Safeguarding of children

If the school needs to close to the vast majority of children, we want to assure you that safeguarding of children is paramount.  Should you have concerns regarding safeguarding or child protection please click here to access the Haringey website for children's social care. We have also provided below information on supporting your child should you have concerns during these this challenging time.

Mental health and wellbeing

Children and young people may be worried about the impact of coronavirus, social distancing or self-isolation. Those who already have mental health difficulties such as anxiety might be finding things particularly tough. Talk to them about what’s happening, check how they’re feeling and keep them as well informed as you can.

Tell children and young people where they can go if they are worried about anything or need to talk to someone while school is closed.

Childline provides a range of online tools that young people might find helpful:

Childline can also give confidential help and advice. Calls to 0800 1111 are free or children can get support online.

New Reception

Welcome to New Reception Parents - Reception Parents Meeting 1st July 2021. For our PowerPoint presentation click here.

Welcome to new reception pupils and their families who will be joining us in September 2021. Please find below our Reception Welcome Video (3 mins).

On this page you will also find useful parent information. The links on the right contain details about our school meals (prices and menus etc.), paying for school meals online via ParentMail, our various school clubs including breakfast and after-school clubs.

Please visit our E-Safety page. There are links to websites with activities and games for children to raise their awareness of keeping safe online, and useful links for you as parents to raise your own awareness and tips for minimising risks at home.

Our Health and Welfare section has information about what we do in case of accident or illness, our guidelines re. children and medication in school as well as other general guidance including use of inhalers and headlice.

Class Representatives
This document is produced in recognition of the huge amount of work that goes in to supporting the class teacher as ClassEvery yEvery year parents volunteer to be a class representative (class rep). Class reps help communicate between teachers and parents/ carers directly. They keep you informed about class specific events and requests and send you reminders. It is also a great way to meet other parents that are part of the Tetherdown community. If you are able to spare some time to volunteer for this, please tell your class teacher. Click here to find out more about being a class rep.

Other useful websites:

Parent Survey 2019
Recently the school undertook a Parent Survey. Please click here to view the results of this survey.

Parent Workshops

We often hold workshops and meetings for parents on a variety of topics. Where possible we will put any materials and resources from those sessions here.

Parent Leaflet

Parent Reminders that will help support the Office and School

Click here to view our gentle reminders that will help support us. Thank you.
School Meals
Governors Maintenance Fund
Health and Welfare