We are delighted to have pupils and staff back at school for the Autumn 2020/21 term.
To keep in line with government social distancing guidelines and minimising contacts pupils and staff are working in designated ‘hubs’ and we will be minimising visitors to the school based on priority of need.
Any visitors to the building are asked to kindly wash their hands on arrival and wear a face covering. Please read the schools Covid-19 risk assessment document before visiting the school: Visitor Risk Assessment
If you are a prospective parent/carer who would like more information about the school please contact the admin office who will give you further information about visits to the school.
All meetings are being held remotely through our online meeting platform, Microsoft TEAMS.
The school office is open Monday – Thursday 8.30am-4.00pm and on Fridays 8.30am-3.30pm
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any further information about school business.
The school has a Safeguarding policy, which follows Wandsworth guidelines. All staff receive regular training on safeguarding issues.
Safeguarding is extremely important to us. If concerns are raised we are obliged to investigate, we do this as a way of protecting the children. This is not intended to be accusatory nor cause offence, please understand the children’s well-being is our main concern.
If your child arrives at school with bruises or scratches, your child’s teacher, the school nurse, safeguarding lead or Senior Leader will contact you to ask how the marks occurred. This is something we are required to do and is in no way accusatory. Follow up is a necessary procedure but we are well aware that all children can bump themselves or pull against their equipment. If we notice a mark when they arrive at school, we will send home a body map detailing where we have noticed the mark.
Likewise, if your child arrives home with fresh bruising or scratches, please contact either the class teacher or Headteacher and they will find out what happened. If your child has an accident, the school will of course notify you. The people with overall responsibility for safeguarding are the safeguarding leads and the school nurse.
You can download the schools Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy document from the Downloads section below.
The Friends of Greenmead (FOG) is the registered charity of Greenmead School. It depends on the support of parents, friends and staff for its success. Through FOG’s fundraising activities, Greenmead pupils have access to a range of facilities which would not otherwise be available. This includes funding Music Therapy. New parents are encouraged to join. If you would like to make a donation to the school please contact the school office or go to www.justgiving.com
Charity Name: Friends of Greenmead Charity No.: 1012795