Queenshill Road, Knowle Park, Bristol BS4 2XG

knowle.park.p@bristol-schools.uk

01173772678

Knowle Park Primary School

Kind, Inspiring, Together, Excelling

A A A

School Reopening 8th March

The government have announced that all primary aged children will be
returning to school on Monday 8th March. The staff very much looking forward to welcoming
you back.


The arrangements we had in place before Christmas will still stand.

Here is a reminder:

Drop Off Arrangements
• The school day starts at 8.45am and the school gates will be open from 8.30am and close at 9am.
• We ask parents to drop their child/ren off at the designated point and then leave the school site as soon as their child has entered school.
• Please do not stay and wait on the school grounds or the roads outside.
• We ask that parents continue to socially distance between each other and staff. Parent/carers will be asked to stay 1m apart if they are wearing a mask when outside or otherwise keep 2m apart . 

• Parents will not be able to enter the building.

 

Pick Up Arrangements
• There will be a staggered end to the day as we would normally do:
YR – 3.10pm
Y1&2 – 3.15pm
Y3-6 – 3.20pm
• Please collect your child/ren from the same drop off point.
• We ask that parents continue to socially distance between each other and staff. Parent/carers will be asked to stay 1m apart if they are wearing a mask when outside or otherwise keep 2m apart.

• Parents will not be able to enter the building.

 • We ask that you leave the school grounds as soon as you have collected your child.

 

Pick up/Drop off Points:
YR and 1 – Year one door (front playground by the main office)
Y2 – Y2 door (bottom of the front playground)
Y3 – middle door in KS2 playground (opposite the boulders)
Y4 – Car park entrance at the front of school
Y5 – Y5 door via the bottom car park (usual KS2 entrance)
Y6 – Year 6 door in the KS2 playground (opposite the football cage)


Communication
We understand there will be times when you need to speak to a teacher or member of staff.
We ask that you phone the school office or email the teacher with your message. All staff emails are on
the school website. You can make an appointment to see any member of staff face to face by phoning or
emailing the school office. If you are entering the school for a meeting, you will need to follow the safety
protocols we have in place including sanitising hands and keeping a 2m distance from staff.


In The Classroom
• Children will sit in rows, facing forward
• Children will have their own stationery
• Children will be given a designated seat
• They won’t mix with other bubbles (apart from if they attend breakfast and after school club)


In the playground
• Children will stay in their designated playzone
• They will have their own play equipment for their class bubble
• Play times and lunch times will have staggered starts


Lunch time
• Children will eat in the hall with their class bubble
• Lunch times will have a staggered start
• Chartwells will provide hot meals from the beginning of term.
• Children can bring a water bottle and packed lunch box which can come to and from school every day.

 

Uniform
Our usual uniform policy will be in place and we will expect all children to come to school wearing uniform. We understand that children will have grown out of things since they last wore them and will be understanding while families get organised with new uniform. We do have a second hand uniform shop. Please ask the office for details.

 

It is expected that all children return to school on Monday 8th March with the possible exception of
children who are clinically extremely vulnerable.

To read our Risk Assessment for Reopening CLICK HERE

For more information about Covid 19  CLICK HERE


We are looking forward to seeing you very soon.

 

Please do not enter the school site if you or a member of your household or support bubble have  any of the following symptoms:

  • a high temperature – this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)
  • a new, continuous cough – this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
  • a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste – this means you've noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal