Dear Parents


It has been a quiet week without the Seniors, we have really missed them and look forward to them returning after half term.   We have so much praise for our Seniors who are working so diligently remotely and are especially impressed with their tenacity, despite some experienced technical issues.  Our Senior teachers have once again gone above and beyond to keep their classes stimulated during this period of remote learning.

The Junior Ones arrived in fantastic attire at school this morning, ready for their ’Tiger who came to Tea’ themed day; they will be finishing this afternoon with a proper tea party with Ms Duffy and Ms Doyle.   The Form Ones arrived shortly after, and were very excited to enter their Space themed classroom this morning.  They are continuing their day surrounded by far away galaxy images whilst creating stories around possible ‘Life on Mars’.  Thank you to Mrs Rogers and Ms Moreno for creating this.

We want to again thank all the CHS children and staff on their continued high level of regard for safety and hygiene whilst at Connaught House.

The flu vaccine is scheduled for December as per our previous email and if any parents have any queries or questions regarding this vaccine, please can I direct you to Patricia Stephens, Immunisation Nurse Specialist on 02033175076, who should be able to help.

There will be more protests this weekend for our local families, details as below:

Saturday 17 October from 1pm, Stand Up to X – March for Freedom

  • The group is expected to assemble at Speakers Corner at 1pm and march to Downing Street via Oxford Street.
  • 400-500 people are expected to attend but numbers are difficult to predict.
  • There will be an proportionate policing plan in place.

Please follow @MetPoliceEvents for up to date police information.

We are looking forward to our seasonal dress up day on Thursday 22 October, the last day of school!

Now that we have entered into Tier 2 restrictions, and have personal experience of children who have tested positive displaying little or no symptoms of this virus, we do urge our families to respect the measures of social distancing that have been set by the government.


Wishing you all a safe and relaxing weekend,