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July 3rd Update

It has been wonderful to welcome back the children from Rec, Year 1 and Year 6 since the phased reopening began in June.  The children have really benefited from this and the staff have enjoyed having real contact with the children instead of the virtual learning that has taken place.  Many parents are still reluctant to send their children back at the moment but from September the expectation will be that all the children will come back to school.  We will continue with all the safety measures and ensure that children and adults follow the guidance provided by the government.  More information will be sent out in due course.  For those who are still at home, it is important that they continue their online learning.  Learning packs are available for those families who do not have access to computers or the internet.  Please contact Mrs Dhak if you need Home Learning Materials.



June 19th Update

Year 6 pupils have had the opportunity to be in school since June 15th. The children have been placed in small groups called "Bubbles" in order to minimise the risk of infection. In addition to this, the school has introduced other safety measures. This has been a very positive experience for both pupils and staff. The school is considering how we may open up for more pupils before the summer.

Some of you have been contacted already via the online survey. Thank you for your responses so far. Please note that not all Year Groups will be able to return due to the Social Distancing Measures at present so your Year Group may not have been contacted.


We are currently awaiting further official guidance about the reopening of schools in September. We will inform you about this once we have further information. In the meantime, thank you for supporting your child with "Home Learning" since the Lockdown.

June 1st Update - Y6

Year 6 Parents have been contacted regarding the first phase of the proposed reopening of the school on June 15th. This will be for Year 6 only to begin with.  Other year groups to follow after this date; we will contact you if we feel it is safe to extend this beyond Y6. Many thanks. 

School Reopening Update

Dear Parents and carers, the school continues to remain closed to all pupils with the exception of the children of Critical Workers. The Senior Leadership Team and Governors are planning for a safe phased reopening of the school. Therefore, St Anselm's will not reopen on June 1st due to our current risk assessment. When we feel that it is safe enough to open we will begin with a small number of children. You will be informed when your child's class is being invited back to school and the detailed plans will be shared at the appropriate time. In the meantime keep the whole school community in your prayers. Kind regards, Dcn Tito and the School Team

School Reopening

Dear Parents, many of you are wondering if the school will reopen on June 1st.  The school is currently awaiting further guidance from the Government. Just to be clear, the school will remain closed unless it is safe to reopen.  If the school is ready for a phased re-opening, we will inform you and give you further details. In the meantime, do not assume that the school will open again on June 1st. The school is closed until further notice. (May 12th update)


Learning Packs

Most children have been doing some fantastic online learning set by their teachers.  The learning packs sent out at the start of the closure are also being used well. If you do not have a computer at home, additional learning packs are available.  Please contact the school beforehand and we can arrange a collection time. 



Dear Parents the following website may be useful to look at and you may qualify for extra help especially if you have children who are under 4 years old. 



Dear Parents, many of the children are using the J2 Launch App in order to complete their homework.  This is easier for the teachers to comment on  and give direct feedback to the children who are also able to ask questions about the tasks to their teachers.  Please encourage your children to use this. The J2 Launch App can be found in the Children's tab on the website.




Thank you for filling in the Computer and Internet Access Survey. We will be issuing new learning packs for families who have not got access to the internet. (April 15th)



Domestic Violence

SInce the Covid-19 crisis there has been a lot of pressure on families, both financially and emotionally.  If you find yourself in a difficult situation please ask for help. 


Information and support on domestic abuse:

Police: 999 press 55 when prompted if you can’t speak. The police will be able to track you if you do this.

Refuge UK wide 24-hour helpline: 0808 2000 247

Also, Southall Black Sisters can help and offer advice:




The Foodbank is still open at St Mellitus Church, Hanwell W7

Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 10am - 12 noon. Please do not go to the Southall location as this is currently closed. You can use your long term foodbank voucher that was given to you before the school closed.