Letter from Headteacher
17 February 2021
Dear Parent/ Carer,
We are very pleased to be able to have Primary 1-Primary 3 children returning to school on Monday 22 February.
There are a few changes to daily routines, which we hope will keep all safe in and out of the school building.
Children can be dropped off at the main school gate to enter the playground from 8.45-9.15am.
All adults entering the school grounds must wear a face covering and remain 2m away from other adults at all times.
Please remember that we have a one way system in operation as before around our entry and exit to the school grounds.
Our School Support Staff are in the playground from 8.45am onwards, any children dropped off before this time will be without adult supervision.
To allow for greater distancing between adults at the school gates there are some changes to collection points and times as below.
|Room 2||Side gate||2.50pm|
|Room 3||Main entrance||2.50pm|
|Room 5||Main entrance||3.00pm|
|Room 6||Side gate||3.00pm|
|Room 7||Main gate||2.50pm|
|Room 8||Main gate||3.00pm|
Children who receive ASN transport will continue to do so.
The school bus will collect and drop off at Philips Wynd as before.
There is no requirement for distancing between children but we have split up our playground into specific areas where children can play with children within their own classroom.
Lunches will start from 12.00 with each class coming to the dining hall as the previous group have finished and the tables cleaned.
These arrangements will be reviewed regularly to take account of all guidance.
Primary 4 -Primary 7 children will remain at home and continue to learn through Google Classroom.
All Primary 4 – Primary 7 Meets for Mainstream children are at 9.30am and ASN at 9.20am.
Parents of children who are in P3/4 composite classes have been contacted and arrangements made to ensure that they continue to learn.
Primary 4s in Room will be taught by Mrs Jamieson.
Primary 4s in ASN will join together for one Google classroom with Mr Ewart and Mrs Carle.
We are very much looking forward to welcoming some of our children back and hope it will not be too long until we receive further advice from the First Minister on the return of our older classes.
I want to thank all of our families for your very much-valued support during this challenging time.