COVID-19 updates

We will be using this page to provide you with regular updates on the COVID-19 situation and specifically how it is affecting Paxton. Please check every day for general updates which will be published here.

Please also use the Year group boxes on this page for updates and information relating to your child's Year group. If individual Year groups or the school as a whole has to close, you will find lots of useful recommendations for educational and other activities to do with your child within those Year group sections. 

If you have any safeguarding concerns while school is closed - please find a directory of services and organisations by clicking here.

Thank you again for all your support and co-operation as we work to deal with this fast-moving situation. 

Update: Thursday 4th September 

Coronavirus Risk Assessment September Re-opening -Update 28th August 2020

Update: Thursday 2nd April

COVID-19 school closure arrangements for safeguarding and child protection 

NEW: letter about Easter arrangements and the term ahead 

Update: Thursday 26th March 

Letter for Key Workers about change of school venue

Update: Wednesday 25th March

Reminder about Government guidance on what your family should be doing to limit spread of COVID-19 

Update: Tuesday 24th March 

Guide to the Curriculum for all parents 

NEW: letter about safeguarding while school is closed 

Keeping your child safe online while school is closed 

Update: Monday 23rd March

NEW: letter about Key Workers 

Update: Friday 20th March

Letter about school work to do at home while Paxton is closed 

NEW: letter about Key Worker definitions 

Update: Thursday 19th March

Letter to parents and carers re. school closure 

We have added a directory of safeguarding services at this link

Letter from Croydon Council re. school closures

Poster for you to share with your child about staying safe while school is closed

Update: Wednesday 18th March

Letter to parents and carers - please read 

Update: Tuesday 17th March 

Letter to parents from Wandle Learning Trust - please read