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    Published 08/07/21

    On 06 July CT Policing launched an online ‘drop-in’ clinic on Netmums. It will be open for six weeks to allow everyone the opportunity to ask questions about Prevent and seek advice about radicalisation and extremism.

    Not all children are vulnerable to radicalisation but some are, and every parent and carer needs to know the potential risks and what to look out for. The forum will assist in understanding this better, but there are also informative articles on the Netmums website to find out how to make your child digitally savvy to help protect them and help make them more resilient to potential risks. There is also advice on how to have a conversation with your child about the potential risks of radicalisation as you would with drugs, sexting and child sexual exploitation.

    We are here to help and to listen. You will not be wasting our time. The earlier you tell us your worries, the quicker we can get help for the person you care which will protect them from being groomed and radicalised.

    Go to Netmums to read the forum []

    Find out more by visiting or If you are concerned act early and seek advice from the advice line on 0800 011 3764

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  • Holiday Activities and Food Programme 2021

    Published 05/07/21

    Please find below the Holiday Activities and Food leaflet from the Local Authority. The leaflet has been updated with camps that are already full to save parents/carers trying to book and finding it frustrating.

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    Published 25/06/21
    After many years at Heston for most, and a few years for some who joined us post-16, the annual Year 13 Farewell BBQ was held on the 28th of May.  Well over 130 students attended and the field was abuzz with games, music and laughter.  Year
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  • Introducing Yr6 to Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’

    Published 25/06/21
    On Thursday 17 June, Ms Ghatore and Mrs Kyriacou led an interactive Zoom session introducing Year 6 pupils at Wolf Fields Primary School to Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth.’ Firstly, Mr Abdulla, Learning Co-ordinator of Year 7, welcomed s
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    Published 22/06/21

    On Tuesday 22 June, here is where residents can...  

    Get Vaccinated!         

    Book an appointment via or call 119:    

    • Brentford Fountain Leisure Centre- 658 Chiswick High Road, Brentford TW8 0HJ — Open 08:00 – 20:00. 
    • Compass Centre- Compass Centre, Bath Road, Heathrow, TW6 2GW- Open 08:00 – 19:00
    • One of Hounslow’s five community pharmacy sites   

    Get PCR Tested!     

    Mobile PCR Testing Units:      

    • Beaversfield Park, Hounslow (TW4 7JF) — Open 09:00 – 15:00 Church of the Good Shepherd (TW4 6HJ) — Open 10:00 – 18:00 
    • Tesco Hayes, Bulls Bridge (UB2 5LN) — Open 10:00 – 18:00  
    • Bell Road, Hounslow (TW3 3NX) — Open 09:00 – 15:00*   

    *You can drive to this site and remain in your car as you receive a test. 

    • Sainsburys Chiswick (W4 5UT) — Open 09:00 – 17:00
    • Holy Trinity Church, Hounslow High Street (TW3 1HG) — 09:00 – 17:00

     Local PCR Testing Sites:      

    • Brabazon Road Sports Court, Hounslow (TW5 9LR) — Open 08:00 – 20:00    
    • Padstow Walk car park, Feltham (TW14 9XU) — Open 08:00 – 20:00     
    • Stamford Brook car park, Chiswick (W4 1NH) — Open 08:00 – 20:00 (Please book an appointment here: When booking, select “do not have symptoms” and then “I was asked to take a test by the Local Authority.” Please also walk to this site if you can, as there is no parking on site and parking is very limited nearby).     
    • Hounslow House — 7 Bath Road, Hounslow (TW3 3EB) — Open 08:00 – 16:00  
    • Heston Library — New Heston Road, Hounslow TW5 0LW — Open 06:30 – 17:30 Mon-Fri, or 08:00 – 16:00 Sat/Sun  
    • Isleworth Library — Twickenham Road, Isleworth TW7 7EU — Open 08:00 – 16:00    
    • Bedfont Library — Staines Road, Feltham TW14 8DB — 08:00 – 16:00   

    Or book an appointment at a regional PCR test site via  

    • Twickenham Stadium (TW2 7BA) entrance at the rear via Whitton Dene — Open 08.00 – 20:00*  
    • Heathrow Airport Car Park E2, Eastern Perimeter Road (TW6 2SQ) — Open 08:00 – 17:00*  

    *When booking, select “do not have symptoms” and then “I was asked to take a test by the Local Authority.” Drive through site only. 

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    Published 16/06/21

    VACCINATION — Walk in to the clinics this week without an appointment:

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  • Surge Testing and Vaccination 16/06/21

    Published 16/06/21

    Step Up For Hounslow! 


    Here is some new information for you to share please, as part of our ‘Step Up For Hounslow!’ campaign. 

    • Hounslow Council’s Leader, Cllr Steve Curran, made a statement in response to the Government’s announcement yesterday [14 June] to extend the roadmap by four weeks. You can read it here:  

    • Efforts to vaccinate as many people in the borough as possible continue. Between 10-13 June alone, nearly 6,000 people were vaccinated at our pop-up vaccination sites. 
    • Enhanced Self-Isolation Payments are now available for eligible Hounslow residents who have had to self-isolate during Surge. For more information visit: Test and Trace - Self Isolation Payment | Test and Trace - Self Isolation Payment | London Borough of Hounslow 
    • It is important residents remember to return their completed PCR test to us as soon as possible. Details of where to drop-off PCR test kits can be found via:   
    • The sooner you get PCR tested and vaccinated the less likely you will be to miss the opportunity to benefit from the increased resource in the borough. Apply here
    • Testing is not a one-off, it is important that residents regularly get tested with LFT ‘rapid tests’ going forward, even those residents who have been vaccinated.   


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    Published 14/06/21
    Over the May Half Term, Year 10 and Year 12 were finally able to get out and complete the expedition components for their Duke of Edinburgh's Awards. With the pandemic forcing delays, and changes to the way that we can do things, it was an immens
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    Published 14/06/21
    Congratulations to Moaiad Adam in 10 Red, who achieved third place in the Quarter Final of the ‘Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge’ with a brilliant speech entitled ‘Never Give Up’. Moaiad worked very hard in preparation
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    Published 14/06/21
      Congratulations to Lidia Goonatilaka in 12B for being awarded Second Prize in The Lancaster Writing Award, an annual, nation-wide competition in celebration of the emerging literary talent of Year 12 and 13 students. Lidia submitted
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  • Surge Testing and Vaccinations

    Published 26/05/21

    Step Up For Hounslow!  

    Surge testing and increased vaccination continues in Hounslow to help tackle a new COVID-19 variant of concern. We need everyone to play their part and to get PCR tested as soon as possible and to get vaccinated when they can. Here is some new information for you to share please. 

    • Residents are stepping up to get PCR tested.  1,982 PCR tests were completed on Tuesday 25 May.
    • We are continuing to door-knock in the Hounslow West area of the borough today [staff are carrying appropriate I.D], delivering PCR tests and leaving letters with information and details of support for anyone who is not at home. 
    • Today [Thursday 27 May], we’re launching the first of several new ‘Pop-up' vaccination clinics — please see table far below for more details.  
    • Hounslow Council Leader, Cllr Steve Curran and Director of Public Health, Kelly O'Neill, have issued a joint statement this afternoon on clarification of Government Travel guidance. They said: “We are delighted for the sake of residents and businesses that the Government has clarified their travel guidance after calls from all eight areas designated for surge testing and vaccination, who recognised the issues and worked together to ensure common sense prevailed. Confusion caused by changes in the guidance last Friday brought great inconvenience, worry and concern to many Hounslow residents and businesses, and on top of this, it distracted Council staff and NHS colleagues from the delivery of the surge testing and vaccination programme which is our top priority. We encourage every resident in Hounslow and London to be tested and vaccinated as soon as possible. This is the only way we will beat the virus.”   
    • Our ‘Step Up For Hounslow!’ multi-channel Communications and Engagement activity is helping to spread the word. For example, images of the campaign have been featured on the BBC, in the Guardian as well as on ITV. We generated more than a million impressions of our content on Twitter, increasing our number of followers five-fold.   
    • Surge Testing and Vaccinations activity will continue for approximately five weeks. 
    • For more information, visit: which we are updating regularly as details are confirmed. 
    • Follow us at: LBofHounslow (Twitter) and London Borough of Hounslow (Facebook). 
    • You can also keep in touch via our e-newsletter: sign up to our Covid-19 enewsletter 
    • For now, please remember to follow the basics including ‘Hands, Face, Space and Fresh Air’.  

    From Wednesday 26 May, here is where residents have been able to…  

    Get Vaccinated!   

    • Book an appointment via or call 119:  
    • Brentford Fountain Leisure Centre — 658 Chiswick High Road, Brentford TW8 0HJ — Open 08:00 – 20:00.   
    • One of Hounslow’s five community pharmacy sites  

    Get PCR Tested!  

    Mobile PCR Testing Units:   

    • Beavers Field Park, Hounslow TW4 7JF — Open 09:00 – 15:00 
    • Tesco Hayes, Bulls Bridge (UB2 5LN) — Open 10:00 – 18:00

    Local PCR Testing Sites:   

    • Brabazon Road Sports Court, Hounslow, TW5 9LR — Open 08:00 – 20:00
    • Padstow Walk car park, Feltham, TW14 9XU — Open 08:00 – 20:00  
    • Stamford Brook Car park, Chiswick W4 1NH — Open 08:00 – 20:00 
    • Hounslow House, 7 Bath Road, Hounslow TW3 3EB — Open 08:00 – 16:00

    We will also have a Community Engagement Team at: 

    • Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha, Alice Way, Hounslow TW3 3UA
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    Published 20/05/21

    Rise in new variants and the vaccine

    Across all NW London boroughs [Brent, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster], we are seeing a rise in the rates of new Covid-19 variants.

    There is no evidence to suggest the Covid-19 vaccine is not working in terms of providing protection against variants, but it has never been more important to come forward for your first vaccine and ensure you have your second for maximum protection.

    All our large vaccination centres listed below will all be providing Pfizer vaccines from tomorrow.

    Anyone over the age of 36 can now book at walk-in to one of our vaccination centres for a first dose of the vaccine. GPs are also sending invites, so you can book in.

    Walk-in availability varies, booking guarantees you a slot, services are open 09:00 – 19:00.

    Walk-in vaccination services

    The vaccination centres providing a walk-in service for first doses are open from 09:00 – 19:00 daily [except Byon Hall and Brentford leisure centre — see below].

    • Brentford leisure centre 658 Chiswick High Rd, Brentford TW8 0HJ [Monday to Thursday]
    • Bryon Hall Christchurch Avenue, Harrow HA3 5BD [Monday to Wednesday only
    • Ealing — CP House, 97-107 Uxbridge Road, Ealing W5 5TL
    • Heathrow Vaccination Centre, Compass Centre, Bath Road, Heathrow, TW6 2GW
    • Marble Arch Vaccination Centre: 86 Edgware Rd, London W2 2EA
    • Novotel London West, 1 Shortlands Hammersmith International Centre, Hammersmith, London W6 8DR
    • The Record Store, The Old Vinyl Factory, 15 Pressing Lane, Hayes, UB3 1HA
    • Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London SW7 2DD
    • Wembley Vaccination Centre: Olympic Office Centre, 8 Fulton Rd, Wembley, London, HA9 0NU

    You are asked to bring ID, your name and address and your NHS number if you have it [if you don't have your NHS number you can still walk-in].

    Following your walk-in you will then be able to book your second vaccine at 8 weeks 48 hours later using

    Second doses

    To help ensure residents get the maximum protection possible, we are bringing forward the date of second vaccines from 12 weeks to 8 weeks.

    If you had a vaccine at a GP service, you will be texted inviting you to attend a new date. If you attended a pharmacy or large vaccination centre and booked your seconded dose through the national booking system — you will be texted to invite you to change your second appointment. You will need to cancel the appointment you have and rebook — there are plenty of appointments available to do this.

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