Tuesday, 9 February 2021

School update - key dates

Tuesday 9th February 2021

Dear Parents and Carers,

I hope you are well and have been able to enjoy some time outside in the snow. Today is a lovely day to be outside as the snow is fresh and lovely and not the slushy mess or dangerous ice that can be so horrible.

Below are some important updates and information that you should be aware of. 
School update - key dates

Monday 22nd February Suggested date the government will review the current lockdown.
 Monday 8th March Suggested date when children may return to school 
(this may be a phased return for some year groups).

Free Wi-Fi

I am pleased to say that we have secured a batch of free BT Wi-Fi vouchers that will work until the end of July 2021. If you require free Wi-Fi, please email mail@mead.havering.sch.uk and we will send you a unique username and password along with simple instructions. I have checked the Wi-Fi hotspot checker and the Harold Hill area has strong coverage.


If you have a school Chromebook, you may keep the device at home until your child returns to school.

Bubble places at Mead Primary School during the lockdown If you have requested a place for your child in school, please urgently and seriously consider whether it is essential for them to attend school. The safest place for your child is at home. Please keep your children at home if at all possible.

Google Classroom

Please do get in touch with your year group if you need any help or support.



Nursery & Reception 


Year 1 


Year 2 


Year 3 


Year 4 


Year 5 


Year 6 


General enquiries 


Key Dates

Friday 12th February Close for half term (lunchtime finish as usual) Tuesday 23rd February Bubbles reopen (8-30 start as usual)

Thursday 1st April Final day of term

Monday 19th April Back to school

Monday 3rd May School closed - May Bank Holiday

Thursday 6th May School Closed - Greater London Authority Elections Thursday 27th May Close for half term

As ever, thank you for all you are doing for your children; it is hugely appreciated by everyone at Mead. Take care and stay safe over the half term week.

Mr Denchfield

Executive Headteacher