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School Closure Information

School is closed until further notice, except for children of keyworkers, vulnerable children or children with ECHPs.    

Parents / carers must keep their children at home, wherever possible, and allow schools to remain open only for those children who absolutely need to attend during lockdown.

Should you wish contact the school, call us on 01895 444971 or email office@rabbsfarm.hillingdon.sch.uk and a member of staff will get back you as soon as they can.

We will keep our website up to date with any news. 

We ask that parents  go to 'The Learning Zone' tab, which we will keep updated with any new websites we can link you to in order to help you with home education. 

Please remember,  this is a stressful and unusual time for your children and although it is OK to have duvet days, do some cooking, gardening, crafting together, it is equally important to keep on top of more focussed activities.  Establishing a routine is very beneficial for children and helps to make them feel secure.  For emotional support, strategies and resources, please visit our ELSA page.

Keep safe and well.

The Governors and Staff at Rabbsfarm

Half Term - Monday 25th - Friday 30th May

School is now closed for Half Term, so there will be no home learning 
this week.   Home Learning will resume on 1st June 2020.

Keep safe and well.

ELSA - Going Back to School (Social Story)

We have upload and ELSA Social Story (below) to read with your child in order to help reassure them about returning to school in June.  

Letter from Mrs Neville - 14th May 2020

Please find below a copy of the letter sent to all parents upon the governments announcements that schools will open on 1st June for Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 children.    

We would be grateful if your could complete our survery regarding this by clicking on the link below:


Making your £15 Free School Meal Voucher go further

The Government have announced that young people who qualify for free school meals will be able to claim a £15 supermarket voucher to access meals while at home will leave many families wondering how to make the most of their limited budget. 

If that includes you, or your family, Bite Back 2030 has put together a guide to what you need to know about claiming; a simple shopping list and some easy meal ideas that will hopefully help families.  Click on the 'Bite Back' logo to the left to take your directly to the website.

Education Resources / Educational Psychology Service (EPS) / Emotional Literacy Support (ELSA)

The School Placement and Admissions team have pulled together as many resources as possible, in the document below, to support you and your child/ren during school closure.  These resources cover all age ranges and abilities, and although sorted into Key Stages, please do look at other areas within the document, as you may find them useful.  You can also find many more resources by visiting the Learning Zone of our website.   For emotional support, strategies and resources, please visit our ELSA  page.

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