Albion Primary School

Coronavirus Covid-19

covid-19 south african variant 
16th april 2021

Public Health have reassured Albion that there is no cause for alarm with the latest news. Surge testing has commenced. To find out more please read the documents below.

Albion COVID-19 South African Variant Letter

Southwark Surge Testing Letter


Finish Times & Contact Tracing
26th March 2021

Wednesday 31st March: Last day of term

As you know, we finish a little earlier on the last day of term.

Finish Time Year Group
1.45pm Reception
1.55pm Year 1 and Year 2
2pm Nursery FT, Year 3 and Year 5
2.05pm Year 4 and Year 6
4.30pm Extended Day

Contact Tracing during the easter Holidays

As you are aware schools play an important role in contact tracing to help in the national effort to limit the spread of the virus. Public Health England has agreed a six-day window after the final day of teaching in which schools are asked to remain contactable so they can assist in contact tracing where necessary. This will allow enough time for positive Covid-19 cases to be identified and confirmed by a test and for relevant contacts in the school to be traced.

To read more click the link below:

Finish Times and Contact Tracing

Reminder of drop off times
8th March 2021

Drop off and Pick Up

  • One parent/carer to drop off and pick up
  • Remain socially distanced from other adults
  • Wear a mask
  • Leave immediately after drop off/pick up
  • There is a 5 minute window to enter school so please be on time but not too early

Reminder Flyer


Top Tips for returning back to school
2nd March 2021

We are so excited to be welcoming all the children back to school on Monday 8th March. We know that most children will be really looking forward to returning but some may have some worries. For both situations it is a good idea to start preparing your child/ren. Please click on the link/thumbnail below for tips to help with the transition.

Top Tips For Transitioning Back To School


Returning back after lockdown
22th FEBRUARY 2021

Following Monday’s announcements, we are delighted that all our children will be able to return to school on March 8th. Although we know that every member of our school community has worked hard to ensure that children continue to learn - nothing can replace face to face learning and all the opportunities it presents. We are also looking forward to children being able to see friends again so that they can work and play together.

To read more click on the link below:

Whole School Return To School Letter March 2021

99% of families believe live sessions benefit their children

Albion captured the views of parents/carers last month through the Remote Learning Parent/Carer survey. There were 133 responses. To find out more, click on the link below.

Remote Learning Parent/Carer Survey - January 2021

letter for Parents/Carers of Children in the Critical Worker and Vulnerable Bubbles
9th February 2021

I am writing to remind you that the last day of the spring half term is Friday 12th February. School will be closed to all pupils, including those who are vulnerable or who have critical worker parents.

As you are aware schools play an important role in contact tracing to help in the national effort to limit the spread of the virus. In that respect school leaders have been on call each weekend and over the holidays so they can assist in contact tracing where necessary. This will allow enough time for positive Covid-19 cases to be identified and confirmed by a test and for relevant contacts in the education setting to be traced.

To continue reading, click on the link below.

Contact tracing during Spring half term

lockdown update letter 
22nd JANUARY 2021

We have come to the end of our third week of remote learning and what an achievement it has been. Just to recap, we have introduced live sessions, created structured new class timetable, improved our hampers (before the government brought it to public attention), sought breakfast boxes for families where a child created a cooking segment on his YouTube channel and still managed to remain open for the children of critical workers and vulnerable children.

To continue reading, click on the link below.

Lockdown Update Letter 22/01/2021


We have worked extremely hard gathering information from parents/carers regarding devices and broadband. Thank you all for your assistance. 

Specific families have been texted the letter below after informing us they do not have any broadband access what so ever.

We will be providing remaining families with information on how we may help with internet data etc next week. We already requested data dongles in December which should arrive next week.

Connecting Families - Broadband Access Letter

Breakfast Box letter
11th JANUARY 2021

We have taken delivery of this fantastic and healthy Breakfast Box from School Food Matters! The offer is for all of our pupils.

Please come and collect while it is fresh!

To continue reading please click on the link below

Breakfast Box Letter

Remote Learning Live Sessions
4th JANUARY 2021

After reviewing our remote learning provision and in response to feedback from all stakeholders, we are introducing ‘live’ teacher led sessions. We will continue to offer online learning through Google Classroom where children can access work and communicate with the teacher. The move towards ‘live’ sessions and provide children with timetables:

  • Gives children and parents/carers more structure to learning at home every day,
  • Avoids overwhelming students and parents/carers
  • support students and parents
  • Engages more pupils
  • provide regular interactive contact between students and teaching staff

To continue reading please click on the link below.

Remote Learning 'Live' Sessions Letter

Returning to remote learning 
3rd JANUARY 2021

The leadership team have been brilliant over the last week ensuring that

  • we have a safe provision for those staff and children who will be attending Albion this week,
  • we will be able to provide high quality remote learning for children at home,
  • we have access to lunches for all pupils.
  • rotas are in place for staff as we take staff anxiety and situations into consideration.

For more details please click the link below.

Returning to remote learning letter

Critical Workers & Vulnerable Children
2nd January 2021

We are only open next week, from January 4th, for those children of critical workers and vulnerable children. For more details please click the link below.

Critical Workers & Vulnerable Children

Plans for REOPENING, Jan 2021 
31st DECEMBER 2020

Following on from yesterday's government announcement, Albion Primary School will only open next week, on January 4th, for those children of critical workers and vulnerable children. All other children will receive remote learning using Google Classroom...

To continue reading please click on the link below.

Plans for reopening letter, January 2021

Delay to 4th January 2021 reopening 

Following the announcement by Gavin Williamson regarding the opening of schools in January 2021, schools in Southwark will not fully reopen as planned on 4th January 2021. The earliest school will now open is 18 January. We did not expect this announcement and will try to keep you updated every step of the way...

To continue reading please click on the link below.

Delay to 4th January 2021 reopening


We have been made aware that a member of our school community has tested positive for COVID-19 in Indigo class.  We have followed the national guidance and have identified that your child has been in close contact with the affected person.
It is unfortunate that we have had to contact families during this specific time but it is to ensure we are all kept safe.
Please read more information in the letters below.
Indigo Class Bubble Self-Isolating Letter

Letter from Southwark Director of Education
17TH December 2020

Letter from Southwark Director of Education who has kindly asked Headteachers to share with parents and carers.
The number of cases of Covid-19 are rising in the borough, particularly in 12-17 year olds and young adults. Your child and the people they live with can now get at test at our testing centres even if they do not have any symptoms. There are several testing centres available in and near to Southwark, including in Burgess Park and in Peckham town centre. To read more click the link below.
COVID-19 Testing Update

adjusted staggered start & finish times
14TH December 2020

The new term starts on Monday 4thJanuary. As the beginning and end of the day routines are well established and running smoothly, we have decided to shorten the gaps between the arrival and departure of year group bubbles which will reduce the waiting time for parents/carers who are collecting more than one child. Please read more information in the letter below.
New adjusted staggered start and finish times

11TH December 2020

We have been made aware that a member of our school community has tested positive for COVID-19.  We have followed the national guidance and have identified that your child has or may have been in close contact with the affected person. Please read more information in the letters below.
Nursery Bubble Closure (COVID-19) - updated
Nursery Bubble Closure (COVID-19)
School Community - Positive Case (COVID-19)

Test & trace during winter holidays
10th December 2020

End of term will still be Friday 18th December 2020

Spring term begins Monday 4th January 2021

You may have heard in the news that schools have the option to finish a day early if they can. Unfortunately, our INSET days have already been allocated to specific training. To read more please click on the link below.

COVID-19 Update Winter Holidays Letter


Tier 2 Lockdown: High alert
21st NOVEMBER 2020

Why the government is introducing tiers?

It is right to apply tighter restrictions where prevalence is highest. In September and October, the virus spread rapidly in all parts of the country. The government responded with new national restrictions. These have brought transmission back under control.

The government will replace them on 2 December with a regionally-differentiated approach, where different tiers of restrictions apply in different parts of the country.

These tiers will be strengthened compared to the previous tiers in order to prevent a return to growing infections. We know that social contact spreads the virus. We need to impose these restrictions and it is right to target the toughest measures only in the areas where the virus is most prevalent or where we are seeing sharper increases in the rate of infection.

The government is committed to ensuring the right levels of intervention in the right places to manage outbreaks, suppress the virus and keep R below 1.

There are 3 tiers for local restrictions. The whole of London is within Tier 2 at the precise moment:

The new rules will come into effect from the beginning of Wednesday 2 December. Click on the links above to find out more of the DfE web pages.

For a full list of restriction tiers by areas, click here.


We have been made aware that a member of our school community has tested positive for COVID-19.  We have followed the national guidance and have identified that your child has or may have been in close contact with the affected person. Please read more information in the letters below.
Year 3 Bubble Closure (COVID-19)
School Community - Positive Case (COVID-19)


We have been made aware that a member of our school community has tested positive for COVID-19. We have sought advice from The DfE and Public Health England and shared information with Southwark.  We have been advised that the Year 6 bubble along with 4 adults will need to self-isolate. Please read more information in the letters below.
School Community - Positive Case (COVID-19)
Year 6 Bubble Closure (COVID-19)

Positive case at albion
14th NOVEMBER 2020

We have been made aware that a member of our school community has tested positive for COVID-19. We have been working closely with Public Health England  who have been providing guidance and support. Our efficient bubble organisation  has meant less contacts have been made by the individual and we have been able to track and trace effectively. This has meant that only 6 children and 4 adults have had to self-isolate.  

With the rise of cases at present, I strongly urge every person to adhere to government guidelines. Please read the letter below:

School Community - Positive Case (COVID-19)

Updates to school practice following dfe and phe guidance
2nd november 2020

What an eventful first half term we have had. I hope you had a great half term break. It was so good to fill the school with children once again.

As you may already know the government announcement on Saturday 31st October will mean that schools continue under the lockdown measures. Children attending school is compulsory. We continue to review our school risk assessment and increase our safety measures.

To continue reading, please click below.

Updates to School Practice (COVID-19) 

Poster for preventing COVID-19

London will move to 'level 2' restrictions
16th October 2020

Thank you to the whole community for continuing to follow government guidance to keep us all safe and reduce the speak of COVID-19.

We have recently been given an update from Cllr Kieron Williams, Leader of Southwark Council, stating COVID-19 numbers are rising rapidly in Southwark and across London. From midnight tonight the whole of London will move to ‘Level 2’ restrictions, which means we must all follow extra rules to help stop the spread of COVID-19. The new rules are to help save lives.

Latest COVID-19 Update Letter

what to do if you or someone you share your home with has coronavirus symptoms
28th September 2020

PDF Document from Public Health England

Click here for guidance documentIf you require the above information in an alternative language - click here.


23rd September 2020

Public Heath England Letter

An important letter to share some information on how we can work together to make sure we can continue to give children and young people the best education in the safest way possible.

Public Health England letter



Welcome back
7th September 2020

Back to School Booklet

Click here or the above image for more information.


2ND JULY 2020


Following  the successful return of our Nursery, Reception,  Year 1 and Year 6 classes, we are pleased to inform  you that we will be giving children in Years 2, 3, 4 and 5 the opportunity  to come  into school to round off this academic  year, and give them  a chance to look forward to September. 

To continue reading please click below.

School Opening for Years 2, 3, 4 and 5

2ND JULY 2020


As we get closer to the end of term, I have made the decision to give other year groups (years 2, 3, 4 and 5) the opportunity to come into school before the end of the term to touch base with the Albion team and to round off their academic year. This can only be accomplished by closing the current Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 bubbles.

To continue reading please click below.

End of Term for N, R, Y1 and Y6 Bubble

Nursery BUBBLE
18TH JUNE 2020


As you know, we are constantly reviewing our situation, with safety being the priority, and now we can offer capacity to some of our nursery pupils. We are prioritising the older children who will join Reception in September. Younger pupils who have a further year to experience nursery will not be able to return before the school holidays. Before I explain arrangements, I would like to take this opportunity to thank parents and carers for their understanding, cooperation, patience and support through this period of uncertainty and difficulty...

To continue reading please click below.

Nursery Bubble Opening

To assist us in the planning of our provision further, please complete the google form

17TH JUNE 2020


Since writing to you last at the end of May, we have seen the return of Reception pupils, Year 6 pupils, an increased number of keyworker children and now yesterday have seen the successful return of our Year 1 pupils. Welcome back Year 1! Social distancing was strange for the children but as the day went on they were getting better at it.

The children returning to school have been organised into smaller ‘bubbles’ with each year group starting and finishing at staggered intervals to ensure that appropriate social distancing can be maintained. The children also had access to a video the Year 1 teachers created to assist them with returning back to school...

To continue reading please click below.

Reopening to Year 1 letter

If you are a parent/carer of a child in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 and would like your child to return to school, please click on the link below and complete the form. We will come back to you with a start date (all depends on the available spaces in the bubbles).

What a wonderful start for reception
5th June 2020


Our Reception children and our Keyworker children had a great week. The school felt alive again. We were very strict with our social distancing rules, cleaning and keeping our children safe. The children understood the reasons why and also reminded us about the rules. 

Information regarding sending children into school, meals and school uniform will be published very soon. 


In this current climate of dismay, children at Albion have worked hard at home to send a message to each other through song. The message can be used to tell the world that we are better together rather than divided. The message shines through in our Albion Anthem 'Together We Are One!'.

Thank you to Ellie, our music teacher, who organsied the children and edited the video. It is wonderful to see the children come together to be a part of something special. Well done Albion!

Thank you to Bonnie-Blue, Eleni, Denny, Scarlett, Heidi, Ruby Tuesday, Eboni, Josiah, Henry, Elsa, Clemence, Soton, Cara, Gabriel, Maria, Joel, Adaellah, Elijah, Alvin, Leonardo, Rodina, Shekhinah and Charley. You are all stars!



coming back to school in a bubble!
30TH MAY 2020


We will shortly be reopening school to specific year groups. To assist children with this step we  are sharing a short book online written and illustrated by Kezia Matthews from Shere Infant School and Nursery. We have asked parents/carers to read the book with their child before they come back to school. You too can read the book by clicking on the image below.

Coming back to school in a bubble!

27th MAY 2020


Since the government’s announcement that primary schools could reopen for certain year groups (Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6) on Monday 1st June (at the earliest), we have been working hard to take the necessary steps to be ready for their safe return. We will open only if the government confirms that their five key tests justify taking this step.

Please be assured that our main priorities are to:

  • Ensure a happy return to school for children;
  • Protect and restore the mental health of our pupils;
  • Ensure a safe and hygienic school environment for our pupils, staff and parents/carers.


It is vital that parents/carers complete the online attendance form by Friday 29th May 11am by clicking the link below:

Once we receive pupil numbers, we will contact families individually to let you know when your child can come in.

To read the letter in full, click here.

Arrangements for reopening the school infographics for parents/carers

Home School Agreement Covid-19

22nd MAY 2020


As you know Albion Primary School has remained open during the Covid 19 emergency for children who need specific support and for the children of key workers.  Following the request from Government, we are now planning to open the school more widely in a phased way for children in the following Years:

  • Reception - from 2 June 2020
  • Year 6 - from 8 June 2020
  • Year 1 - from 15 June 2020

Our prime objective is to ensure the interests and safety of our staff and families and we must also stress that our plans could change in light of further advice from the Government on 28 May 2020. 

To read more, click here.

20TH May 2020


We know you have seen in the news that schools may reopen on 1 June to nursery, reception, year 1 and year 6 pupils if the government thinks it is safe to do so. We are currently risk assessing and planning how this could work at Albion following consultation with parents. It will not be business as usual. We will write to you detailing our plans very soon. Safety for all is our key priority.
As you know, we have remained partially open to a small number of children. These children will continue to come to school and do not need to do anything further. We may be able to offer additional keyworker children places, following a tiered system that prioritises health and social care and education and childcare workers.  If you are a keyworker able to work from home, it remains safest for your child to stay at home.

For Keyworker letter click here.

13TH May 2020


To our pupils and the wider Albion Primary School community - we are thinking of you.

11TH May 2020


We know you have seen in the news that schools may reopen on 1 June to reception, year 1 and year 6 pupils if the government thinks it’s safe then.

We are waiting for further guidance and clarification from the government right now, which will hopefully help us create an action plan for our phased reopening. We will share this with you as soon as possible so you know what the school’s reopening will look like in practice.

To read more, click here.

30TH APRIL 2020


Welcome to our April newsletter. We hope that you had a restful Easter break, despite the unusual situation. It is so nice to phone families and speak to the children as we continue to keep the Albion community and spirit going. Although we are still able to see a few children in school, we are really missing all of you at home!

The teachers are revising their ways of providing learning ideas to the children. I hope you are also enjoying my video stories, they are fun!

Please remember we are all here for you so if you need support with anything please let us know. There are many ways to keep in touch with us, see email addresses in this newsletter. Stay Home, Stay Safe.

To read more, click here.

24th APRIL 2020


New arrangements for school lunches for those children not eligible for free school meals (FSM) from next week.

To read more, click here.

21st APRIL 2020


I am pleased to say that our partnership with Magic Breakfast still continues. They have provided food for targeted families.

To read more, click here.

16TH APRIL 2020


It has been wonderful speaking to some of the families, witnessing some children’s interaction with remote learning and watching the children within the building promoting social distancing. I want to thank you all once again for the support and understanding given to the school during these challenging times.

To read more, click here.

NHS Update Message

Coronavirus A book for children

Axel Scheffler has illustrated a digital book for primary school age children, free for anyone to read on screen or print out, about the coronavirus and the measures taken to control it. Published by Nosy Crow, and written by staff within the company, the book has had expert input: Professor Graham Medley of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine acted as a consultant, and the company also had advice from two head teachers and a child psychologist.

The book answers key questions in simple language appropriate for 5 to 9 year olds:


• What is the coronavirus?

• How do you catch the coronavirus?

• What happens if you catch the coronavirus?

• Why are people worried about catching the coronavirus?

• Is there a cure for the coronavirus?

• Why are some places we normally go to closed?

• What can I do to help?

• What’s going to happen next?

Coronavirus A book for children

9th APRIL 2020


I hope you are all well and staying safe at home. I wanted to let you know about arrangements for school lunches for those children eligible for free school meals (FSM) over the Easter Break. Before I can do that I would like to clarify what FSM means as there has been confusion with this term.

To read more, click here.

Free School Meals Guidance

1st April 2020


We hope families are keeping themselves safe in this climate.
Parents/Carers will have been emailed usernames and passwords for their child to  access Google Classroom. Google Classroom is not only new to children but new to staff so there are going to be teething problems. If there are any issues, please use the generic year group email address to inform the class teacher so we can rectify the matter as soon as possible.

We have created a tutorial of how to log into Google Classroom. 

How to login to Google Classroom

Google Classroom


Children eligible for free school meals (FSM) will benefit from a national voucher scheme allowing them to continue to access meals whilst they stay at home.

Schools can now provide every eligible child with a weekly shopping voucher worth £15 to spend at supermarkets while schools are closed due to coronavirus. This is for term time only. It is also only for families who are currently in receipt of FSM, families who are currently receiving the following:

  • Income Support

  • income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

  • income-related Employment and Support Allowance

  • support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999

  • the guaranteed element of Pension Credit

  • Child Tax Credit (provided you’re not also entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual gross income of no more than £16,190)

  • Working Tax Credit run-on - paid for 4 weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit

  • Universal Credit - if you apply on or after 1 April 2018 your household income must be less than £7,400 a year (after tax and not including any benefits you get)

The vouchers can be spent on food at a range of shops including Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Waitrose and M&S, with the Department working to get more shops to join the scheme as soon as possible.

For more information click here. 

This is to start after Easter holidays. As we have only received the guidance from the government, we have to ensure we have put the necessary arrangements in place in order for the families to receive their vouchers.


27TH MARCH 2020


With our continued service to provide support to children who are/have been in receipt of free school meals (FSM), this week we have been offering packed lunches made by our catering company ISS.

From next week, Monday 30th March 2020, we are offering Tesco vouchers which can be redeemed at any Tesco store for food for your child. The voucher will come in the form of an e-code and sent to you via your email address.

To read more click here...

26TH MARCH 2020


I hope that you and your children are managing to cope as well as you can during these very uncertain times. I also hope that you are staying healthy and enjoying spending much quality time with each other, despite the unanticipated nature of the position that you now find yourselves in.

In terms of the work that has been set for your child, I would like to give you our school’s position on this and hopefully, offer you some reassurance. We are experiencing an unprecedented emergency situation that is adversely impacting on the whole world so having a sense of perspective is hugely important.

To read more click here...

19TH MARCH 2020


Following the government’s announcement, schools have been instructed to close to almost all children in England from after school this Friday 20 March until further notice.

We completely support the government’s approach to close school for most children but make special provision for the children of key workers and more vulnerable children. We have quickly identified parents/carers within Albion who the government  has identified as key workers (for example NHS frontline workers, the police and supermarket delivery drivers). This was in order for us to understand how many children will be expected to attend so we can plan our staffing accordingly. All relevant parents/carers have been contacted and know that their children can attend school.

All other children will need to stay at home, please do not send your child to school on Monday.

Update for parents/carers:
17th March 2020

The government and Public Health England have issued an update on social distancing on 16th March. Follow the link below.

Public Health England now advise any pupil or parent/carer and staff:

  • if you, or any member of your household, have symptoms of the coronavirus infection (COVID-19), however mild, stay at home and do not leave your house for 14 days from when your symptoms started.

  • you do not need to call NHS111 to go into self-isolation. If your symptoms worsen during home isolation or are no better after 7 days contact NHS 111 online. If you have no internet access, you should call NHS 111. For a medical emergency dial 999.

We kindly ask that if your child (or any member of your household) is unwell with a new and persistent cough, a temperature of 37.8 or higher or difficulty breathing then it is recommended for the entire household to self-isolate for 14 days as this covers the incubation period.  

The latest guidance also makes provision for those most vulnerable to distance themselves from others. As you would expect, these social distancing measures will affect our staff and their families as well as our pupils and their families.

In order to limit social contact where possible, we are pausing any trips out of school for children, cancelling assemblies and workshops and courses for staff until further notice.

Our enhanced cleaning regime will continue as well as rigorous handwashing measures for all pupils, staff and visitors.

update for parents/carers:
march 15th 2020

You may be aware that the government met last week to review its response to the Covid-19 virus.

While they confirmed new measures have now been put in place, most importantly the government confirmed that:

  • UK schools should remain open and continue to operate normally at this time

Albion Primary School will continue to follow the government’s advice and will remain open until we are advised otherwise.

At present there are no confirmed cases of Covid-19 at Albion. 

Please ensure you are familiar with the detail of the most up to date Public Health England advice which can be found here:

To support the delay of the spread of the virus, the Department for Health and Social Care has asked anyone who shows certain symptoms to stay at home for 7 days, regardless of whether they have travelled to affected areas. This means people should stay at home and avoid all but essential contact with others for 7 days from the point of displaying mild symptoms, to slow the spread of infection.

The symptoms are:

  • A high temperature (37.8 degree and above)
  • A new, continuous cough

You do not need to call NHS 111 to stay at home. If your symptoms worsen during your stay at home period or are no better after 7 days contact NHS 111 online at If you have no internet access, you should call NHS 111. For a medical emergency dial 999.

Families who may recently have travelled abroad should make absolutely certain they are following the Public Health England guidance for returning travellers.

The government did announce an additional measure for schools that means:

  • School trips abroad will not be permitted - schools affected by this will be cancelling trips and keeping parents informed of all arrangements. 

Current advice remains in place: no education or children’s social care setting should close in response to a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 case unless advised to do so by Public Health England.

Help to slow the spread of Coronavirus!

Make sure you and your children follow these general principles to prevent spreading any respiratory virus:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or an alcohol-based sanitiser if soap and water are not available.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • If you feel unwell, stay at home and do not attend work or school.
  • Cough or sneeze into your sleeve or catch with a tissue, then throw the tissue in a bin.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces in the home.

If you’re worried about your symptoms, please call NHS 111 – do not go directly to your GP or other healthcare environment.


The most important thing individuals can do to protect themselves is to wash their hands more often, for at least 20 seconds, with soap and water. Public Health England recommends that in addition to handwashing before eating, and after coughing and sneezing, everyone should also wash hands after using toilets and travelling on public transport.

Watch this short NHS film for guidance.

We will continue to update you on the situation as new announcements are made by the government and want to reassure you that Albion is preparing for all possible scenarios:

Home learning

We have various online platforms, for example Mathletics and Timetables Rock Stars,  that can be used to provide work to children at home. As you would expect, we are drawing up plans should home learning become necessary. We will explain what is on offer and how to access it at that time.

Domestic trips, school events and sports fixtures

All domestic trips and school events will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. You will be kept informed of any changes to published events in the school calendar with as much notice as is possible.

Advice for all visitors to our school

We have reinforced some basic hygiene principles and introduced additional measures, so please do not take offence if you are asked to wash your hands or use hand sanitizing gel on visiting us. We would also remind visitors of the hygiene message, “catch it, bin it, kill it” in the event of coughing and sneezing. These restrictions are in place to protect our school community.

The latest advice requires anyone who has flu-like symptoms, a cough, breathlessness or a raised temperature above 37.8 degrees Celsius to stay at home and self-isolate for a week.

Where to find the latest information

Updates on COVID-19:

Guidance for educational settings:

Guidance for social or community care and residential settings:

Travel advice for those travelling and living overseas:

Educational resources:

Latest Department for Education information:

This is an extraordinary period of time for everyone, including schools, and I want to thank you for you continued patience and understanding in helping to keep our school communities as safe as possible.

Coronavirus Letter (26th Feb 2020)

Corona Advice Letter (13th March 2020)

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