Letter for parents about COVID-19 symptoms

Letter for parents about COVID-19 symptoms

Public Health England have produced a letter for schools to distribute to parents which explains when a person requires a coronavirus test and what the symptoms of coronavirus are. The Department would be grateful if you could share and circulate this letter amongst parents at your school.

The intention of the letter is to help prevent children being taken out of school unnecessarily and answer some of the questions parents may have around testing.

View the letter here

NES Art Gallery 2020 Great Black Competition

NES Art Gallery 2020 Great Black Competition

A fantastic new competition to promote an awareness and appreciation of diversity, citizenship, inclusion and respect for all.

We want YOU to look at the biographies of the nominated

100 Great Black Britons



Create a unique and innovative display for our NES Art Gallery about one of these great Britons who have helped shape our country.

It could be a piece of art, a photograph or sculpture to celebrate their work and legacy.

Entries to Mrs Stonebridge, c/o your class teacher, by 16th October 2020

For further information, resources and details of a national competition please see the links below:

Link 1 Link 2 PDF HERE

Returning to School

Returning to School

Returning to School

Daniel for Year 5 has painted these wonderful pictures on his return to school.

© North Ealing Primary School

Mental Health Week 2020

Mental Health Week 2020

This Year’s Children’s Mental Health Week, we need your support to help us raise awareness of the importance of children and young people’s mental health. 

For this year’s theme Find your Brave, Place2Be is asking everyone to think about what makes them feel brave.

Around three children in every primary school class have a mental health problem and many more struggle with challenges from bullying to bereavement. Whether you’re someone who works with childrena parent or carerpassionate about spreading the word, or keen to raise vital funds for Place2Be, you can get involved and help us reach as many people as possible. 

What does bravery mean to you? What are your tips for young people on how to be brave?

Bravery comes in all shapes and sizes and what feels brave for one person might not feel brave to another. Taking even small brave steps can help you feel good about yourself and more confident to face future challenges.