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    Information regarding COVID-19

    Future Academies’ highest priority is the wellbeing of its pupils, staff and wider communities.

    We are following the Government and Public Health England’s advice on managing the COVID-19 virus and have been closely monitoring the situation. As such, we have taken the decision to close Churchill Gardens Primary Academy today.

    This closure comes as a result of the unprecedented challenges that COVID-19 presents to our communities. This week, student attendance has decreased, alongside an increase in staff absence due to the latest guidance from the Government and Public Health England.

    At present, Churchill Gardens Primary Academy will remain closed until further notice. Any further closures will be communicated here, or if you are a parent/guardian, via letter and text message. The school will operate a monitored answer machine for urgent messages; please dial 020 7798 2050 to access this service.

    During this challenging time, we hope to minimise the disruption to our students’ education as much as possible and we have set students work to complete on a daily basis.

    We are implementing plans to provide food for students eligible for Free School Meals; parents/guardians have been contacted directly on this. Contact the number above if you have a query on this.

    Thank you to all staff, both those in the classrooms and those who work behind the scenes, for their commitment and sacrifice during these times.

    Please follow the latest guidance from the Government and we will continue to monitor the situation closely.

    We are pleased to have you visit our website – whether you are  currently a pupil here, a past pupil, a parent or deciding if Churchill Gardens is the school for your child.

    You probably want to know what your child will learn in school and how things are taught these days. You will want to know more about the special projects at our school like swimming, sailing, strings lessons or breakfast club. Most importantly of all, you will want to be reassured that your child will be safe and happy here.

    All of us want the very best for your child, whatever their starting points.  We want pupils to leave as well-rounded, high-achievers in the academic subjects, music, sport and art.  We need to all work together as a team – we need the help of every family if all children are going to aim high and do their best.

    We hope that our website will give you as much information as possible about our school. We hope that you will find this a useful guide but if you have any questions, concerns or ideas that you would like to share, we would be pleased to hear from you.

    If you would like to visit the school, please let us know a convenient time for you so that we can arrange to meet.

    With best wishes from,

    Mrs Ajeigbe

    We are on our way to 'Outstanding'

    At its OfSTED inspection in December 2019, Churchill Gardens Primary Academy was judged as having enough evidence of improved performance to suggest that it might be judged 'outstanding' at its next inspection.

    A copy of the report can be found here. 



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    Churchill Gardens Primary Academy

    Ranelagh Road, London, SWIV 3EU
    Tel: 020 7798 2050