Extreme Hot Weather Guidance
Following the Met Office’s extreme weather warnings for Monday and Tuesday of next week, Lambeth are not advising schools to close during high temperatures as there is no maximum legal temperature threshold. If sensible precautions are taken children are unlikely to be adversely affected by hot conditions, however we are putting the following procedures into place for next week to ensure they all stay safe:
- Children will be allowed to wear their own clothes on Monday and Tuesday – it is recommended that the children wear loose, light-coloured clothing which will help to keep them cool and a sun hat with a wide brim to avoid sunburn. Please try to ensure that their clothing covers their shoulders.
- Please ensure your child brings the following named/labelled items to school on both days
- suntan lotion - at least factor 30 with UVA protection
- a water bottle
- a clean washcloth or flannel which could be used to cool themselves down if needed
- Vigorous PE will not take place and children will be kept in the shade wherever possible
- The use of electrical lighting will be kept to a minimum in classrooms and access to drinking water is readily available in all classrooms
The children will take part in their Class Swap on Monday morning where they will have the opportunity to meet their new teachers. Parent/carers will have the option to collect your child after lunch at 1:30pm or the normal time of 3:15pm. Please email your class teacher by 8:30am on Monday if you will be collecting at 1:30pm so we can organise the children for collection.
We hope you all manage to stay cool and hydrated over the weekend and beyond.
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Lockdown Social Stories
Mindset and Memory - a series of remote workshops for the parents and carers at Julian’s Primary School, created by TailoredPractice
The following sessions were created for the parents and carers in order to share with you some of the research and techniques that we have been using at Julian’s. Although each video has been created for a different phase, they are applicable for all primary school ages.
We hope you find the sessions useful. If you wish to give us some feedback on the sessions, we would appreciate it. Please go to this feedback link to do so. Thank you.
Mind Your Language video
How the language we use with children can have a lasting impact on their attitude to learning
EYFS focus (approx 14 mins)
Make Thinking Visible video
How our language can help children develop their thinking and learning skills
Key Stage One focus (approx 13 mins)
Mindset and Memory video
What parents and carers should know about memory and how they can support their children’s learning at home
Key Stage Two focus (17 mins)
March 8th School Reopening Information
Parent Carer Workshop
Safer Internet Day! (9th February 2021)
Risk Assessment during lockdown V7 29th January 2021
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January Opening Guidance
Julian's is closed from Tuesday 5th January to all pupils except children of key worker parents, children with an EHCP and/or vulnerable children with exceptional circumstances. All applications received for places were ranked according to this criteria and places allocated where possible. If you have applied for one of these places during the January lockdown and were successful, you will be notified by the school directly. Unfortunately due to bubble number restrictions, we are currently unable to offer places to all those who applied. If you were successful and would like more information on the provision being offered during lockdown, please click here to access the JPS January Opening Guidance document and click here to access the Blended Learning Policy
Spring 2021 School Lockdown Provision
If you are identified as a key worker, your family may qualify for your child(ren) to receive childcare while the school is closed. In order for us to adequately staff and resource this provision we need you to complete and return the form below as soon as possible and return to email@example.com
2021 School Opening
Please note that yesterday’s Government announcement does not affect Lambeth primary schools. Julian’s will therefore be open to children on Tuesday 5th January 2021 as planned. We will update you if this changes. Stay safe.
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School dinners increase from £2 to £2.30 per day with effect from 3rd September 2020. Please read explanatory letter here
The Government yesterday announced the introduction of new stringent measures to help tackle the coronavirus outbreak in the country.
These are being introduced because of the rapid increase in cases and aim to push the peak of cases into the summer to ease the pressure on the NHS.
Here are the key points:
- Anyone who has a new persistent cough or a temperature of 37.8C or above and anyone who lives with them should stay at home for 14 days.
- People should minimise social contact and avoid public transport, pubs, clubs, theatres and other such social venues.
- People should start working from home where they possibly can.
- Those over 70 or those who have a significant health condition such as heart disease and lung disease as well as women who are pregnant need to take extra care to minimise social contact for 12 weeks from the end of this week.
- Only use the NHS when we really need to.
- From tomorrow government will no longer be "supporting" mass gatherings using emergency workers.
These new measures are having a significant impact on our school and we would ask you to keep a close eye on the website for further information.
Newsletter Issue No 22
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West Norwood site Closure
The West Norwood site was unfortunately closed this morning (Thursday) due to local power cuts that affected the safe working of the school. This was luckily repaired by midmorning and we were able to open, as usual, in the afternoon. Thank you all for your understanding in this matter.