During this most challenging time, please see below information provided to support you and your family.

Returning to School March 2021

The School will fully re-open for all year groups from Monday 8th March.

Keeping Our Children Safe
We have used the national and local government guidance for schools to carry out a thorough risk assessment and to ensure that we have put all the necessary measures in place to ensure a safe and sustainable return to school.

Please review our March Update for full details on the procedures we have put in place.

Drop off and pick-up times to continue from 7th June 2021

Morning Drop Off




8.40am – 8.50am

KS2 – Fox, Otter, Owl &Falcon classes

Main pathway

8.45am – 8.55am

Reception & KS1 – Butterfly, Squirrel & Hedgehog classes

Alley gate

8.50am – 8.55am

Nursery - Caterpillar

Main pathway, Nursery gate

Afternoon Pick-up





Surnames  A-F

Enter at Main pathway 


Surnames G-O

Enter at Main pathway 
3.20pm Surnames P-Z Enter at Main pathway 

For afternoon pick-up we are asking parents to come to the main pathway into school at the exact time allocated. If you have only Reception/KS1 pupils to collect, please go through the nursery gate to collect your child/ren and exit through the alley gate. If you have KS2 pupils or KS2 and KS1 pupils to collect, please come up the pathway, walk around the KS2 building and into the KS2 playground where your KS2 children will be sent over to you. You can then leave by the alley gate, collecting KS1/Reception pupils on your way.

Additional Government Guidance

For further information on the full re-opening of schools please find links to additional government guidance below;

Local Information about Coronavirus Support Services

  • The director of Public Health for Kingston has produced a short (less than one minute) video message which we have been asked to share with all parents;

    Please take a moment to watch this short video message. 

  • The AfC info website is frequently updated with information and resources to support children, young people and families during the Coronavirus pandemic:

Children's Coronavirus Book

Here is the link to a free information book explaining the coronavirus to children, illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler.