgery when you can come to see me without appointment.

Please check the website regularly for updates and further information.

Yours sincerely

Mr N Langham

Headteacher

 

Please click here to see our Autumn Newsletter

Please click here to see letter from Metropolitan Police to all parents

Please click links below to access new information from the Government regarding the vaccination programme for young people.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-vaccination-resources-for-schools/covid-19-vaccination-programme-for-children-and-young-people-guidance-for-schools

Covid 19 vaccination guide for Children and Young People

COVID-19 testing update from Tower Hamlets

We are asking that anyone over the age of 11-years-old who lives, works, or learns in Tower Hamlets has a PCR test for COVID-19.   

This includes people who do not have any symptoms, people who have been vaccinated and people who have recently had a negative LFT (‘rapid’ test).  

We are opening more testing sites for people to get tested or collect home test kits. Some of these will be temporary, all of them will offer walk-in testing, with no appointment necessary. 

In addition to doing your one-off PCR test, we ask that you continue with regular rapid tests and follow the usual guidance if you have symptoms. 

More information can be found at www.towerhamlets.gov.uk/gettested or you can call the council’s helpline on 020 7364 3030 from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. 


Why is more testing being made available?

Tower Hamlets has one of the lowest COVID-19 testing rates in London and we need your help to change it. 

Testing finds COVID-19 cases and stops further spread, because people can self-isolate (stay at home) when they know they are positive. 

This protects everyone. 

With more social restrictions easing from Monday 17 May, more people will be coming into contact with each other, meaning it is important that everyone is taking regular tests - whether they have symptoms or not.


Where to get tested

We are opening more testing sites for people to get tested or collect home test kits. Some of these are temporary but will help us understand what testing options meet the needs of residents. All sites offer walk-in testing. 

Additional testing sites if you have no symptoms (opening from Monday 17 May): 

  • Whitehorse Lane, corner of Mile End Road, London, E1 4LR (opposite Stepney Green tube station) 
  • Tesco Superstore, Hancock Road, Bow, E3 3DA (left hand car park as enter) 
  • Bethnal Green Road end of Weavers Field, near Oxford House, Derbyshire Street, E2 6HG 
  • Chrisp Street Idea Store, East India Dock Road, E14 6BT 
  • Island Health, 145 East Ferry Road, E14 3BQ (near Asda Superstore) 
  • South side of Limehouse Station, 244 Ratcliffe Lane, E14 7JE 

Existing testing sites can now be accessed whether you have symptoms or not: 

  • Idea Store Watney Market, 260 Commercial Street, E1 2FB 
  • Jack Dash House, 2 Lawn House Close, E14 9YQ 
  • Ecology Pavilion, Grove Road, Bow, E3 5TW 

In addition to walk-in testing, you can book an appointment for a Covid-19 test by calling 119 or online www.nhs.uk/coronavirus. Appointments will be given at one of the above existing test sites. 

Visit www.towerhamlets.gov.uk/gettested for the latest information on testing options, locations and opening times. 

If anyone in your household is waiting on a Covid test result, please do not come to the school until negative result has been given.

Thank you.

 

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