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Entry / Exit points - Drop off / Collection times -  Under COVID-19 Guidance


Entry is between 8.45 – 8.55 for all year groups  1 - 6


Year  1 & 2 - Arrive at pedestrian gate at 08.55am - teachers will collect children and take them into school.

Year 3 & 4 - to be dropped off at the main pedestrian gate – no entry to parents.

Year 5 & 6 - to use path alongside school adjacent to field gate, entry gained by top field gate.



Years 5 & 6 - 3.15 pm from main pedestrian gate                                                                                     


Year 3  - 3.15 pm: Collection will be from the new gate along foot path by side of school before the field – children will be brought to the gate and dismissed 1 at a time to the first person in the queue. Please make sure you social distance in the queue . If you have younger children please collect your Year 3 child first.


Year 4 - 3.15 pm: Collection will be from the new gate along foot path by side of school before the field – children will be brought to the gate and dismissed 1 at a time to the first person in the queue AFTER YEAR 3, 1 at a time to the first person in the queue. Please make sure you social distance in the queue. If you have younger children please collect them first.


3.15 pm  year 1 & 2 - Parents wait in line at the top of drive way by the vehicle gates.  


Foundation 2

Entry -  9.05 am - Parents to walk vehicle drive way with their child.   

Exit - 3.15 pm - Parents walk up vehicle drive way.

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Help primary school children continue their education during coronavirus (COVID-19)

Advice for parents and carers looking after primary school children.




Attendance expectations

In March when the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak was increasing, we made clear no parent would be penalised or sanctioned for their child’s non-attendance at school.

Now the circumstances have changed and it is vital for all children to return to school to minimise as far as possible the longer-term impact of the pandemic on children’s education, wellbeing and wider development.

Missing out on more time in the classroom risks pupils falling further behind. Those with higher overall absence tend to achieve less well in both primary and secondary school. School attendance will therefore be mandatory again from the beginning of the autumn term. This means from that point, the usual rules on school attendance will apply, including:

  • parents’ duty to secure that their child attends regularly at school where the child is a registered pupil at school and they are of compulsory school age;
  • schools’ responsibilities to record attendance and follow up absence
  • the availability to issue sanctions, including fixed penalty notices in line with local authorities’ codes of conduct

Pupils who are shielding or self-isolating

We now know much more about coronavirus (COVID-19) and so in future there will be far fewer children and young people advised to shield whenever community transmission rates are high. Therefore, the majority of pupils will be able to return to school. You should note however that:

  • a small number of pupils will still be unable to attend in line with public health advice because they are self-isolating and have had symptoms or a positive test result themselves; or because they are a close contact of someone who has coronavirus (COVID-19)
  • shielding advice for all adults and children will pause on 1 August, subject to a continued decline in the rates of community transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19). This means that even the small number of pupils who will remain on the shielded patient list can also return to school, as can those who have family members who are shielding. Read the current advice on shielding
  • if rates of the disease rise in local areas, children (or family members) from that area, and that area only, will be advised to shield during the period where rates remain high and therefore they may be temporarily absent (see below).
  • some pupils no longer required to shield but who generally remain under the care of a specialist health professional may need to discuss their care with their health professional before returning to school (usually at their next planned clinical appointment). You can find more advice from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health at COVID-19 - ‘shielding’ guidance for children and young people.

Where a pupil is unable to attend school because they are complying with clinical and/or public health advice, we expect schools to be able to immediately offer them access to remote education. Schools should monitor engagement with this activity (as set out in the section below).

Where children are not able to attend school as parents are following clinical and/or public health advice, absence will not be penalised.

Pupils and families who are anxious about return to school

All other pupils must attend school. Schools should bear in mind the potential concerns of pupils, parents and households who may be reluctant or anxious about returning and put the right support in place to address this. This may include pupils who have themselves been shielding previously but have been advised that this is no longer necessary, those living in households where someone is clinically vulnerable, or those concerned about the comparatively increased risk from coronavirus (COVID-19), including those from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds or who have certain conditions such as obesity and diabetes.

If parents of pupils with significant risk factors are concerned, we recommend schools discuss their concerns and provide reassurance of the measures they are putting in place to reduce the risk in school. Schools should be clear with parents that pupils of compulsory school age must be in school unless a statutory reason applies (for example, the pupil has been granted a leave of absence, is unable to attend because of sickness, is absent for a necessary religious observance etc).