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New Online Health Resource - when to send your child to school or nursery

Little Blue Book of Sunshine

Home School Agreement

Travelling to School


We aim to educate all our children about 'Road Safety' and ask for your support in maintaining good road safety practice as an example to your child.


Walking/Cycling to School                      


We have a cycle shed and scooter pods for the children to use.         


As a parent or carer, you can help reduce the risks your child faces on our roads by teaching them how to be safe as pedestrians and as cyclists.  Visit the THINK! website to read about the campaigns that relate to making children safe on our roads.  You will also receive vital advice and tips on how to protect your children by teaching them basic road safety skills.



Driving to School


  • Parents are not able to drive into the school car park at any time.
  • Vehicles must not be parked in any of the turning circles.
  • Drivers are expected to adhere to the parking restrictions in Upper Chestnut Drive and on Kings Furlong Drive.
  • There is one disabled parking space in the Staff Car Park that is available to use, following prior permission from the Headteacher.


Cars parked illegally or dangerously near or around school, can be reported at;


The following schemes and public transport services are available to support travelling to and from school:


  • FREE to use.
  • Find drivers and passengers on-line instantly.                                         
  • Find information on travel and public transport.                    
  • Reduce the congestion and pollution on our roads.
  • For assistance with registering call 08700 111199 (Mon-Fri 09:00-17:00)


Bus Routes to School


Additional support available

Many families, at different times, will need extra support for a variety of reasons. Most of the time this can be met through everyday services such as schools, nursery, pre-schools or GPs, but sometimes families might need extra support through a more coordinated approach. Early Help brings professionals together who will work with the whole family to try and improve things for everyone.