Please click HERE for the AFA Day letter.
Read about the proposal for a School Street at Alexandra Primary school, Western Road and how to have your say HERE
SEARCH Education Trust joins the nation in mourning the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Those of us who serve young people in schools will be marking the passing of a remarkable role model of service, given to others in a spirit of humility and respect for all people, cultures and traditions. May she Rest In Peace and may the Royal Family find all the support and consolation they need to sustain them through this difficult time.
CEOSEARCH Education Trust
Hello! We are looking forward to seeing you all in September. As below the start days and times for students.
- Friday 2nd September New year 7 students ONLY
- Monday 5th September all students in from 8.25-3pm
There will be no staggered starts or late starts for students as we have had to do in recent years due to COVID restrictions and testing!
A reminder you can find all term dates here: https://heartlands.haringey.sch.uk/about-us/term-important-dates/
Please see below for your exciting reading challenge!
You can also download it here: Summer Reading Reading Pack
See below some information from the Haringey Prevent team and the Metropolitan police
Read all the arrangements for results day HERE
The deadline has now passed to sign up for an end of year trip. If we have not received any payment your child will remain onsite for Rewards on Wednesday July 20th. Thankfully the weather on these days is looking much cooler!
Below are the times for the trips. Those on the trampoline trip will be sent an individual text with your start time. Please arrive promptly at school at the time of your trip: students will be released from school once the trip has finished.
If you have any further questions please contact Ms Martin firstname.lastname@example.org
I know many of you are worried about the hot weather forecast for Monday 18th and Tuesday 18th July. We are very lucky to have a fully air conditioned building. This means learning and inside areas are kept at cool, comfortable temperatures. We take the safety of students really seriously and just like when it is very cold we assess all our activities to ensure we can continue to education the students without unnecessary risk.
In line with the red weather warning we have made some changes for the areas we can not climate control:
- Blazers are NOT necessary in this weather, students can leave these at home. We are also allowing students to wear black, tailored shorts if they have them (skirts and trousers remain a choice and some students choose trousers in this weather for skin safety)
- PE curriculum has been altered to include only inside activities with lots of rest and water breaks. There will be no off site PE
- Students will be permitted outside in the covered areas only at break and lunch but they will be strongly encouraged to eat and sit inside
- Inside spaces will be available for students at break and lunch
- Food menu has been altered to be more suitable and we have bought in extra water
- Students will be regularly reminded to drink throughout the day
- Advice to children and staff altered to give advice for travel to and from school, the importance of hydration, how to get the best of the air con (closing doors etc)
Please read the full risk assessment here: Extreme heat Risk_Assessment.doc
On the last point we urge parents to make sure students take shaded routes to and from school and avoid public transport. All staff and students should all have a refillable water bottle and apply sun block before and after school.