Hollymount School

Hollymount School
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Useful links, letters and forms.

 Web iconMerton Admissions online application system:

To order School uniform log intoWeb iconwww.schooltrendsonline.com using London as the name of the town and Hollymount Primary School as the name of school.

To order school milk please log into Web iconwww.coolmilk.com and follow the instructions on the screen.

To report an absence please ring the office or e-mail using this address.  pupilabsences@hollymount.merton.sch.uk

To pay for school dinners school trips and to receive newsletters etc,  please log into Web iconwww.parentpay.co.uk

  Autumn Lunch Menu 2017PDF icon

PDF icon  School clubs Summer 2017

PDF icon Sports Clubs and Courses in the Local Area

PDF icon Parent Handbooks


 

Arrangements for punctual arrival at school in the mornings:  PDF icon Letter from the Headteacher 

Holiday Requests:  PDF icon Letter from the Headteacher 


 

Before and after school  

Breakfast Club  

The school runs a "Breakfast Buddies Club" every morning before school, from 7.45am to 8.45am. Children enjoy a healthy breakfast and a range of activities.  Further details and how to register are available from the school office or the Breakfast Club manager, Remi Amos, tel: 07939 534966

 PDF icon After School Teatimers 


 Merton Family Services Directory

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Secondary School Information 

Raynes Park:      http://www.rphs.org.uk/

Ursuline:             http://www.ursulinehigh.merton.sch.uk/

Coombe Boys:    http://www.coombeboysschool.org/page/?pid=3

Coombe Girls:    http://www.coombegirlsschool.org/page/?pid=6

Rutlish:               http://www.rutlish.merton.sch.uk/


The move from primary to secondary school is an important time for every child. Junior Citizen child safety events encourage young people to make the right choices, promoting greater independence and well-being in later life. It is not always possible for schools to attend these events so we have developed this on-line ‘virtual safety experience’. The Junior Citizen E-Book allows young people to encounter real-life scenarios at the push of a button on a platform that they interact with on a daily basis. The Junior Citizen 'digital' resource has been designed to support the work of the Metropolitan Police's Junior Citizen schemes.    

PDF icon   Street Vibe e-Book - safety online (Suitable for secondary school age group)

 PDF icon  Junior Citizen e-Book - safety online

 PDF icon  Online Maths Resources sheet KS 1 and 2

Web icon  Alive ‘N’ Kicking Sutton & Merton Newsletter

 

 

    

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