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File icon: pdf Letter re full reopening of school in September 2020 17th July 2020 [pdf 896KB] Click to download
DFE Guidance Face Coverings in Education

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Face coverings in education
NHS Coronavirus in children
What to do if a pupil is displaying symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19)
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Academic Year 2020/21: Staggered start and drop off times

School reopens fully to pupils in Years 1 to 6 on Monday 7th September 2020. Parents/carers of pupils in Reception and Nursery should refer to their child's individual start date listed in letters sent home in July. 

Please refer to the table below for the staggered drop off and pick up times which will be in place until further notice in order to reduce the number of parents and pupils gathering at the school gates and so mitigate the risk of spreadng infection. 

 

CLASS/KEY STAGE

START TIME

DROP OFF LOCATION

FINISH TIME

PICK UP LOCATION

NURSERY- Full time

9.15am

Nursery Gate

from 9am

3.30pm

Nursery Gate

NURSERY – Part time

12.30pm

RECEPTION

9.00am

Nursery Gate

from 8.45am

3.15pm

Nursery Gate

KEY STAGE 1

(Years 1 & 2)

9.00am

Playground Gate

from 8.45am

3.15pm

Playground Gate

LOWER KEY STAGE 2 (Years 3 & 4)

9.15am

Playground Gate

from 9am

3.30pm

Playground Gate

UPPER KEY STAGE 2 (Years 5 & 6)

8.45am

Playground Gate

from 8.30am

3.00pm

Playground Gate

 

Please note: If you have children in different year groups, please bring your children to school for the earliest drop off time and collect at the later pick up time. This is designed to accommodate parents/carers and to avoid lingering around the school gates.  

 

Example 1: A parent with a child in Reception and Year 6 may drop both pupils off just before 8.45 (Year 6 start time) and collect them at 3.15 (Reception pick up time).

Example 2: A parent with a child in Year 2 and Year 4 may drop both pupils off just before 9am (Year 2 start time) and collect them at 3.30pm (Year 4 pick up time)

Social Story: Helping to protect myself and others
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'My Back to School Bubble' e-book

This simple, illustrated e-book by e-Bug and NABU is ideal for parents of young children to explore what the return to school might look like, and help them feel more prepared.

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Lenny and Lily Return to School

By Prof Barry Carpenter, Ali Erskine and Jenny Hawkes
illustrated by Charlotte Firmin

Lenny and Lily have had different experiences of the lockdown, but now it’s time for them to return to school. Lily is excited to go back and meet up with her friends again, but Lenny has enjoyed being at home with his family and feels more anxious.

When Lenny and Lily go back to school they both face different challenges. Lenny struggles to reconnect with his friends and find his place in the group. Lily has found home learning difficult and struggles to keep up with the pace of lessons in class.

The story explores the range of emotions Lenny and Lily experience as they come back into school and rebuild relationships with their teachers and friends.

 

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Going back to school

This activity sheet from Partnership for Children is for parenst  to use with their children to explore the things they may be worried about when going back to school, and ways to calm those worries.

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Preparing your child for the first day back at school

This poster features some simple top tips for helping children feel more ready to return to the school. 

 

Back to School - Westminster City Council: Supporting parents and schools to help get children back into classrooms

 

In line with the latest government guidance, all pupils are expected to return to school full-time when the new term begins in September.Westminster City Council is working closely with schools in Westminster to welcome children back safely.

www.westminster.gov.uk/back-to-school