SS Peter and Paul's Catholic Primary School News
The latest news stories from SS Peter and Paul's Catholic Primary School.
- School Closure and Remote Learning Update
A new letter has been added to the Parent Letters section of our Covid-19 Menu on the School Website. Please take the time to read this latest guidance and advice from the school.
- Remote Learning
Please note that a new 'Remote Learning' tab has been added to the 'Covid-19' section of the School Website.
- Critical Workers Letter
Following on from the last update, we are now writing to let you know further details regarding the delayed opening of SS Peter and Paul’s Catholic Primary School. This can be viewed on the School Website.
- Re-Opening Letter 1 January 2021
Due to guidance given by the Government yesterday afternoon, we are following this and altering the opening of SSPP for the Spring Term. Please take the time to read the letter which contains initial information with further details to follow later.
- Tier 3 Reminder
London is now in Tier 3 and we must all ensure we each continue to take personal responsibility to limit the spread of Coronavirus.
- Test and Trace details - Christmas period
Please take the time to read the attached letter which gives details about how school can be notified over the Christmas period if your child or direct family members have any issues with Covid.
- Important Information Year 6 Bubble
For parents with pupils in Year 6, please take the time to read the information held in this important letter about the year group isolating from tomorrow (7.12.20). Click on the link included to view the letter.
- Urgent - Christmas Book Club
We are almost at the last day to make your final orders for our Scholastic Book Club.
These must be completed online by Friday 4th December.
- Christmas Book Club Final Week
We really need parents to make more use of this fantastic, low price, free delivery system.
- Covid Case Update
We have been advised, there has been a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the school.
We are continuing to monitor the situation and are following government guidance.