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COVID-19 Update

The school remains open, however, as a precaution the following have been cancelled with immediate effect:

  • All before/after school activity clubs (including sports and music groups) with the exception of the following which will continue to run until further notice:
    • Morning ICT club
    • Breakfast Club and After School Club
    • Year 6 maths club
    • Mrs Le Flohic’s art clubs

Also cancelled are:

  • All upcoming school trips
  • Parents’ evenings that are due to take place on 31 March and 1 April. We shall contact you with new dates when they are available.
  • There will be no groups of visitors coming into school, and therefore Year 2 parents will no longer be able to come into school to read with their children in the morning.
  • This weekend’s free entry match at Eastleigh Football Club and the matchday experience on 4 April.

In addition, all music grade exams have also been cancelled by the exam centre.


What do you need to do?

  • If you, your child or anyone you live with has the following symptoms you must follow guidance to stay at home on the gov.uk website:
  • A new, continuous cough and/or
  • A high temperature of 37.8 or above


  • If your child is unwell or is self-isolating, report this as you would normally by phoning or emailing the school office.
  • Come and collect your child(ren) as soon as possible if we ask you to (we will contact you if they become ill with either a high temperature above 37.8 or a new, continuous cough).
  • Please email the school office if your child(ren) does not have access to a pc or tablet at home (so that we can make sure we are well prepared for remote learning if the school does need to close at some point).
  • If you have recently changed your contact details, please inform the school office as soon as possible by email.

To help you talk to your children about the coronavirus the BBC Newsround site has regular updates for children.

If you think you or your child may have the symptoms use NHS 111 online, if at all possible, before calling 111.

Thank you for your continued support during this difficult time.


Kind regards,



Mrs P A Phelan



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