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Staggered drop-off and pick-up – changes for Term 6

We will be continuing with a staggered school day to encourage fewer people on the school site at once but, just like CCJ, we will be changing this slightly for Term 6.  From Monday 7th June please follow the follow the guidance below;

All children will now need to arrive at school between 8.50am and 9.00am.  Tiger Class will need to enter the classroom from the front playground like Panda and Lion classes do.

All children will need to be collected between 3.05pm and 3.15pm.

CCJ will be doing 8.45-8.55am for drop-off and 3.15-3.25pm for pick-up so if you have children at both schools please make sure you make these timings work for you.  You should no longer need to drop earlier than 8.50am or collect children after 3.15pm as the schools have liaised on this together to make it work for all.

If you will be collecting a child before 3.15pm because you have to go to CCJ to collect please let your child’s class teacher know so that we can make sure children are ready. It will really help us if you keep this routine the same each day.

All families must drop off and pick-up quickly just as you do now.  This will help reduce people on site. It also helps with just one adult per family.

We will be encouraging you all too still enter through the front gate and leave through the back gate.  This one-way system has worked brilliantly and has really prevented congestion outside Crocodile Class and parents having to walk too close together.

Parents with children at CCJ can of course continue to use the front gate for all access to travel more quickly between the schools.

Even if you do see some families using the wrong gate or walking the wrong way, if you have time please follow the system we have asked, as even if most people follow the guidance it will help.

Face masks are still required by all adults on site unless they are exempt.  Staff will continue to wear these when greeting families and around the school but most will not wear them in classrooms.

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