School reopening 8th March 2021
School closure January 2021
Symptoms of Coronavirus
- A cough
- A fever
- A loss or change in your sense of smell or taste
If you, or any member of your household or support bubble have any of the symptoms above, your child should not attend school.
You must telephone the school office and arrange testing immediately, following the links below:
Newsletter and return to school in September information - July 2020
Wellbeing and Mental Health
We hope that you are all managing to stay safe and well. It can feel a little overwhelming at times with all of the news, changes to routine and structure and just not knowing. We hope that like us at school, you've been taking part in the Joe Wicks workouts in the mornings and if not, are at least managing to get out for a walk, run or cycle. Making sure that we care about our wellbeing and mental health is just as important as looking after your physical health. We have put together some resources for you that might make it a little easier to get through the times ahead. We will update these resources from time to time with more things for you all to do as a family or things to keep children entertained.
Have a look at the Action for Happiness calendar belows - it has some lovely ideas.
Wellbeing & Mental Health resources
Keeping active in Lockdown
Have a look in the gallery at the lovely Spring images from around our school.
Staying Safe - Domestic Abuse
Information for keyworker and vulnerable children attending school w/c 20th March 2020
School closure newsletter - March 2020
SCHOOL CLOSURE - UPDATE
Chatsworth Primary School will be closed to the majority of pupils from the end of the day on Friday 20th March. If you are a key worker, your child will be able to come to school. Please complete the form on the letter sent home with your child today (19th March) and return it to school or telephone us as soon as possible so that we can make sure we are prepared for Monday 23rd March. We will do everything we can to stay open for key worker children and vulnerable children over the next fortnight AND during the Easter holiday. All the staff join me in wishing you well over the next month or so. Don’t forget – we will be here to help you if you need support in any way – call in to the office or telephone us and we will help you in any way we can.
Plans are in place to provide the children with work to do over the next fortnight while school is closed. Again, this will all be on the website from Monday 23rd March.
Stay safe and thank-you for your messages of support, they have been greatly appreciated.