Update - school reopening
Y6 secondary transfer: Click here for further information.
Wellington reopened on Thursday 3rd September for children in Y1 to Y6. Children in Nursery and Reception have received an individual letter with details of when they will start, and begin to return this week.
Newsletter 1: Details of how school is operating - click here.
Newsletter 2: Details of how children arrive and leave school - click here. Click on the maps below to see the routes.
Newsletter 3: How are we keeping children safe in school? Click here or on the image below.
Click on the maps opposite to see the routes children will take when they arrive at school, and when they leave at the end of the day.
When should my child arrive at school?
- 8.45am: surnames A-B
- 8.50am: surnames C-L
- 8.55am: surnames M-Z
When should I collect my child?
- 3.15pm: Nursery, Reception Blue, Y1 Purple,
Y2 Lilac, Y3 Lime, Y4 Red, Y5 Green
- 3.25pm: Reception Pink, Y1 Mauve, Y2 Magenta,
Y3 Yellow, Y4 Orange, Y5 Aqua
- We are asking that Y6 leave school on their own. Y6 Violet will leave at 3.25pm and Y6 Indigo will leave at 3.30pm through the main school gate on Wellington Way.
To view Tower Hamlets Local Offer, please click on the logo above - your guide to information and services for families in Tower Hamlets. The Council also has a schools' page, which is being updated regularly. It can be found here and sources of help for families can be found here.
Residents' Support Scheme: The Residents' Support Scheme is designed to help residents who are either in or at risk of being in crisis or are in need of immediate help and have no source of financial support available to them. Information about the scheme can be found here.
Tower Hamlets Family Information Service is here to assist and support. They provide free, impartial information and advice on a variety of services for children, parents and families. The service operates a telephone helpline service from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. Tel: 020 7364 645 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Childline have also published information with some top tips during lockdown and what to do if you're worried. You can find it here.
If your family needs help with food, please contact the Council here.
To read advice about keeping your child safe online, click here.
For wellbeing tips, click here.
Washing your hands
Don't forget to wash your hands more often and for 20 seconds. Use soap and water or a hand sanitiser when you:
- Get home or into work
- Blow your nose, sneeze or cough
- Eat or handle food.
Welcome from the Headteacher
We hope you find our website useful in helping you find out about our school and what we do. It is full of information for our whole school community.
Wellington is a successful, happy and forward-thinking school. We pride ourselves on our rich and varied curriculum, and the wider opportunities our children have. They tell us they love their learning and enjoy coming to school.
In recent years we've had lots of building work going on as we've grown to a two-form entry school. Our learning environments are bright and well-cared for, with facilities which support all our children.
Please explore the website to find out a little more about us.
Wellington Primary @WellingtonLBTH
25 Sep Healthy Lives Families Update - Friday 25th September https://t.co/bX79HJZYsO via @Granicus
16 Jul Our Y6 exhibition 'Voices out of Lockdown' explores children's experiences of the pandemic through memory mobiles.… https://t.co/0gw0wsxF0v
15 Jul Look! Wellington’s first ever potato crop. We have sweetcorn, parsley, tomatoes, lettuce, carrots, kale, cauliflowe… https://t.co/dnobD1TO9s
13 Apr RT @TowerHamletsNow: Open TODAY in nine locations across Tower Hamlets - FREE hot meals to take away for families with children in need. M…
Latest Wellington Community Calendar Events
- End of Autumn 123Oct2020
- School closed: Holidays26Oct2020
- Teacher training day 3: School closed for children02Nov2020
- Autumn 2 begins: Children return to school03Nov2020
- End of Autumn 2: School closes for Christmas and New Year holiday18Dec2020
“My school is special because it gives me opportunities to develop my skills, to think deeply about things and to understand different points of view.” Year 5 pupil
Thank you to all our EYFS families who joined us for our 'Big Draw' workshop with Ms O'Dowd. The beautiful up-cycled bugs produced by Nursery and Reception were made from rescued laminate, scraps of card and plastic bottle tops!
The event was a great success, with parents and children proudly showing off their work and talking about their learning and enjoyment. A huge thanks to Mrs Bennett, Mrs Di Piazza and the KS2 Student Arts Ambassadors for supporting this event.
We look forward to seeing you next time!