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Please see all of the information on this page. If you have any queries, or are unsure about something, please contact the school office or your child's class teacher.  

 

Please see our staggered start and finish times, and pick up and drop off points in the table below. 

 

Year Group

Time

Entrance

Exit

Nursery

 

8.50 – 3.00pm

Foundation Stage Gate

 

Foundation Stage Gate

 

Reception

 

8:50- 3:00pm

Foundation Stage Gate

 

Foundation Stage Gate

 

Y1

 

8:50- 3:05pm

Hall door

 

Hall door

 

Y2

 

8:40- 3:10pm

Hall door

 

Hall door

 

Y3

 

8:50- 3:10pm

Main Playground gate

Boys entrance

Main Playground gate

Y4

 

8:50-3:20pm

Main Playground gate

Year 4 Door

Main Playground gate

Y5

 

8:40- 3:20pm

Main Playground gate

Year 5 Door

Hall door

Y6

 

8:40- 3:25pm

Main Playground gate

Girls Door

Main Playground gate

 

Community Testing

Rapid lateral flow testing for households and bubbles of school pupils and staff

Around 1 in 3 people with coronavirus (COVID-19) do not have symptoms but can still pass it on to others. Regular testing of people without symptoms (asymptomatic testing) is important to help stop the virus spreading. As lockdown restrictions gradually ease, we all need to play our part to help protect each other.

On Sunday 28 February, the Department of Health and Social Care announced that from Monday 1 March, households with primary school, secondary school and college age children, including childcare and support bubbles, can test themselves twice every week at home as schools return from Monday 8 March. Households, childcare and support bubbles of primary, secondary and college staff can also be tested. Twice-weekly testing will also be offered to adults working in the wider school community, including bus drivers and after school club leaders. The twice-weekly test kits can be accessed:

  • via employers if they offer testing to employees
  • at a local test site
  • by collecting a home test kit from a test site
  • by ordering a home test kit online

Schools should not give test kits to parents, carers or household members and should not order more test kits for this purpose. Letters containing advice on where to access testing will be made available for schools to share with parents and staff shortly.

This guidance provides information on who can be tested and how you can get a test.

 


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