Dear Parents/Carers,

As you aware Halley has had to close its educational provision, in a national effort to help delay the spread of the Coronavirus. We are still providing care provision for children of key workers and those vulnerable. But we recognise in this unprecedented time we all feel some element of vulnerability. So below are some ways to help you find local support whilst the School is closed.

We will have a very small team of staff, who will be available to help if you think or are facing any sort hardship during these tricky months. Please make contact with either you class teacher (who will be making weekly contact with you), School office (during opening hours, currently 9am-3pm) or you can email us at

We wish you all the very best and that we are thinking of you all.

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Help us to stay safe, and stay open

National restrictions now apply to England – from 5th November to 2nd December

  • Individuals must not leave their homes except for specific purposes including work (where working from home is not possible), education, exercise, medical and other essential purposes.
  • You cannot meet socially with anyone indoors unless they’re in your support bubble
  • There are changes to home many people can meet outside

At Halley we are asking all parents and carers when dropping off and picking up children to wear a face covering.

Symptoms, testing and self isolation

To protect yourself and others please stay at home and get a test. Please inform the school so we offer support and advice and help with any contact tracing.

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