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Redbridge COVID-19 cases are among the highest in London. Act now to avoid a local lockdown.

Help fight coronavirus in Redbridge
We are asking everyone in Redbridge to do their bit to keep residents safe.

You can help fight coronavirus:

  • Keep 2 metres between you and others
  • Wash or sanitise your hands regularly
  • Wear a face covering when around people you don't live with
  • If you are unwell don't visit elderly or vulnerable relatives
  • If you have symptoms, stay at home and get tested
  • Do not meet people you don not live with in a group larger than six, this is illegal
  • Avoid crowds and travelling in peak times where possible

Testing
It is really important that you get tested if you have symptoms. 
If you need to get tested, you canBook or order a test

If you have questions about testing, you can visit the government's testing pages or contact the coronavirus testing call centre on 0300 303 2713

 

 

Return to School September 2020 Information

Covid-19 FAQ

Covid-19 (coronavirus) Current Government Guidance - Help control the virus
There are three simple actions we must all do to keep on protecting each other

  • Wash hands - keep washing your hands regularly
  • Cover face - wear a face covering in enclosed spaces
  • Make space - stay at least 2 metres apart - or 1 metre with a face covering or other precautions

If you are feeling unwell, get a test and do not leave home for at least 10 days.

Read more about what you can and can't do HERE.

About Fairlop Primary School

Fairlop Primary School is a community school situated on a large, pleasant site in the north of the London Borough of Redbridge, near Barkingside and Hainault on the borders of Essex. Although the school opened in temporary huts on the field in December 1929, the foundation tablet for the present school was unveiled on 31st August 1933.

Fairlop’s overall aim is for all of our pupils to achieve the highest possible standards and fulfil their potential emotionally, academically and physically. We recognise that our pupils need to learn the skills to enable them to articulate themselves. Talk is at the core of our curriculum. This allows the children to be able to apply their knowledge and skills across a high variety of rich learning experiences which engage, inspire and challenge them.

Within a safe, inclusive and stimulating environment we aim to:

  • Give our pupils full access to the curriculum and provide opportunities to explore, discover and create with an emphasis on first-hand experience of the world around them
  • Ensure our pupils become confident, independent learners with lively enquiring minds
  • Support our pupils to develop life skills in preparation for their own future
  • Provide a caring atmosphere which promotes positive behaviour by giving pupils the skills to have respect for themselves, the people around them and the community in which they live
  • Ensure all of our pupils have their voice heard and listened to, supporting them to be confident to effectively express their opinions
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