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Breakfast Club

Dear Parents/Carers

We have made the decision, for the first half-term at least, not to run our Breakfast Club. We understand that this may cause some inconvenience to some families however, with current government guidance requiring schools to keep children in their class bubbles, we feel this will be the best option for the safety of your children. This decision will be kept under review and may change later in the term/year.

Join the Summer Reading Challenge with Brent Libraries!

This is a competition between schools on how many books we at Wembley Primary School can read! Let's win this challenge for Wembley Primary School. Let's show Brent that AT WEMBLEY WE READ EVERYDAY!

Click on the link to join the challenge.

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Published on 7th July

Dear Parents and Carers,

I hope you are your families are keeping well.
We have been busy updating our school risk assessment to reflect the recent government guidance for the full opening of schools.
We will be open fully in September. The term starts for staff on Wednesday 2nd September. We have 2 staff training days. The children will start the new term on Friday 4th September.

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Poems Y6

Y6 Published Poems

Published on 2nd June

During our school lockdown, Year 6 have been busy writing different genres with the content based on COVID-19. A few weeks ago, pupils were asked to write poems about how they were feeling during lockdown and five pieces of learning were chosen to be published in the Brent and Kilburn Times. 

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Returning to School - Parent Information

Published on 1st June

Monday 1st June, 2020

Dear Parents,

We have been busy over the past few weeks putting in measures to enable us to welcome back some children. The measures have been put in place as part of our risk assessment to minimise the risks of transmission of Coronavirus.
Please be aware that we cannot eliminate all risk. Children will be reminded of the 2 metre rule but as I am sure you understand this will be more difficult (even with smaller class sizes) for the younger children. Children will be kept in small bubbles to try to prevent widespread transmission of the virus.

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