Updated 19th April 2021

School is now fully open to all children and are expected to attend each day if they are well. Grange Park Infant & Nursery School continue to follow our coronavirus precautions and procedures set out in our Risk Assessment below.

Please do not bring your child to school if your child or someone in your household has:

  • a high temperature
  • a new, continuous cough
  • a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste.

In this case, your child must not come to school and should remain at home for at least 10 days from the date when their symptoms appeared. Anyone with symptoms will be eligible for a PCR test (the normally available test type) and this can be arranged via or by calling 119.

All other household members who remain well, must stay at home and not leave the house for 10 days. This includes anyone in your ‘Support Bubble’.

Further information is available at:

Risk Assessment for the Full Re-opening of School – 8th March

Mrs Thapar has conducted a new risk assessment for the re-opening of school on 8th March, and we hope you will find that our plans protect all children, parents and staff as much as possible. You can view the risk assessment in PDF form below.

View ‘Risk Assessment for the full Re-opening of the school on 8th March’ (PDF file)

COVID-19 Catch-Up Premium

You can find details of how we intend to use our allocated COVID-19 Catch-up Premium on its own page below.

Go to the COVID-19 Catch-up Premium page

Closure Letter (4th January)

Download this letter in PDF form

Remote Education on Google Classroom

Whilst the school is closed, we are providing online learning and you must login to Google Classroom to access your child’s work.  All parents were given login details last term however if you have forgotten them, please email your child’s teacher and they will arrange for a reminder to be sent to you. Teacher’s email addresses can be found on the ‘My Year Group‘ pages.
If you have a technical problem with Google Classroom, please email Please include what device you are using to sign in, and what problems you are having.

Children of critical workers / vulnerable children

The school will remain open to children who are designated as vulnerable, and to children of critical workers. More information can be found on the GOV.UK website:

GOV.UK – Critical workers and vulnerable children who can access schools or educational settings (opens in new tab)

Please email if you have any queries about this.

If your child is attending school, and they or anyone in your household experiences:

    • a high temperature
    • a new, continuous cough
    • a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste

or if they or anyone in your household tests positive for COVID-19, PLEASE DO NOT BRING YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL. Please send an email to and let us know whether the person experiencing the symptoms has had a test, when they were diagnosed and what date their self-isolation ends.

Provision of meal vouchers for eligible families

Parents of children who are eligible for Pupil Premium will be contacted separately and meal vouchers will be arranged.

Families who have travelled abroad

If you have travelled abroad during the Christmas break, you must check the quarantine rules for the country you have visited, and self-isolate for the required amount of time after returning to the UK.

Letter from Mrs Thapar, 31st December 2020

Dear Parents
I hope you are all safe and well and have had a lovely break so far. I am sure you have heard the latest news regarding school closures. Hillingdon is one of the 22 Boroughs where children will not return to school on January 5th 2021.
I have had a meeting with School’s Senior Management Team and we have discussed contingency plan which I will share with you as soon as details are finalised.
This is what we know so far:-
  • Infant, Junior and Primary schools to only open for vulnerable and critical workers’ children until 18th January 2021. The Nursery will have the same arrangements as the main school
  • Critical worker parents or carers are able to notify schools that their children require full-time on-site provision.
  • Vulnerable children are expected to attend full-time on-site provision where it is appropriate for them to do so. This should remain a priority for primary educational providers.
  • Remote education should be of high quality and provided for all other pupils, the teachers will have this up and ready for Tuesday.
  • Eligible families will be sent School Meal Vouchers.
  • We know the families who don’t have remote access and we will contact you separately.
In the meantime, I wish you and all your families a Happy New Year for 2021.
Yours sincerely
Kiran Thapar
Head Teacher
Grange Park Infant and Nursery School

Activities and resources

In addition to Google Classroom, you may find this list of resources and activities useful.

Visit the Learning at home page (opens in new tab)


Risk Assessment & Remote Learning Evaluation (January)

A review of our risk assessment for COVID-19 was conducted in January and this can be viewed below:

Review of Risk Assessment January 2021 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) (PDF file)

An evaluation of our Remote Learning provision conducted by the Head Teacher can be viewed below:

Remote Learning Evaluation (PDF file)

Remote Learning Education Provision for Parents and Carers (PDF file)