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Update on the return to school for the Spring term 2021

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Welcome to Mowlem Primary School.

 

Mowlem is an outstanding school. We are ambitious, inclusive and committed to excellence. We promote high standards across the curriculum and all aspects of school life.

Our website aims to keep you updated on life at Mowlem, how we work and what we feel is important to us as a whole school community.

At Mowlem children thrive in a rich learning environment where they are safe, happy and enjoy school. We aim to promote life-long learning through a rich and exciting curriculum.

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Vision & Values

To provide a supportive, stimulating environment where all children are equipped with the skills to reach their full potential, becoming confident individuals with the knowledge and skills to achieve their aspirations and ambitions

For children to develop a love of and pride in their learning, fostered through high quality teaching which is responsive to individual needs and an engaging, relevant and challenging curriculum.

Our Curriculum

  • Maths
  • English
  • Science
  • History
  • Geography
  • Art & Design
  • Design Technology
  • Computing
  • French
  • Music
  • PE
  • Religious Education
  • PSHE
  • Forest School

Our Results

93

Reading

93

Writing

93

Maths

  • Combined RWM90%

Update on the return to school, Spring Term 2021

Due to the national lockdown, primary schools are currently closed:

  • From Tuesday 5th January, learning for the majority of children will be online. All children have their login details in their remote learning book. Teachers will provide new learning each day and will be available until 3.30pm each day to support the learning.
  • To read our information for parents about remote learning, click here. To read our policy, click here.
  • The only children from YR to Y6 able to attend school will be those of critical workers and vulnerable children.
  • We expect this situation to continue until at least Monday 8th March. There will be a government update on Monday 22nd February on when schools may open more widely.
  • The government have worked with some mobile networks (Three, SMARTY, Virgin Mobile, Tesco Mobile, Sky Mobile, O2, EE, Vodafone) to increase data allowances where families do not have fixed broadband at home. If you have access to these networks, and you meet the criteria, please click on the link below to provide the account holder’s name, your mobile number, your mobile network and whether you pay monthly or pay as you go:  https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=-kouaHc3rUO3QmXZYvIrEz-lWWD7o6ZDsTcZdC1DkYBUMjlUVk9VUVhNSUlLSU9aOEE2MEw1VU1OUy4u 

 

 

Children of critical workers

Critical workers are defined by the government as parents whose work is critical to the coronavirus response in the following sectors:

  • Health and social care
  • Education and childcare
  • Key public services (justice system, religious staff, charities and workers delivering frontline services, public service broadcasting, management of the deceased)
  • Some areas of local and national government
  • Food and other necessary goods
  • Public safety and national security
  • Transport and border sectors
  • Utilities, communication and financial services

The full list of critical workers can be found here: 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-maintaining-educational-provision/guidance-for-schools-colleges-and-local-authorities-on-maintaining-educational-provision

 

Vulnerable children

Vulnerable children are those who are assessed as being in need by social services, have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) or are identified as vulnerable by school or the local authority. 

Nursery provision

Government guidance allows us to make nursery provision available for any family who wishes to take it up. For those children at home, we will continue to offer a full remote learning programme and their place is not at risk. If you would like to take up your Nursery place, please contact the office to let us know, and we will work with you to return your child to Nursery in a way that keeps the children and staff as safe as we can, whilst still giving your child a full early years experience. 

Support for residents

For the latest Covid information from the council visit www.towerhamlets.gov.uk/coronavirus

Tower Hamlets Local Offer is the best place to find accurate and up to date information on all sources of support within the Borough.

https://www.localoffertowerhamlets.co.uk