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Welcome back to all Courtland children.

Home COVID-19 test kits for families of Primary School Pupils

As lockdown restrictions gradually ease, twice weekly rapid testing for people without symptoms will help to stop the virus spreading. To help keep us safe at Courtland, please collect your home test kit using the following link:

https://www.barnet.gov.uk/home-testing-kits

You can collect your home test kits from these sites:

  • Watling Community Centre (HA8 0TR) from 1pm to 8pm
  • Osidge Lane Car Park, Southgate (N14 5DU) from 1pm to 8pm
  • Fenella Building Car Park, Middlesex university (NW4 4BS) from 1pm to 8pm.

You do not need to make a booking to collect your home test kit, but the person collecting the kit must be aged 18 or over.

You can check online if the location is busy before you go. You will be asked for your name and contact details.

When arriving at the collection site, you are required to wear a face covering, unless you are exempt or have a reasonable excuse in accordance with the latest government guidelines.

Reporting your test results

You must report your result which is quick and easy: https://www.gov.uk/report-covid19-result

It is really important to report both positive and negative results online.

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Healthy Schools London Award

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We are very proud to announce that we have been awarded the Healthy Schools Bronze award for another three  years.

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  • General
    21 January 2021
    Virtual School Library
    Dear Parents and Carers, Just to let you know that the Oak National Academy and the National Literacy Trust have come together to launch a Virtual School Library to keep children reading during lockdown. Every week, a popular children's author will become the ‘Author of the Week’ and provide a free book or audiobook and exclusive videos and activities aimed at primary school children, all available at https://library.thenational.academy/ The first Author of the Week is Dame Jacqueline Wilson DBE, who talks about how her infamous character Tracy Beaker got her name, offers exclusive activities and recommends her top reads to check out. The Story of Tracy Beaker is also available to read for free for a week. Thank you,
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