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Re-opening Information

We are looking forward to welcoming back all our children in September.

Below you will find some information and video clips from Public Health, Nottinghamshire County Council, Her Majesty's Government and from the school. We hope the information and video clips will reassure you that the school is a safe place to return to and that safety measures are in place to keep everyone safe.

September Return Guidance

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Please note, if your child uses a bike or scooter to get to school this can not be stored at school.

School Bubbles or Pods

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Parent Leaflet

Please find below all the information you need about how we will re-open Manor Park to ALL children.

Arrival and Departure Times

 

Day

Nursery

Pod

Cubs

Pod

Foals

Pod

Meerkats

Pod

Falcons

Pod

Koalas

Pod

Monday to Friday

Part time

Morning

Drop off: 8:45am

 

Pick up: 11:45am

 

Part time

Afternoon

Drop off:

12:15pm

 

Pick up:

3:15pm

 

Full time

Drop off:

8:45am

 

Pick up: 3:15pm

 

Drop off:

9:00am

 

Pick up: 3:30pm

 

Drop off: 8:45am

 

Pick up: 3:15pm

 

Drop off:

8:45am

 

Pick up:

3:15pm

Drop off:

9:00am

 

Pick up:

3:30pm

 

Drop off:

8:45am

 

Pick up:

3:15pm

 

It is vitally important that these times are adhered to.

 

Please arrive exactly at your designated time.

 

Meerkats and Falcons

At your designated time in the morning, Meerkats and Falcons parents, should arrive on to the playground and wait with your child in the designated area, socially distancing from others. When the teachers arrive allow your child to line up on the spots.

At the end of the day (at your designated time), Meerkats and Falcons parents should wait in the designated area on the playground (socially distancing yourself) and your child will be brought out to you.

 

 

Meerkats and Falcons Queueing System1.mp4

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Koalas

At your designated time in the morning, Koalas parents, should line up on the spots on the driveway and form a queue. Remember to socially distance yourself from others. When the teacher opens the door please hand your child over to the teacher. 

At the end of the day (at your designated time), Koalas parents should form a queue on the driveway (socially distancing yourself) and your child will be brought out to you.

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Cubs, Foals and Nursery Pods

At your designated time in the morning, Cubs, Foals and Nursery parents, should line up with your child on the spots in your allocated area. Staff will be around to help guide you. Your child’s teacher will collect all the children, in turn, from the line.

At the end of the day (at your designated time), Cubs, Foals and Nursery parents should line up on the spots, as you did in the morning, and your child will be brought out to you. 

Cubs and Foals Queueing System1.mp4

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Nursery Queueing System.mp4

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SOME OTHER GENERAL NOTES

  • School will provide one hot meal option but you can bring a packed lunch if you wish. 

  • Please ensure that your children bring in a named water bottle. These must go home to be cleaned every evening. 

  • Children do not need to bring any equipment at all – e.g. a PE kit/book bags/ reading books etc

  • We would like children to wear uniform. Clothes should be washed before being worn again the next day.

  • No adults should enter the school building. Please use the telephone or email to contact the office. I am sorry about this, and it goes very much against what we believe in. However, please be assured that you can call, or email and we will respond as quickly as possible,

  • If you will be dropping off or collecting children in different pods, please do it in terms of sequential timings using the appropriate entrances. If you are dropping two children off in different pods but at the same time, you may need to arrive earlier at the first pod so that you are near the front of the queue enabling you to have enough time to reach the second pod.

  • Children will not mix with other pods – we are fortunate that the layout of our school allows this.

While We Can't Hug

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Hedgehog and Tortoise want to give each other a great big hug, but they're not allowed to touch.
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