Larkhall Primary Campus Newsletter

Friday 21stth January 2022

Dear Families

I hope you and your families are keeping well. This is the second Newsletter of 2022. As always, there is lots of information contained within this newsletter. Please take the time to read it. It is being sent via email and Dojo.


  1. Larkhall Family Centre Update
  2. Larkhall Primary Campus Nursery
  3. All Things Sport and Wonderful
  4. School of Legends Holiday Camp – February Half-Term Break
  5. Safer Internet Day
  6. Woodlark House Autism Provision News
  7. Covid Update


Below is the timetable for the Family Centre. If you can feel use any of these activities and sessions, please get in touch. Of course, please also pass this onto other families who do not currently attend Larkhall.

AM   9:00 – 12:00Little Larks Two Year Old NurseryLittle Larks Two Year Old NurseryLittle Larks Two Year Old NurseryLittle Larks Two Year Old NurseryLittle Larks Two Year Old Nursery
PM   1:30 – 3:00Baby Stay and Play 0 – 18 monthsStay and Play 0 – 5 Year Olds Stay and Play 0 – 5 Year OldsFamily Paperwork and Documentation Support

Bookings for all sessions are essential. Please contact us to secure your place


Email:  familycentre@larkhall.;

Tel:  020 7622 3820


A big welcome to all the new Little Larks (Two-Year Olds) and Larks Nursery (Three and Four-Year Olds) children have now all started this term and have settled in really quickly.

We are presently at maximum capacity of Two-Year Nursery children. A number will be moving up to the Three and Four-Year Nursery at the end of the spring term. This means we will have a small number of places for the start of the summer term. For further information and to secure a place please contact the school.


Upcoming competitions to look forward to-

  • Year 4 Dodgeball vs St. Mary’s- 31st January
  • Year 5/6 Girls Football Competition- 25th Feb
  • Year 5/6 Basketball Competition- 4th March
  • Year 5/6 Netball vs Clapham and Streatham Prep – 7th March


The legends of Winter Camp for year 1-6 children will be taking place during the February Half Term break. Adam will be offering a variety of sports and games for our children to enjoy for Please see below information about the activities on offer. 

Dates, Times and Prices

  • The week will run from Monday 14th February – Friday 18th February.
  • The day will start at 9:00am and finish at 3:15pm
  • The cost is £25 for each day

For further details please look out for the letter Adam will be sending.


This year Safer Internet Day is on Tuesday 8th of Feb. This falls in our Online Safety Week. 

I really can’t stress the importance of this. Each and every year, how our children use the internet and access online resources becomes ever more critical to their safety and development. On this day and during the entire week our children will be carrying lots of activities linked to safer internet use during their lessons. More information will be provided closer to the date.


What to do if your child develops symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) or tests positive for COVID-19 via PCR or Lateral Flow Device Test (LFD test)

Symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) are a new, continuous cough, or a high temperature, or a loss of, or change in, their normal sense of taste or smell (anosmia). Anyone with symptoms is eligible for a PCR test (the normally available test type) and this can be arranged via Get a free PCR test to check if you have coronavirus (COVID-19) – GOV.UK ( or by calling 119. 

If your child develops symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19), they should get a PCR test and remain at home at least until the result is known. If negative, the child can end self-isolation; if positive, the child should isolate until at least 10 days after their symptoms appeared. 

If the child has a positive test result (via PCR or LFD test) but does not have symptoms, they should stay at home and self-isolate for 10 days from the date the positive test was taken. This isolation period will be extended if they go on to develop symptoms by counting 10 full days from the day following their symptom onset.

That’s it from me. If there is anything else myself or a member of the team can do to help and support you during this time, please do not hesitate to get in touch in the usual ways. I am also always on the Gaskell Street gates each morning from 8:40am.

Best wishes