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School Closure & Partial Reopening Information
for children of workers critical to the COVID 19 response
The school will remain closed during the government lockdown but has remained partially open for the provision of critical workers and vulnerable families. The wider reopening of the school begins on Monday 8th June – this will allow children of eligible year groups to gradually being to return to school. Not all eligible year groups will return on this date. If your child is eligible to return and you have chosen for them to attend school, you must notify the school in advance. For more information please read the latest parent FAQ document – click here. The wider reopening of the school to more children is dependent on the continued availability of first aiders and staff fit to work.
If you believe you meet the government’s criteria to be classed as a critical worker or would like further information on this please read the following important update – click here. You will have been contacted by the senior leaders if our school records indicate you meet the government’s criteria to be eligible for childcare during the partial reopening. However if you have not received a call yet and believe you are eligible or your circumstances have changed – please contact the school on email@example.com
We will keep you up to date with any new information we get from the authorities via the school website:
Free School Meals – Eligible Families Only
Parents of pupils who are eligible for free school meals via the benefits system have been contacted about the voucher system the government has launched and the school has made available food parcels for collection. If you have any further queries or have not received your entitlement and believe you are eligible please contact the school by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you believe you are eligible for free school meals or your circumstances have changed your entitlement, please apply to Newham Pupil Services – click here for more details.
Information about support for vulnerable families can be found here.
Our website has a Home Learning page which you can access by clicking here or alternatively click the Home Learning tab on the menu bar at the top of this page.
Wellbeing including health & safety
Have you read our Maryland Wellbeing Check Up letter?
Newham CAMHS offers therapeutic online workshops for young people and parents/carers – book now by clicking the following link:
More information can be found by clicking the following links:
For home learning safeguarding information please visit our home learning page here.
NHS hand washing video: how to wash your hands properly
Children’s Centre Services Update
The school leaders will regularly check emails remotely and will try to answer any questions you may have if sent to email@example.com. Please do not contact staff on their personal email address or leave messages on the school answering machine.
Please be safe and we hope to see you soon.
Maryland Primary Senior Leadership Team
A warm welcome to Maryland Primary School and Children’s Centre from Headteacher, Mrs. Lorna Jackson, Cert.Ed., B.Ed, NPQH.
Our school is in Stratford, the home of the London 2012 Olympics. We are situated close to the Olympic development, Stratford Town Centre and Stratford City. On site is our Children’s Centre which offers a wide range of services to the community We pride ourselves on being a diverse school. We have over 450 children from 34 countries representing 40 different languages and 53 dialects.
So, what is unique about Maryland School?
“curriculum innovation” “excellent outdoor environment” “model school” “inspire ambitious pupils”
“outstanding teaching” “one of the highest attendance rates in Newham” “commitment to safeguarding (link)”
To read about our uniqueness in more detail click here.
If you are ever in the area, pop in to see us – we love visitors!
Maryland becomes a School for Success
Maryland has been selected by the Mayor of London, as a School for Success, because of the fantastic progress pupils make. Maryland is in the top 6% of schools in London for progress!
We were given the Schools for Success award based on our 2018 results. Once again our 2019 results are excellent and we are performing above the national average for progress at KS2 in reading, writing and maths.
We are also above the national average for attainment with 73% of pupils achieving the expected standard in reading, writing and maths compared to 65% nationally!
What do our pupils say about Maryland Primary School?