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Back to School Safely :-)

On Thursday 3rd September we fully opened for every child at the school, although the school experience will be different to normal. The following information is therefore intended to help you understand what is in place to keep everybody safe.

Self-Isolate if anyone in your household has Covid-19 symptoms

If you, your child, or another member of your household has a symptom of Covid-19:

  • Self-isolate in your home (symptom person for 10 days, all others for 14 days)
  • Call 119 to book a Covid-19 test for the person with the symptoms only (be persistent)
  • Tell the school if the test result is negative and no other person in the home has symptoms.

A flow chart for the current system is below. Please be aware that the only way to book a test is via NHS119 or online. Please do not call the school unless essential so that we can prioritise the highest priority calls (eg to call families who have a child showing symptoms at school).

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  • Our Guide to Covid19 Symptoms, Self-Isolation and Testing

    Symptoms

    The main symptoms of coronavirus are:

    • a high temperature – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)
    • a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
    • a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this means you've noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal

    Most people with coronavirus have at least 1 of these symptoms.

     

    What to do if you or your child have symptoms

    If you have any of the main symptoms of coronavirus:

    1. Get a test to check if you have coronavirus as soon as possible (within 5 days).
    2. You must all stay at home and do not have visitors until you get your test result – only leave your home to have a test.
    3. Anyone you live with, and anyone in your support bubble, must also stay at home until you get your result.

     

    When to self-isolate and what to do

    Self-isolation is when you do not leave your home because you have or have or might have coronavirus (COVID-19). This helps stop the virus spreading to other people.

     

    You must self-isolate immediately if:

     

    How to self-isolate and what to do

    You must not leave your home if you are self-isolating.

    Do not:

    • do not go to work, school or public places – work from home if you can
    • do not go on public transport or use taxis
    • do not go out to get food and medicine – order it online or by phone, or ask someone to bring it to your home
    • do not have visitors in your home, including friends and family – except for people providing essential care
    • do not go out to exercise – exercise at home or in your garden, if you have one 

     

    When to get a test

    Get a test as soon as possible if you have any symptoms of coronavirus.

    The test needs to be done in the first 5 days of having symptoms.

    You do not need to get a test if you have no Covid-19 symptoms or if you have different symptoms.

    Tell people you’ve been in close contact with

    You may want to tell people you've been in close contact with in the past 48 hours that you might have coronavirus.

    A close contact is somebody you have been within 1 metre of, even for a very short period of time, or somebody you have been within a 1 to 2 metre distance of for 15 minutes or more (eg sat in the same car etc)

    Tell them that they do not need to self-isolate unless they're contacted by the NHS Test and Trace service. But they should take extra care to follow social distancing advice, including washing their hands often.

    Also tell them that if they get any coronavirus symptoms, they must self-isolate and get a coronavirus test as soon as possible.

     

    How long to self-isolate

    If you have symptoms or have tested positive for coronavirus, you'll usually need to self-isolate for at least 10 days.

    You'll also usually need to self-isolate for 14 days if:

    • someone you live with has symptoms or tested positive
    • someone in your support bubble has symptoms or tested positive
    • you've been told to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace

    Read more about how long to self-isolate.

     

    You should self-isolate for at least 10 days if:

    • you have symptoms of coronavirus and you tested positive, had an unclear result or did not have a test
    • you tested positive but have not had symptoms

     

    10 days start from when the symptoms started.

    If you have not had symptoms, the 10 days starts from when you had the test. But if you get symptoms after your test, self-isolate for a further 10 days from when your symptoms start.

     

    Stop self-isolating after 10 days if you feel OK

    You can stop self-isolating after 10 days if either:

    • you do not have any symptoms
    • you just have a cough or changes to your sense of smell or taste – these can last for weeks after the infection has gone

     

    Keep self-isolating if you feel unwell

    Keep self-isolating if you have any of these symptoms after 10 days:

    • a high temperature or feeling hot and shivery
    • a runny nose or sneezing
    • feeling or being sick
    • diarrhoea

    Only stop self-isolating when these symptoms have gone.

    If you have diarrhoea or you’re being sick, stay at home until 48 hours after they've stopped.

    If you live with someone who has symptoms or tested positive, self-isolate for 14 days.

     

    Self-isolate for 14 days

    You should self-isolate for 14 days if you live with (or are in a support bubble with) someone who:

    • has symptoms of coronavirus and tested positive, had an unclear result or did not have a test
    • tested positive but has not had symptoms

    This is because it can take 14 days for symptoms to appear.

     

    The 14 days starts from:

    • when the first person in your home or support bubble started having symptoms.
    • the day they were tested, if they have not had symptoms – but if they get symptoms after they were tested, self-isolate for a further 14 days from when their symptoms start.

     

    Stop self-isolating after 14 days if you do not get symptoms

    You can stop self-isolating after 14 days if you do not get any symptoms.

    Keep self-isolating and get a test if you get symptoms

    Get a test to check if you have coronavirus if you get symptoms while you're self-isolating. If your test is negative, you should keep self-isolating for the rest of the 14 days.

    If your test is positive, you should self-isolate for 10 days from when your symptoms started. This might mean you're self-isolating for longer than 14 days overall.

     

    NHS Test and Trace

    If you’ve been told to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace self-isolate for 14 days.

    If you’ve been in close contact with someone who has coronavirus, you may get a text, email or call from the NHS Test and Trace service.

    They may tell you to self-isolate for 14 days.

    Find out what to do if you're told you've been in contact with a person with coronavirus.

     

    Getting your test result

    You'll get a text or email when your result is ready.

    Most people get their test results the day after taking the test. Some results might take longer, but you should get them in 72 hours.

    There are 3 types of result you can get:

    • negative
    • positive
    • unclear, void, borderline or inconclusive

     

    If you do not get your result, call the coronavirus testing contact centre on 119 (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) or 0300 303 2713 (Scotland). The contact centre is open from 7am to 11pm.

    A negative test result

    A negative result means the test did not find coronavirus.

    You do not need to self-isolate if your test is negative, as long as:

     

    If you have diarrhoea or you’re being sick, stay at home until 48 hours after they've stopped.

    Information:

    If you're a health or care worker, check with your employer before going back to work.

     

    A positive test result

    A positive result means you had coronavirus when the test was done.

    If your test is positive, you must self-isolate immediately.

    • If you had a test because you had symptoms, keep self-isolating for at least 10 days from when your symptoms started.
    • If you had a test but have not had symptoms, self-isolate for 10 days from when you had the test.

     

    Anyone you live with, and anyone in your support bubble, must self-isolate for 14 days from when you start self-isolating.

    Read more about how long to self-isolate.

    Information:

    In England, you'll get an email, text or call from the NHS Test and Trace service if you test positive after having symptoms.

    You'll be asked where you've been recently and who you've been in close contact with.

    Find out about being contacted by NHS Test and Trace after testing positive for coronavirus.

     

    Unclear, void, borderline or inconclusive test result

    An unclear, void, borderline or inconclusive result means it's not possible to say if you had coronavirus when the test was done.

    Get another coronavirus test as soon as possible if this happens.

    If you had a test because you had symptoms, you must keep self-isolating and have another test within 5 days of your symptoms starting.

    If you’re not able to have another test in time, you must self-isolate for at least 10 days from when your symptoms started. Anyone you live with, and anyone in your support bubble, must self-isolate for 14 days. Read more about how long to self-isolate.

    If you had a test but have not had any symptoms, you do not need to self-isolate while you wait to get another test. People you live with, and anyone in your support bubble, do not need to self-isolate.

     

    What is a 'support bubble' during the COVID-19 pandemic?

    In England, if you live by yourself or are a single parent with dependent children – in other words, if there is only one adult in your home – you can expand your close support network so that it includes one other household of any size. This is called making a 'support bubble' and means you are able to have close contact with them as you could if they were members of your own household.

    We recognise how difficult this time has been, particularly on lonely and isolated people, and this change is designed to provide extra support to some of those most impacted by the current social restrictions. Once you are in a support bubble, you can think of yourself as in a single household.

  • The most important information about the 2020-2021 school year.

    Class Groups 2020-2021 (‘Bubbles’)  : Autumn Term Teaching Team

    Class 1           Year 3            Mr Martin and Mrs Crowe               (new Year 2 children joining us)

    Class 2           Year 3            Miss Bowers                                     (new Year 2 children joining us)

    Class 3           Year 3            Mrs Jarvie                                          (new Year 2 children joining us)

    Class 4           Year 4            Mrs Lee and Mr Osborne               (was Class 1 last year)

    Class 5           Year 4            Miss Boggon                                     (was Class 2 last year)

    Class 6           Year 4            Mrs Brereton-Ward                          (was Class 3 last year)

    Class 7           Year 5            Mrs Martin                                         (was Class 5 last year)

    Class 8           Year 5            Miss Parr                                           (was Class 6 last year)

    Class 9           Year 5            Mrs Heath                                         (was Class 4 last year)

    Class 10         Year 6            Miss Abrehart                                   (was Class 7 last year)

    Class 11         Year 6            Mrs Clark                                           (was Class 8 last year)

    Class 12         Year 6            Miss Mattock                                     (was Class 9 last year)

    • Each class will be a Covid-19 protective 'bubble' that will be separated from all other bubbles (classes) during the school day.
    • Every class will have their own arrival, deparature, break, lunch and toilet visit times. 
    • The morning clubs will not operate at the start of the term. After school clubs will also not be operating to start with, but we hope to start some soon.
    • School lunches will be available to order. These will be a cold menu to assist with safe food handling.
    • Every class will have a team of adults supporting it. There will be less movement of adults between classes.
    • Large scale activities such as daily whole school assembly will not take place. Family celebration assemblies will not be taking place accordingly.
    • We will deliver the National Curriculum, but within safe Covid-19 principles (e.g. PE as non-contact activities)
    • All children will be given their own essential stationery items for their own personal use.
    • Normal cloakroom arrangements will be paused and most children will keep their coats and bags at their classroom table.
    • School uniform is to be worn by every child as normal. This should be laundered regularly.
    • The school office will be closed to unannounced visits. Please call us or email if required.
    • Our ParentPay payment system will be the preferred way of paying for meals and other services.
  • Arriving at School with Social Distancing
    • Every class will be allocated a bespoke entry time, collection time and dedicated gate.
    • Adults should not arrive more than five minutes before entry time and collection time to help maintain social distancing at the gates.
    • Entry and collection times should be rigidly kept to.
    • In the event of an essential appointment (eg medical) resulting in the need for late arrival or early departure, times for collection must be arranged in advance.
    • Children will not normally be able to be collected from school early.
  • Year 3 Class 1 (Mr Martin and Mrs Crowe)
    • Arrive in the morning and collect in the afternoon at the SOUTH GATE in CLAUDIUS ROAD and wait in the RED ZONE.
    • (The SOUTH GATE can be found leading onto the small courtyard playground near the white building and Year 3 classrooms)
    • Arrive at the SOUTH GATE between 8:35-8:40am, and queue in the RED ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • The school door will be opened for your child's class at 8:40am promptly.
    • To collect your child at the end of the day arrive at the SOUTH GATE between 3:00-3:05pm, waiting in the RED ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • Your child will exit the school building, with a member of staff, at 3:05pm prompt.
    • Please exit the school site via the DOUBLE GATES on CLAUDIUS ROAD, and then move away from this area to avoid a bottle neck forming.
    • These times exist to enable parents to maintain social distancing, and pupil bubbles to be kept separate.
    • If you have two children needing to access the school at exactly the same time at different gates, deliver the older child to the correct gate at the stated time, inform the member of staff at the gate, and make your way immediately to the gate for the younger child. If needing to collect two children at the same time from different gates, collect the younger child first, and then immediately make your way to the gate to collect your older child.
    • PE DAY - Your child will need to arrive to school on Tuesdays in their PE kits. 
  • Year 3 Class 2 (Miss Bowers)
    • Arrive in the morning and collect in the afternoon at the SOUTH GATE in CLAUDIUS ROAD and wait in the GREEN ZONE.
    • (The SOUTH GATE can be found leading onto the small courtyard playground near the white building and Year 3 classrooms)
    • Arrive at the SOUTH GATE between 8:40-8:45am, and queue in the GREEN ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • The school door will be opened for your child's class at 8:45am promptly.
    • To collect your child at the end of the day arrive at the SOUTH GATE between 3:05-3:10pm, waiting in the GREEN ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • Your child will exit the school building, with a member of staff, at 3:10pm prompt.
    • Please exit the school site via the DOUBLE GATES on CLAUDIUS ROAD, and then move away from this area to avoid a bottle neck forming.
    • These times exist to enable parents to maintain social distancing, and pupil bubbles to be kept separate.
    • If you have two children needing to access the school at exactly the same time at different gates, deliver the older child to the correct gate at the stated time, inform the member of staff at the gate, and make your way immediately to the gate for the younger child. If needing to collect two children at the same time from different gates, collect the younger child first, and then immediately make your way to the gate to collect your older child.
    • PE DAY - Your child will need to arrive to school on Tuesdays in their PE kits. 
  • Year 3 Class 3 (Mrs Jarvie)
    • Arrive in the morning and collect in the afternoon at the SOUTH GATE in CLAUDIUS ROAD and wait in the RED ZONE.
    • (The SOUTH GATE can be found leading onto the small courtyard playground near the white building and Year 3 classrooms)
    • Arrive at the SOUTH GATE between 8:45-8:50am, and queue in the RED ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • The school door will be opened for your child's class at 8:50am promptly.
    • To collect your child at the end of the day arrive at the SOUTH GATE between 3:10-3:15pm, waiting in the RED ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • Your child will exit the school building, with a member of staff, at 3:15pm prompt.
    • Please exit the school site via the DOUBLE GATES on CLAUDIUS ROAD, and then move away from this area to avoid a bottle neck forming.
    • These times exist to enable parents to maintain social distancing, and pupil bubbles to be kept separate.
    • If you have two children needing to access the school at exactly the same time at different gates, deliver the older child to the correct gate at the stated time, inform the member of staff at the gate, and make your way immediately to the gate for the younger child. If needing to collect two children at the same time from different gates, collect the younger child first, and then immediately make your way to the gate to collect your older child.
    • PE DAY - Your child will need to arrive to school on Tuesdays in their PE kits. 
  • Year 4 Class 4 (Mrs Lee and Mr Osborne)
    • Arrive in the morning and collect in the afternoon at the West GATE in CLAUDIUS ROAD and wait in the BLACK ZONE.
    • (The WEST GATE can be found leading onto the large playground to the rear of the school building)
    • Arrive at the WEST GATE between 8:35-8:40am, and queue in the BLACK ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • The school door will be opened for your child's class at 8:40am promptly.
    • To collect your child at the end of the day arrive at the WEST GATE between 3:00-3:05pm, waiting in the BLACK ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • Your child will exit the school building, with a member of staff, at 3:05pm prompt.
    • Please exit the school site at the other end of the playground via the DOUBLE GATES on CANTERBURY ROAD, and then move away from this area to avoid a bottle neck forming.
    • These times exist to enable parents to maintain social distancing, and pupil bubbles to be kept separate.
    • If you have two children needing to access the school at exactly the same time at different gates, deliver the older child to the correct gate at the stated time, inform the member of staff at the gate, and make your way immediately to the gate for the younger child. If needing to collect two children at the same time from different gates, collect the younger child first, and then immediately make your way to the gate to collect your older child.
    • PE DAY - Your child will need to arrive to school on Wednesdays in their PE kits. 
  • Year 4 Class 5 (Miss Boggon)
    • Arrive in the morning and collect in the afternoon at the WEST GATE in CLAUDIUS ROAD and wait in the PINK ZONE.
    • (The WEST GATE can be found leading onto the large playground to the rear of the school building)
    • Arrive at the WEST GATE between 8:40-8:45am, and queue in the PINK ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • The school door will be opened for your child's class at 8:45am promptly.
    • To collect your child at the end of the day arrive at the WEST GATE between 3:05-3:10pm, waiting in the PINK ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • Your child will exit the school building, with a member of staff, at 3:10pm prompt.
    • Please exit the school site at the other end of the playground via the DOUBLE GATES on CANTERBURY ROAD, and then move away from this area to avoid a bottle neck forming.
    • These times exist to enable parents to maintain social distancing, and pupil bubbles to be kept separate.
    • If you have two children needing to access the school at exactly the same time at different gates, deliver the older child to the correct gate at the stated time, inform the member of staff at the gate, and make your way immediately to the gate for the younger child. If needing to collect two children at the same time from different gates, collect the younger child first, and then immediately make your way to the gate to collect your older child.
    • PE DAY - Your child will need to arrive to school on Wednesdays in their PE kits. 
  • Year 4 Class 6 (Mrs Brereton-Ward)
    • Arrive in the morning and collect in the afternoon at the West GATE in CLAUDIUS ROAD and wait in the BLACK ZONE.
    • (The WEST GATE can be found leading onto the large playground to the rear of the school building)
    • Arrive at the WEST GATE between 8:45-8:50am, and queue in the BLACK ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • The school door will be opened for your child's class at 8:50am promptly.
    • To collect your child at the end of the day arrive at the WEST GATE between 3:10-3:15pm, waiting in the BLACK ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • Your child will exit the school building, with a member of staff, at 3:15pm prompt.
    • Please exit the school site at the other end of the playground via the DOUBLE GATES on CANTERBURY ROAD, and then move away from this area to avoid a bottle neck forming.
    • These times exist to enable parents to maintain social distancing, and pupil bubbles to be kept separate.
    • If you have two children needing to access the school at exactly the same time at different gates, deliver the older child to the correct gate at the stated time, inform the member of staff at the gate, and make your way immediately to the gate for the younger child. If needing to collect two children at the same time from different gates, collect the younger child first, and then immediately make your way to the gate to collect your older child.
    • PE DAY - Your child will need to arrive to school on Wednesdays in their PE kits. 
  • Year 5 Class 7 (Mrs Martin)
    • Arrive in the morning and collect in the afternoon at the EAST GATE in BARRINGTON ROAD and wait in the ORANGE ZONE.
    • (The EAST GATE can be found leading onto the large playground next to the flag pole in Barrington Road)
    • Arrive at the EAST GATE between 8:35-8:40am, and queue in the ORANGE ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • The school door will be opened for your child's class at 8:40am promptly.
    • To collect your child at the end of the day arrive at the EAST GATE between 3:00-3:05pm, waiting in the ORANGE ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • Your child will exit the school building, with a member of staff, at 3:05pm prompt.
    • Please exit the school site at the other end of the playground via the DOUBLE GATES on CLAUDIUS ROAD, and then move away from this area to avoid a bottle neck forming.
    • These times exist to enable parents to maintain social distancing, and pupil bubbles to be kept separate.
    • If you have two children needing to access the school at exactly the same time at different gates, deliver the older child to the correct gate at the stated five minute arrival time, inform the member of staff at the gate, and make your way immediately to the gate for the younger child. If needing to collect two children at the same time from different gates, collect the younger child first, and then immediately make your way to the gate to collect your older child.
    • PE DAYS - Your child will need to arrive to school on Thursdays and Fridays in their PE kits. 
  • Year 5 Class 8 Miss Parr
    • Arrive in the morning and collect in the afternoon at the EAST GATE in BARRINGTON ROAD and wait in the BLUE ZONE.
    • (The EAST GATE can be found leading onto the large playground next to the flag pole in Barrington Road)
    • Arrive at the EAST GATE between 8:40-8:45am, and queue in the BLUE ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • The school door will be opened for your child's class at 8:45am promptly.
    • To collect your child at the end of the day arrive at the EAST GATE between 3:05-3:10pm, waiting in the BLUE ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • Your child will exit the school building, with a member of staff, at 3:10pm prompt.
    • Please exit the school site at the other end of the playground via the DOUBLE GATES on CLAUDIUS ROAD, and then move away from this area to avoid a bottle neck forming.
    • These times exist to enable parents to maintain social distancing, and pupil bubbles to be kept separate.
    • If you have two children needing to access the school at exactly the same time at different gates, deliver the older child to the correct gate at the stated five minute arrival time, inform the member of staff at the gate, and make your way immediately to the gate for the younger child. If needing to collect two children at the same time from different gates, collect the younger child first, and then immediately make your way to the gate to collect your older child.
    • PE DAYS - Your child will need to arrive to school on Tuesdays and Thursdays in their PE kits. 
  • Year 5 Class 9 (Mrs Heath)
    • Arrive in the morning and collect in the afternoon at the EAST GATE in BARRINGTON ROAD and wait in the ORANGE ZONE.
    • (The EAST GATE can be found leading onto the large playground next to the flag pole in Barrington Road)
    • Arrive at the EAST GATE between 8:45-8:50am, and queue in the ORANGE ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • The school door will be opened for your child's class at 8:50am promptly.
    • To collect your child at the end of the day arrive at the EAST GATE between 3:10-3:15pm, waiting in the ORANGE ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • Your child will exit the school building, with a member of staff, at 3:15pm prompt.
    • Please exit the school site at the other end of the playground via the DOUBLE GATES on CLAUDIUS ROAD, and then move away from this area to avoid a bottle neck forming.
    • These times exist to enable parents to maintain social distancing, and pupil bubbles to be kept separate.
    • If you have two children needing to access the school at exactly the same time at different gates, deliver the older child to the correct gate at the stated five minute arrival time, inform the member of staff at the gate, and make your way immediately to the gate for the younger child. If needing to collect two children at the same time from different gates, collect the younger child first, and then immediately make your way to the gate to collect your older child.
    • PE DAYS - Your child will need to arrive to school on Mondays and Thursdays in their PE kits. 
  • Year 6 Class 10 (Miss Abrehart)
    • Arrive in the morning and collect in the afternoon at the EAST GATE in BARRINGTON ROAD and wait in the BLUE ZONE.
    • (The EAST GATE can be found leading onto the large playground next to the flag pole in Barrington Road)
    • Arrive at the EAST GATE between 8:50-8:55am, and queue in the BLUE ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • The school door will be opened for your child's class at 8:55am promptly.
    • To collect your child at the end of the day arrive at the EAST GATE between 3:15-3:20pm, waiting in the BLUE ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • Your child will exit the school building, with a member of staff, at 3:20pm prompt.
    • Please exit the school site at the other end of the playground via the DOUBLE GATES on CLAUDIUS ROAD, and then move away from this area to avoid a bottle neck forming.
    • These times exist to enable parents to maintain social distancing, and pupil bubbles to be kept separate.
    • If you have two children needing to access the school at exactly the same time at different gates, deliver the older child to the correct gate at the stated five minute arrival time, inform the member of staff at the gate, and make your way immediately to the gate for the younger child. If needing to collect two children at the same time from different gates, collect the younger child first, and then immediately make your way to the gate to collect your older child.
    • PE DAYS - Your child will need to arrive to school on Mondays and Wednesdays in their PE kits. 
  • Year 6 Class 11 (Mrs Clark)
    • Arrive in the morning and collect in the afternoon at the EAST GATE in BARRINGTON ROAD and wait in the ORANGE ZONE.
    • (The EAST GATE can be found leading onto the large playground next to the flag pole in Barrington Road)
    • Arrive at the EAST GATE between 8:55-9:00am, and queue in the ORANGE ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • The school door will be opened for your child's class at 9:00am promptly.
    • To collect your child at the end of the day arrive at the EAST GATE between 3:20-3:25pm, waiting in the ORANGE ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • Your child will exit the school building, with a member of staff, at 3:25pm prompt.
    • Please exit the school site at the other end of the playground via the DOUBLE GATES on CLAUDIUS ROAD, and then move away from this area to avoid a bottle neck forming.
    • These times exist to enable parents to maintain social distancing, and pupil bubbles to be kept separate.
    • If you have two children needing to access the school at exactly the same time at different gates, deliver the older child to the correct gate at the stated five minute arrival time, inform the member of staff at the gate, and make your way immediately to the gate for the younger child. If needing to collect two children at the same time from different gates, collect the younger child first, and then immediately make your way to the gate to collect your older child.
    • PE DAYS - Your child will need to arrive to school on Mondays and Fridays in their PE kits. 
  • Year 6 Class 12 (Miss Mattock)
    • Arrive in the morning and collect in the afternoon at the EAST GATE in BARRINGTON ROAD and wait in the BLUE ZONE.
    • (The EAST GATE can be found leading onto the large playground next to the flag pole in Barrington Road)
    • Arrive at the EAST GATE between 9:00-9:05am, and queue in the BLUE ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • The school door will be opened for your child's class at 9:05am promptly.
    • To collect your child at the end of the day arrive at the EAST GATE between 3:25-3:30pm, waiting in the BLUE ZONE. (Do not arrive before this time for your safety)
    • Your child will exit the school building, with a member of staff, at 3:30pm prompt.
    • Please exit the school site at the other end of the playground via the DOUBLE GATES on CLAUDIUS ROAD, and then move away from this area to avoid a bottle neck forming.
    • These times exist to enable parents to maintain social distancing, and pupil bubbles to be kept separate.
    • If you have two children needing to access the school at exactly the same time at different gates, deliver the older child to the correct gate at the stated five minute arrival time, inform the member of staff at the gate, and make your way immediately to the gate for the younger child. If needing to collect two children at the same time from different gates, collect the younger child first, and then immediately make your way to the gate to collect your older child.
    • PE DAYS - Your child will need to arrive to school on Thursday and Fridays in their PE kits. 
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