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Parents and Carers

Welcome to the summer term.  It is lovely to see the sunshine and everyone back in school for the remainder of this academic year.  As always, a busy half term ahead of us as we continue 'catching up' on missed learning, sports days are planned, as are the end of term trips.

Do take a look at our wonderful Mulberry pupils playing Times Table Rockstars with Andi Peters

https://www.bt.com/tech-tips

Click on the Andi Peters video to watch our children face off against him! 

May I remind parents / carers when you enter the school you must wear a face covering and maintain a 2 metre distance.  If you have any queries or concern, do email office@mulberry.haringey.sch.uk.  Do take a look at the wonderful Mulberry pupils.


Year Group

School Start

Location

School Finish

Location

Nursery Mornings

8.50 am

Main Gate A

11.45 am

Office

Nursery Full Time

8.50 am

Main Gate A

3.45 pm

Main Gate A

Nursery Afternoons

12.45 pm

Office

3.45 pm

Main Gate A

Reception

8.50 am

Main Gate B

3.30 pm

Main Gate B

Year 1     

8.40 am

Main Gate A

3.20 pm

Main Gate A

Year 2

8.40 am

Main Gate B

3.20 pm

Main Gate B

Year 3

8.50 am

KS2 Gate

3.30 pm

KS2 Gate

Year 4

8.50 am

KS2 Gate

3.30 pm

KS2 Gate

Year 5

8.40 am

KS2 Gate

3.20 pm

KS2 Gate

Year 6

8.40 am

KS2 Gate

3.20 pm

KS2 Gate

Provision for Autism

8.45 am

Reform Road

3.15 pm

Reform Road

Communication Group

8.50 am

Main Gate A

3.30 pm

Main Gate A


Symptoms of COVID-19 are:

  • A high temperature (37.8 degrees or above)
  • A new, continuous cough
  • Loss or change to your sense of smell or taste

If your child has symptoms of COVID-19:

  • Do not send them to school
  • Your child/household should start isolating for 10 days from the start of symptoms
  • Arrange a test through NHS Test and Trace service www.nhs.uk/ask-for-a-coronavirus-test
  • Contact the school and keep in touch on 0208 801 0189
  • You should request a test for only those who are displaying symptoms

If COVID-19 test is negative

  • The household stops isolating
  • The child stops isolating and can return to school once well

If COVID-19 test is positive

  • Child/household continue isolation for 10 days from start of symptoms
  • Child can return to school once isolation ends, is well and only if no other member of the household has become symptomatic during isolation

If there is a confirmed case in school

  • Public Health England would advise the school on next steps
  • Public Health England would determine who we would need to send home which could be up to and including whole classes.

                                                            

 

                    NHS COVID-19 app Fact sheet for parents, carers and those who are 16 and over

                                                       

 Letter : Covid-19 Symptoms


 

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