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Buckland Road,
Chessington, Surrey,
KT9 1JE 0208 397 2006 admin@castlehill.rbksch.org

Castle Hill Primary

Castle Hill Primary

COVID19 Information

During the global pandemic of COVID19, we have created a page where you can access all information regarding remote education, mental health, support and the latest government guidance. 

Letters and Communication

PDF icon11th June - letter from PHE

PDF icon18th January - letter from Director of Children's Services

Resources for parents, carers and children

Web icon Back to school after lockdown - tips from an NHS Psychologist

Web icon Coronavirus: wellbeing activity ideas

Web icon Covid, anxiety and stress - resources & links

Web icon Eight ways to support your anxious child during the coronavirus pandemic

Web icon Loneliness during coronavirus

Web icon Supporting your child during the pandemic - Young Minds

Remote Learning

Web icon Click here to access our remote learning page

Government Guidance

Web icon UK Government COVID website

Web icon Guidance for schools, parents and carers and students

Web icon NEW - Information for parents and carers: coronavirus (COVID-19) -  Information & guidance for parents and carers of children attending early years settings, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. 

Web icon NEW - COVID-19: guidance on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing - Advice for parents and carers on looking after the mental health and wellbeing of children or young people during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Web icon NEW - Please see PHE’s blog on COVID-19: reintroducing confirmatory PCR testing for further information.

Who to contact

Please see below who to contact and for what reason. If in doubt, call the office on 020 8397 2006.

Your child's mental health and wellbeing - Miss McGrath, our Mental Health First Aider. 020 8397 2006

Free school meals - Mrs Peacock, our Family Liaison Officer 020 8397 2006

Safety of a child - Mrs Johnson, Mr Davis or Mrs Peacock, our designated safeguarding leads. 020 8397 2006