• Kingsley will reopen for pupils in Nursery, Reception, Y1 and Y6 whose parents requested by the deadline (on May 20th). They will follow the same online curriculum being offered for home learning. 
  • The school will be shut for deep-cleaning EVERY WEDNESDAY (except for children of Critical Workers and those on CP plans)
  • Starting dates:
    • EYFS (Reception and Nursery) – Thursday June 4th – Friday July 17th  – Nursery will operate in the MORNING ONLY (until 1200)
    • Year 1 – Monday June 15th – Friday July 17th
    • Year 6 – Monday June 22nd – Friday July 17th
    • Critical & Vulnerable Monday June 1st – Friday July 17th – If your year N, R, 1 or 6 child is currently in the Critical/Vulnerable group they will stay in this group
  • Apologies, but no parents will be allowed into the building – please enter, drop-off/collect, then leave the site at the points indicated below as quickly and safely as possible:
  • Drop-off and collection times:
    • Critical & Vulnerable 0900 (Breakfast Club is available from 0800 for this group only) – 1500 (after-school club is available for this group only)
    • EYFS: Reception 0900 – 1430; Nursery 0900 – 1200
    • Year 1 0915 – 1445
    • Year 6 0930 – 1500
  • Lunchtimes (in the main hall):
    • Critical & Vulnerable 1210
    • EYFS 1130 (reception only)
    • Year 1 1150
    • Year 6 1230
    • Pupils MUST have a school lunch (no packed lunches will be allowed for hygiene reasons). Y6 pupils not in receipt of free school meals will need to pay for these on Parent Pay)
  • Teachers and support staff:
    • There will be 2 adults for each group of up to 10 pupils and these will not be deployed to other groups
    • All pupils (except for the Critical & Vulnerable groups) will be in their year groups
    • EYFS will have the same adults until the end of term (Friday 17/07/20)
    • Other year groups will either have fixed staffing or rota one week on, one week off
    • Due to our very stretched capacity, if a member of staff becomes ill and their group is not viable, I’m afraid that the pupils in that group must remain at home until alternative arrangements can be made by the school
    • On-line work will continue to be provided and this will form the basis of the in-school teaching, too. Our curriculum will be focused more on pupils’ well-being, reflecting, healing & building on their C19 experiences and preparing for a positive future at school

A video of Mr McCrae explaining the reopening process can be found here.