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News from Church Hill

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  • 02/11/21

    It's that time already!

    We've ordered our Christmas tree!
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  • 07/09/21

    Tours of the garden start Monday 13th

    Book your place by coming into the office or calling 020 8520 4919
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  • 08/07/21

    Summer holiday activities

    Explore the world of E17 with these things to do in the summer
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  • 17/05/21

    Summer Playscheme booking is open

    Booking is open for our Summer Playscheme, and we are allowed to take bookings from children who don't attend our schools.
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  • 09/02/21

    What do you grown ups want to learn? Tell us!

    We want to give grown ups a chance to learn so we are planning to run some workshops for our parents/carers.
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  • 11/01/21

    Deadline for primary school applications

    The deadline for applying for a primary school place for September 2021 is this Friday: 15th January.
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  • 04/01/21

    Church Hill this week

    Please read Helen's letter to families explaining what is going on in school.  
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  • 02/11/20

    Fireworks: how to be safe

    The Child Accident Prevention Trust have written a guide on how to buy fireworks safely.
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  • 15/10/20

    Church Hill entertained a tiger

    During the Spring and Summer Lockdown, the Church Hill children had a visitor...
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  • 12/10/20

    Food Hygiene rating of 5

    Church Hill has once more been given a food hygiene rating of 5.
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  • 08/07/20

    COVID-19: Waltham Forest actions and NHS Track and Trace

      We have used the mantra 'don't guess, wait' to limit anxiety when making our plans during the pandemic. Here are 2 links that were worth waiting for, and which we hope give you information you will find useful to stay safe.
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  • 22/06/20

    Help the Council decide how to support children with SEND

    The Council is proposing to change the way they share the money they have to support children with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND). The new Funding Resource Ladder is set to replace the current band system from Tuesday 1 Septembe...
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