Key information about COVID19 and School

Below you will find:

  1. Virtual worries box 
  2. School Risk assessment
  3. Remote Learning Offer 
  4. Catch up Funding Spend inofrmation
  5. Older Covid school Information 
  6. Useful Links 

(1) Virtutal Worries Box

Children are used to having a worry box in class or an adult on hand to talk to while in school.

Things are a little bit different at the moment with many children at home, they may have concerns or worries and do not know who to share them with. Children can share their worries with an adult in school by sending an email to our virtual worry box.

We cannot promise to keep the information a secret but we can promise to always work to ensure the right support is available as per our safeguarding policy. Children can complete a worry box form on the google classroom. The form is always there for them to access. Online Worry Form 

Children can talk to us about worries they might have including: 

*Something that has happened to you or someone else you know
* If you are feeling worried or scared about something
* If someone is unwell.  
*If something is happening to you that is making you sad, anxious or worried. 
Children can also contact Childline from 7:30am-3:30am every day either online or by calling 0800 1111 or by sending a message through their website. They can also get hold of the NSPCC.


MARCH 2021

Click here to see the Risk assessment for returning to school. 


Barnet's Latest Information 

Return to school – January 2021 | Barnet Council

A Parents Guide to support your child back to school. 


To see our full remote learning offer for self isolation and a full lockdown. Please go to:

'Parents' tab,  and then  'Learning From Home' .

The Remote Learning Policy can be found in the 'Information' tab, and then 'Policies'

(4) Catch Up funding Spending document 


Guide for Parents to support you bringing your child back to school.

Video to support returning to school - Barnet Council

Back to School information - Barnet Council

Back to School Guidance for Parents - Booklet

Quick COVID 19 ABSENCE - What to do if my child has ........... 

What will school look like in September 

All children are expected to be back to school in September 

We have been working hard to ensure we have followed government guidance so that all plans are in place for our full return.  Government Guidelines

We have worked hard to ensure:

  • Everyone returns safely and we meet all COVI19 standards.
  • That families are happy to be back in school and that we support all families and children where needed 
  • Learning  continues to be of a high standard and ensures that we close any gaps  

There has been a lot of work done to ensure that all of this is in place ready for September.

Your child will return to their current teacher, in their current classroom.

Children will return in year group bubbles. This means they will only be able to mix with the children in their year group. 

School Uniform

Children must wear full school uniform. Please ensure you have the correct uniform with school logos, correct colours and black shoes.

Pick up and drop off times

There will be staggered entry and pick up times to keep everyone safe.

Parents will be welcomed on to the site to drop their child off and then will leave from the other school gate going out towards Broadwalk. You will need to respect this new system. Please ensure that you do not stay on the school site to talk to other parents or staff.

Parents must be on time to collect their child at the end of the day. Late pick up will not be tolerated and parents will be fined.

Updated times from the 9th November 2020



Y6: 8:30

Rec: 3:15


Y1: 3:15

Y4: 8:40

Y2: 3:15

Y3: 8:40

Y3: 3:10

Y2: 8:40

Y4: 3:10

Y1: 8:40


Nursery 8:45

Rec: 8:50

Y6: 3:00

Breakfast club and after school clubs

We will still be providing a breakfast club for parents who need this facility. Year groups will be kept separately within the club to ensure they are not mixing with other children from other year groups. Breakfast club will run from 8:00am- 9:00am

There will not be any after school clubs running in the autumn term. This will be reviewed during the term. This is to ensure children remain safe and do not mix with other children outside of their year group.

What do I do if my child is unwell?

If your child is unwell you must let the office know.

Do not send your child to school if they have any symptoms of COVID19:

  • Dry cough
  • loss of smell and taste or
  • a temperature

If your child is unwell in school, they will be sent home.


Your child can have a hot lunch if they would like. Hot lunches are free for all children from Reception to Year Two (Rec, Year1, Year 2). Parents who have children in Key stage Two (Year 3, 4, 5, 6) will need to pay for their lunch unless you are entitled to a free school meal. If you are not sure, please call the school office and they will be able to help you. Children will have their lunch as normal but they will only eat with their year group, not their phase. 

What will learning look like?

Learning will continue to be of a high standard. Learning will continue to be back to normal however, children will have time each week to use the Google classroom to complete various activities.This is to ensure they continue to be confident using it in case of a local lockdown or self ioslation. We will also be using the Google classroom for homework.  

(6) Links/ More Information

There will be a video placed on our website in August for you to see more information about returning to school. Please take a look.

You can still contact us on the school office phone number or via email

How to talk to your child about the Coronavirus

Some good advice about how to support your children and talk to them aboutthe Coronavirus

Get your children to watch this:

How to wash your hands

For Parents:

Useful Links

Go Zen! - Anxiety relief for children  -

Child Mind Institue

Young Minds -

Calm zone Childline

Where can I go to get support to help keep my child safe online?

There is a lot of support available to keep your child safe online. Below are some useful links to help parents and carers: