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School Closure

Wednesday 15th & Thursday 16th March - Industrial Action

 

Wednesday 15th March

Year Groups OPEN as usual – Y2 AND Y6. Should your child not attend school on this day they will be marked as an unauthorised absence in the register.

Pupils not in Y2 or Y6 who should attend will receive a separate letter giving additional information for the day.

All other pupils should access one or more units for English, Maths and Science online via the Oak Academy      https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year

 

Thursday 16th March

Year Groups OPEN as usual – YR, Y1, Y2, Y4 AND Y6. Should your child not attend school on this day they will be marked as an unauthorised absence in the register.

Year Groups CLOSED – Y3 AND Y5

Pupils not in open Year Groups who should attend will receive a separate letter giving additional information for the day.

All other pupils should access one or more units for English, Maths and Geography online via the Oak Academy      https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year

 

Additional Learning:

All pupils can also access additional learning for their Year Group via https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary

 

KS1 & KS2 pupils can also access their Times Table Rock Stars account using their school login https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/student

 

Clubs:

Breakfast & After School Club – open as usual for pupils attending on Weds 15th & Thurs 16th March

Wednesday 15th March

Bricks Club – Y2 running as usual

MultiSkills – Y3 & Y4 cancelled

Thursday 16th March

MultiSkills – Y5 & Y6 running for pupils in school

Why might my child's school be closed?

The most common reasons for enforced school closures are:

  • Severe weather – heavy snow, ice or strong winds which may cause structural damage or disruption to safe travel to and from the school, or in some cases around the school site
  • Damage to buildings – caused by strong winds, fire, flooding or criminal damage
  • Utilities failure – a burst water main, issues with the toilets or a heating failure
  • Shortage of staff – this will only happen if circumstances have meant that there are not enough staff in school to ensure the safety of pupils
  • High levels of illness – significant illness amongst staff and pupils may lead to closure if there are insufficient staff to open the school safely, if the school requires deep cleaning or if public health advise closing for a short period of time
  • Industrial action – there may be rare occurrences that unions call teachers to take strike action. If enough teaching staff choose to strike, the school may have to close

Partnership Information

Harefield Primary School is proud to be
a part of the Edwin Jones Partnership

Edwin Jones Partnership

Hamwic Education Trust
Hamwic Teaching Schools Alliance

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