Please click on the link below to see how to access the School Nursing Service during the Summer Break.
We are delighted to announce that we have arranged our second HEARD event. This will be a digital event, taking place online via Zoom on Thursday 11th June from 6pm – 7.30pm. The focus of this event is to provide parents with coping skills, advice and expertise in response to COVID-19 through a panel of professionals from a variety of different fields who will be answering audience questions, as well as sharing their knowledge and expertise.
Book your FREE tickets by following the link below:
Project Learning Sheets for families who have limited access to ICT are available from the school office. The learning sheets are available in English and Turkish.
On the text message you receive please click on the part of the text that is indicated below.
Work will be available from Monday the 4th of May.
Please click on the document below for full instructions on how to use Google Classroom
We are in the process of setting up Google Classroom. Please read the following and click on the link for more information.
Google Classroom is a web service, developed by Google for schools, that aims to simplify creating, distributing, and marking assignments in a paperless way. The primary purpose of Google Classroom is to streamline the process of sharing files between teachers and students. Google Classroom enables teachers to create an online classroom area in which they can manage all the documents that their students need.
Please click on the link below for more detailed information:
You will be sent everything you will need to use Google Classroom soon
As directed by the government school is currently remaining open. In order that we prevent any illness from spreading please act on the guidance below;
We will continue to closely monitor the health of children and adults in school and will ask parents to collect children who show any symptoms.
There may be further guidance given later this week, particularly with regards to vulnerable groups. If you do consider yourself to be vulnerable and are self-isolating please let us know.
The office are receiving large numbers of phone call so please bear with us. If you are self-isolating you only need to let us know once.
If you or child have NOT been vaccinated against flu this year, please consider getting protected as soon as possible.
Please click on the link below for further information:
Flu Vaccination Information
Advice to parents of primary school aged children who have NOT received the Flu Vaccination in school this year
If you wish your child to be vaccinated, please attend
Enfield Immunisation Community Clinics
On – Saturday 7th December 10.00 – 12.30pm
Monday 30th December 10.00 – 14.00pm
At -Cedar House, St Michaels Hospital Gater Drive, Enfield EN2 0JB
Drop In – No appointment necessary
Please contact the Enfield Immunisation Team on 0208 702 3324/4829/4119
Calling ALL parents !
Our school has registered to be part of the Books for
Schools campaign run by The Sun newspaper and Harper Collins.
For us to be able to receive books from this campaign, we need to collect 3,500 tokens from The Sun and The Sun on Sunday between Saturday, November 23, 2019, and Saturday, January 18, 2020.
We need to submit our tokens by 8th February 2020 so please:
Kind regards, Caroline Scott
We understand how sometimes things get in the way of your reading your child a bedtime story so we would like to introduce a wonderful ‘read-aloud’ app and recommend that you download it for free on your Apple device or Android device.
There is an extensive library of books for your child to enjoy and you can set a timer on the app to limit their listening if you need to.
The links for the app are shown below . Please let us know if you have downloaded it and encourage your child to share with us their recommendations of books to listen to on the app.
Visit the website below
Here is the link for Apple devices:
What a good turn out! Thank you to all the parents/carers who came. It was a great morning
In light of the recent ‘momo’ social media stories.
The link below has advice for any concerned parents/carers