Dear parents,

Please find attached a home school agreement that has been signed by myself and needs to be shared with your children and then signed by you both.

The home school agreement must be brought into school on Monday to confirm that you have read it and agree with the schools expectations in this difficult time.

Please remember on Monday morning that only one parent should bring your child to school. You must arrive at the main entrance at the allocated time where I will meet you. Only your child will enter the school building. You will then follow the one-way system to leave the school premises.

Stagger drop-off and pick-up protocols collection times that minimise adult to adult contact are as follows:


Key Worker children will be dropped at school from 8.15am until 8.40am

KS1 and EYFS will be dropped at school from 8.45am until 9am

KS2 children will be dropped at school from 9.05am until 9.15am


Key worker children will be picked up at school from 2.45pm until 3pm

KS1 and EYFS will be picked up at school from 3.05pm until 3.20pm

KS2 children will be picked up at school from 3.25pm until 3.40pm


Please remember if your child is in receipt of medication this must be discussed with school beforehand as they will not be allowed to receive medication from the school office as in previous times. (For example if you child requires hay fever medication they should be medicated before attending school each day.) Inhalers should be brought into school and left in your child’s bubble for use over the next five weeks. (Children using an inhaler must also be on our asthma register if this is not the case YOU must inform school before Monday.)

Simple things such as hot days children requiring sun cream will need to have it applied before attending school and can bring some to school which they will be able to apply themselves.

Attached is also a letter from the teacher(s) who will be working with your children during the next five weeks. The letter allows you to share this with your child to think about what their ‘bubble’ will look like.

I look forward to seeing you all on Monday morning.

Please stay safe and look after each other.


Mrs O’Brien