Laytown, Co. Meath A92E273 - Telephone 041 9828091 - Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Protocols for Parents and Guardians:
Dropping and Collecting Children from School:
We ask for your co-operation in our efforts to keep all our children safe during these extraordinary times.
Parents and Guardians please note: Under no circumstances can your child be in the school building after 3 pm.
If for any reason you are delayed, and you normally collect your child from school, you MUST make alternative arrangements. Your child is not permitted to wait in the school building.
Staff will be leaving the building at 3pm, to accommodate the cleaning of classrooms and the school building every evening.
You may call the Secretary’s Office on 041 9828091 – before 11.30am - and we can advise your child of a change of arrangements.
We cannot accept responsibility for your child not receiving a message if it is delivered to us after that time.
Dropping children in the morning:
Parents and Guardians are kindly requested not to congregate at the gates or along the wall of the school grounds. We ask Parents to respect the 2 metre distance from other families at all times.
ONLY school staff and children are allowed onto the school grounds - unless a prior appointment has been arranged through the Secretary’s Office – email@example.com
All visitors to the school, including parents, need an appointment to gain access.
In case of exceptional circumstances only – if you have to collect your child before the end of the school day, (a medical appointment for example) - the appointment should be made known to the class teacher and the school secretary well in advance.
Preferably the day before. No child is permitted to be collected from school within a half hour of end of school time.
You must phone the Secretary’s Office on your arrival outside the school gates, and your child will be dismissed from school through their designated exit door.
We appreciate your co-operation and support of our efforts to keep our staff and children safe and our school open.
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