Coronavirus Update 12th June
Please read this letter from Lambeth Authority about returning to school.
Please read this letter from Mr Farrell regarding an important update with the school bubbles.
We have made a short video for our Year R children who are returning next week: https://vimeo.com/428460343
And here is a letter from Miss Alleman to help explain the new routines: Letter from Miss Alleman
Wider school reopening update - please read this letter from Mr Farrell with further updates as the school continues to reopen on alternate weeks for Years R, 1 and 6.
Please read this letter from Mr Farrell about how school is reopening on alternate weeks starting from 8th June (group A) or 15th June (group B), initially for Years 1 and 6.
Parents of Years 1 and 6 children will have received a text to say which week and which 'bubble' your child is in - please contact the school if you have not: Letter from Mr Farrell
Please contact the school if you are unsure about your child's start date and time.
We have made a short video to explain how things will be different for our year 1 and 6 children who are returning over the next two weeks: https://vimeo.com/426264686 Thank to our keyworker children for helping us with it!
Update 27th May re School opening
Possible school opening - please read the letter from Mr Farrell, our headteacher, explaining our plans for a potential reopening here: Letter from Mr Farrell
We know that many families in Lambeth are having to adapt and adjust to life in a pandemic. New challenges such as educating children at home, protecting yourself against the virus, and following the latest Government guidance are affecting many of us.
During this time of uncertainty, we understand you may have questions about coronavirus and its impact on your family.
Lambeth Council, in partnership with Lambeth Made, is hosting a special online question and answer event on Thursday 28 May, 1:30-2:30pm.
Join online and put your questions to our expert panel including Councillor Ed Davie (Cabinet Member for Children and Young People), Merlin Joseph (Strategic Director – Children's Services), Ruth Hutt (Director, Public Health), and a host of others.
Let us know what topics you would like to hear about at the Q+A here: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=gCfyxF9IB0WvSmCpcdb3_rmazUJjt4RHnNerI4C2ERdURjI3SjZPRTRCMkhYS0xSWTBZRUhVQzA3Ny4u
Children in Lambeth are in urgent need of safe loving homes. Now, more than ever.
Join our upcoming Q&A as part of Fostering Fortnight to find out more www.lambeth.gov.uk/foster-hero
The government are thinking of reopening schools on 1st June. If you have a child in Nursery, Reception, Years 1 or 6, please complete the following survey by Tuesday 18th May 9am to let us know if you are likely to send your child if this happens: https://forms.gle/BSgxbQNBqv6uXZfK9 Thank you.
Free School Meals - Crown Lane is participating in the free meals vouchers, please check your emails for 'edenred', you will be sent one £15 voucher per child per week.
Due to the high volume nationally there is a slight delay in the vouchers this week. Apologies for the delay.
* From the DfE "Be aware of scam emails
We have been informed that some parents have received an email stating the following: ‘As schools will be closing, if you’re entitled to free school meals, please send your bank details and we’ll make sure you’re supported’.
We can confirm that this is a scam email and is not official. We urge parents that if you receive any emails like this, please do not respond, and delete it immediately."
What to do if people develop symptoms
The most common symptoms are:
- A new, continuous cough
- A high temperature
Anyone with these symptoms should be sent home. Advise them to follow guidance about self-isolation, which says:
- If they live alone, they must self-isolate for 7 days from when they first experience symptoms
- If they live with others, then they must again self-isolate for 7 days but anyone they live with must self-isolate for 14 days
If they need clinical advice they should:
- Use the online NHS 111 service, or call 111 if they don't have internet access
- If they're seriously ill or injured or their life is at risk, call 999