Northgate Primary & Nursery

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Northgate Primary School - School Dog Risk Assessment

Please see the link to the risk assessment for Northgate Primary School's school dog below
School Dog Risk Assessment

 

Welcome Back on 8th March

4th March 2021

Dear Parent(s) and Carers,

We look forward to seeing you all on Monday the 8th March and would just like to remind you where you need to drop off and collect your child.

All teachers will do their best to collect their children from the playground in the morning and will dismiss their children from the playground at the end of the day. Crickets will now need to use the alleyway gate and be picked up on the playground away from the Yr. 1. This is to avoid groups waiting by the office door.

I would like to remind you, when you are picking up your children, please try to make sure it is only one adult.  Also, ensure you follow the times and do not arrive on site early

 

Drop off

Pick up

Nursery

Nursery will operate within their usual times of 8:45am to 3:30pm– this will allow flexibility for parents with other pupils to drop off/collect

Year R

8:40am

Nursery Gate

2:50pm

Nursery Gate

Year 1 & 2

8:40am

Alleyway Gate

2:50pm

Alleyway Gate

Cosmic Corner

8:40am

Nursery Gate

2:50pm

Nursery Gate

Crickets

8:40am

Alleyway Gate

2:50pm

Alleyway Gate

Year 3

8:40am

Alleyway Gate

3:00pm

Alleyway Gate

Year 4,5,6

8:40am

Green Gate

3:00pm

Green Gate

Rockets

8:40am

Nursery Gate

3:00pm

Nursery Gate

Parents with children in different key stages (ie 1 and 5, R- 4)

 

3:05pm

Pick up from classes

  • Gates will not be open until the time that is given. 

Please remember that children are not to attend the school if they/or a member of their household are showing symptoms of COVID-19. (see website)

While we fully appreciate parking around most schools is often difficult, we would greatly appreciate if parents and carers dropping or collecting children from school or nursery would park on the surrounding streets and not enter the car park leading into the school, especially if it is full.

If we all work together, we can make the school safer and protect one another. 

Thank you for your understanding and co-operation

Mr M Collins -    Head Teacher

Getting Norfolk school children #BackToSchoolSafely

 

 

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