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School Update



Dear Parents and Carers, 

I hope you are all well and had a good break with close families.

I am sure that you are all aware of the news of the latest lockdown, which will be reviewed on the 15th February 2021. This means that all schools in England will be closed from Monday 4th January except for the children of key/critical workers and for vulnerable children. 

We are sorry for our lovely children and will ensure that we continue to educate them as well as we can.  We know that this will be stressful for many of you.  

As with the first lockdown, we will remain open for the children of key worker parents.  Please email the School Office at if you are a key worker as soon as possible before Monday please.  

Please see below a link to the definition of a key/critical worker

We will also be in touch with individual families if they fall into a vulnerable category.

Please get in touch at if you have any further questions or concerns, we will communicate all updates with you as soon as we get them.

Best regards

Janet Berry, Head Teacher



As the Headteacher of Coombe Hill Infants’ School it is a real pleasure and privilege to welcome you to our new school website. This website has been organised in response to consultation with parents and staff. We aim to complete the update during the academic year. If you cannot find what you are looking for please contact the school office.

Please see our Virtual Tour of Coombe Hill Infant School:




Coronavirus Advice

The latest Government advice regarding schools is below:

The school has prepared a comprehensive Risk Assessment, which can be accessed below:

Coombe Hill Infant School Risk Assessment for full reopening December 2020

Please continue to support your child by talking positively about school, getting back into good  sleep routines and please try to avoid worrying them too much about the situation.  Please do let us know if you or your child are anxious about attending school.

You are no doubt aware of the government guidance as to what to do if you or your children develop coronavirus symptoms:

Stay at home for 14 days if you or any of your household have:

  • a high temperature of 37.8
  • a new continuous cough
  • a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste

Do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. 

Please continue to reinforce the need to regularly wash hands and to catch and bin any sneezes or coughs.

More information can be found at:



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