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Weald Rise
Primary School

Rising to the challenge,
striving for excellence

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  • Emergency Drainage Works Near School

    Published 12/03/19

    Emergency Drainage works expected to start on 13/03/2019 and planned to be completed by 10/04/2019, weather permitting.  This work will be carried out between 08:00 to 17:00

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  • Sensory Room

    Published 04/04/19

    Weald Rise Primary School new Sensory Room phase-2 complete.  

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  • Asthma Friendly School

    Published 26/03/19

    Asthma Friendly School's Competition :

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  • Breakfast Bagels

    Published 22/03/19

    As the bagels have arrived we are good to go on Monday 25th March at 8.30am.

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  • Mufti Day and Disco

    Published 14/02/19
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  • Mufti Day and Disco

    Published 08/02/19

    Friday 15th  February 2019, Time : 09.30 to 15.15

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  • Hand-Washing Technique

    Published 05/02/19
    https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/best-way-to-wash-your-hands/
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  • Norovirus

    Published 05/02/19

    Reference Number: 205557

    Dear Parent/Guardian

    Re:Outbreak of vomiting illness at Weald Rise Primary School 

    In the last two day, there have been a number of children at the school unwell with symptoms of a viral illness. The symptoms the children have are consistent with viral gastroenteritis.  Although not confirmed, this is usually caused by Norovirus, a frequent cause of vomiting and diarrhoea in the community during the winter.  

    The most common symptom is vomiting. Diarrhoea tends to be short-lived and less severe than with other causes of gastroenteritis.  Other symptoms include nausea, abdominal cramps, headache, muscle aches, chills and fever.  The illness is usually mild in nature and gets better without antibiotics, which are not appropriate for viral illnesses.  Symptoms usually last between one and three days.  

    Norovirus is infectious and is easily spread from person to person by the faecal-oral route and by vomiting, environmental contamination and subsequent indirect person to person spread.

    Exclusion:  an affected child or member of staff is advised to stay away from school until 48 hours afterthe vomiting and/or diarrhoea have stopped. This is an important measure that we have asked the school/nursery to adopt in order to limit the spread of this infection to others. 

    We would like to emphasise the need for good hand hygiene and the supervision of this in younger children. Hands should be washed with soap and water after contact with an affected person or environment.

    If you have any queries, please contact the North West London Health Protection Team on 0203 326 1658 quoting reference number 205557.

    Yours faithfully,

    Dr Natalie Elkheir                                                                                      Mrs F. Agbaniyaka

    Public Health Specialty Registrar                                                            HEADTEACHER

    North West London Health Protection Team                                       Weald Rise Primary School

    Tel: 02033261658

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  • SENSORY ROOM

    Published 25/01/19

    Weald Rise Primary School has a new Sensory Room.  This will enable Early Years Pupils with additional needs meet their sensory development milestones.  We will also provide Stay & Play sessions for our local childminder partners.  The room was made possible with the help of a grant from Harrow Early Years Inclusion funds.  It was installed by Ultimate Dens.

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  • Fizz Free Feb

    Published 22/01/19

    Make your home a Fizz Free Zone

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  • Nurturing Parenting Programme

    Published 18/01/19

    Only   3 Space Available ...

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  • Theme of Motivation

    Published 17/01/19

    Our Chair of Governor Mr Hutton lead the school assembly on Wednesday 16th January

    Topic: M O T I V A T I O N

     

     

     

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