Coronavirus Info

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Potential Phased School Reopening from June 1st 2020 – click here.

Letters Home:

We encourage you to keep up to date with the latest developments and continue to follow government guidelines.  Useful links:

Related School News and Helpful Links

Lockdown Blossoms – A Spring Collection

The school will be creating a book, which we will print and bind when we are all back together.

Children across the school are being asked to make and share creative works.

The theme is SPRING. Work can include:

  • Drawings
  • Paintings
  • Stories
  • Poems
  • Puzzles
  • Flower pressings
  • Descriptive observations of the changes they perceive as they go for their walks
  • Comics
  • Anything else they think of


Please upload any contributions the child wants to make to Google Classroom or email direct to:  Multiple entries welcome.

 Home Close – keep the smiles on residents faces

Tracey Carter, activities coordinator at Home Close (the local care home to which our children visit from time to time) has been in touch to share that the home is on black alert and residents will no longer be receiving visits from families or friends.  She has asked if our pupils would be interested in helping keep the smiles on our residents faces through this difficult time by writing letters or stories/drawing pictures.

There will be a post box outside the home entrance. If you live locally, please do consider whether your children can work on something to deliver to them.

Home Close, Cow Lane, Fulbourn CB21 5HB

Other Links:

Parenting In A Pandemic: Helping You Be The Parent You Want To Be Right Now

School of Sophia are hosting a 6-week online course to speak so your children will listen, feel safe & supported, & return your home to the sanctuary it’s meant to be -even whilst juggling work & “school” from home. For more info click HERE. Early bird pricing if you sign up before 7th May and use discount code BIRTHDAY50 for a further discount.


A Walking Guide to the Fulbourn Area

Local News – Food Hub Cherry Hinton

St Andrew’s Church and the Cherry Hinton Residents Association, who are jointly running the ‘What will Help’ Cherry Hinton Covid 19 Emergency Response, have been asked by the City Council to get a ‘food hub’ into Cherry Hinton.

Wednesdays and Saturdays 2-4pm

The Community Fridge at St Andrews will be open to all, no referrals needed and will be stocked with an admittedly random selection of whatever is surplus in local shops or catering businesses. We will almost always have some bread and fresh fruit and veg, and will also try to stock basic toiletries. We will be stocking frozen ready meals for those who have difficulty cooking. Bring your own bag please!!

With this hub we will also be able to receive direct donations of popular dry goods or toiletries (within sell by date) which can be delivered to the back Church Centre door from 1-2pm on Wed and Sat.
Want to do your bit to help those who are struggling? Financial donations to this local cause can be made via the Resident’s Association website:

5 Golden Keys, by Helle Heckmann: Sleep, Movement, Food, Rhythm and Love – here is a link to some parenting workshops by Helle Heckmann exploring these themes.

Floris Books blog: –

Simplicity Parenting HOME PAGE and PODCAST

Stories for Children in Times of Trouble – The Little Prince installments

Talking to Children about COVID 19

Online Safety:

  • Internet matters – for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
  • London Grid for Learning – for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
  • Net-aware – for support for parents and careers from the NSPCC
  • Parent info – for support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online
  • Thinkuknow – for advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online
  • UK Safer Internet Centre – advice for parents and carers

Our IT specialist John Timperio has offered to help families set up parental controls for a small fee, please contact him directly to arrange this: