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School closure - Government decision

As many of you will be aware, the Government has taken the decision to close the school from Monday 23rd March 2020, as part of the strategy to minimise the spread of the coronavirus. 

At Earlham teachers will be setting work for our pupils on our class home learning pages - you can link to these below.

Any further annoucements will be published on this page, so please keep checking for news and updates.

We are thinking of all our Earlham family - please stay well and safe.

Home learning

To see updates from your class teacher, and to access the work they have set for the children, please click on the link to your class.

We would love to see the work you are doing at home! You can send pictures and videos to us at this address: eps-homelearning@ekotrust.org.uk

If you have any questions or messages for teachers, you can also send them to this email address.

Get active

Check out Mr Derbyshire's fun ideas for being active indoors - see if you can try them all!

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Wellbeing

Our mental wellbeing is just as important as our physical wellbeing - try these ideas for staying well

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Our home learning superstars

Here is just a small selection of the amazing home learning happening across the Earlham family. You can see more on our year group pages.

Your mini classrooms

We know it's not easy to manage your children's learning at home, and we think you are all doing an amazing job - thank you from all of us at Earlham for your wonderful support!

Do share your own mini classrooms!

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Support and advice for parents

We fully appreciate how worrying and stressful this unprecedented time has been for you all.  Thank you so much for all your continued support and understanding as we move along this journey together.

We consider our school to be an extended family, so naturally our first thought is for our children and families and how we can help to support you. Below is a list of different services that may be able to offer you support if you come into any difficulties over the next few months. Please share this information with others who you know to be in need and who may benefit for some extra support at this time. 

Keep yourselves safe and be kind to each other.  We are thinking of you, from all of us at Earlham Primary School.

Service Contact details
Newham Food Bank Information 
Emergency Assistance: https://newham.foodbank.org.uk/ 
Foodbank Enquiries: 0207 474 3060 / admin@newham.foodbank.org.uk
A network of foodbanks across the UK providing emergency food and support to people in crisis:  
Information and support for adult mental health
Infoline: 0300 123 3393
Advice on debts, benefits and budgeting 
112 - 118 The Grove, London,  E15 1NS
Tel: 020 8430 2041
Expert housing advisers 
Freephone helpline: 0808 800 4444 
Autism Helpline providing confidential expert advice and support on autism for autistic people, their families and friends
https://www.autism.org.uk/  / 0808 800 4104
Bereavement support for children and their families 
0800 02 888 40
Support for young people’s mental health
Parents Helpline: 0808 802 5544
Report child abuse and seek advice 
0808 800 5000
Help and advice for children
Call 0800 1111
Domestic abuse support for women, men and children 
Freephone 24-hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline 0808 2000 247
Report concern about online sexual abuse or the way someone has been communicating with your child online: www.CEOP.police.uk


If you are worried that a child you know is at risk of serious harm through abuse or neglect: www.newham.gov.uk/reportit
0203 373 4600 (9am-5pm) or 0208 430 2000 at any other time
If you think a child is in immediate danger, phone the police immediately on 999.
Help and support for young people involved in gangs 
 0800 032 9538

 

Support and advice for children

A message from pupils about school closure.MOV

A message to all pupils from Rehan, Rezmin and Iman

This document has some facts about the coronavirus

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We know that school is closed and we don't know when it will be open again. This uncertainty is not easy for any of us. We suggest you treat each weekday as a school day - but instead of walking to school you will be logging on! As the pupils in this video say, we need to remember our school values and be resilient, happy and hopeful.

If you are worried and feel it would help to talk with someone you can call Childline.

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