Kirkby on Bain Primary School

Kirkby on Bain
Church of England
Primary School

01526 352715
admin@kobps.lincs.sch.uk

Our School

Start of the day

Our school doors open at 8.50am to welcome children into school. A member of staff is present at each end of the footpath and on the driveway at the front of school to tick children off and ensure they get safely into the school building. Doors close at 9am and class registers are taken. Any children who arrive after 9am need to enter school through the main entrance and be signed in by a member of the office team.

End of the day

Children in Early Years and KS1 are collected from the front of school and are dismissed by a member of their classroom team directly to their parents at 3.25pm. If someone who is not known to the classroom team, or does not usually collect them (including another child’s parent), attempts to collect a child and we have not been informed of this by the parent themselves, a telephone call will be made to the parent by the member of staff to verify the change to collection before the child is released. This is the case even if the child appears to recognise the person attempting to collect them. Parents are required to make us aware of any changes to normal collection arrangements in advance, even if the person collecting is listed as a contact within their MIS record on Scholar Pack.

Children in LKS2 leave through the double doors (leading to the footpath) and are dismissed by a member of their classroom team directly to their parents at 3.30pm. If someone who is not known to the classroom team, or does not usually collect them (including another child’s parent), attempts to collect a child and we have not been informed of this by the parent themselves, a telephone call will be made to the parent by the member of staff to verify the change to collection before the child is released. This is the case even if the child appears to recognise the person attempting to collect them. Parents are required to make us aware of any changes to normal collection arrangements in advance, even if the person collecting is listed as a contact within their MIS record on Scholar Pack.

Children in UKS2 leave from the green gates opposite the school playground entrance and are dismissed by a member of their classroom team directly to their parents at 3.30pm. If someone who is not known to the classroom team, or does not usually collect them (including another child’s parent), attempts to collect a child and we have not been informed of this by the parent themselves, a telephone call will be made to the parent by the member of staff to verify the change to collection before the child is released. This is the case even if the child appears to recognise the person attempting to collect them. Parents are required to make us aware of any changes to normal collection arrangements in advance, even if the person collecting is listed as a contact within their MIS record on Scholar Pack.

Children in UKS2 are permitted to walk to the end of the footpath to meet their parents or to walk home if they live within the village but only if we have written permission from parents in advance.    

 

Our School

Start of the day

Our school doors open at 8.50am to welcome children into school. A member of staff is present at each end of the footpath and on the driveway at the front of school to tick children off and ensure they get safely into the school building. Doors close at 9am and class registers are taken. Any children who arrive after 9am need to enter school through the main entrance and be signed in by a member of the office team.

End of the day

Children in Early Years and KS1 are collected from the front of school and are dismissed by a member of their classroom team directly to their parents at 3.25pm. If someone who is not known to the classroom team, or does not usually collect them (including another child’s parent), attempts to collect a child and we have not been informed of this by the parent themselves, a telephone call will be made to the parent by the member of staff to verify the change to collection before the child is released. This is the case even if the child appears to recognise the person attempting to collect them. Parents are required to make us aware of any changes to normal collection arrangements in advance, even if the person collecting is listed as a contact within their MIS record on Scholar Pack.

Children in LKS2 leave through the double doors (leading to the footpath) and are dismissed by a member of their classroom team directly to their parents at 3.30pm. If someone who is not known to the classroom team, or does not usually collect them (including another child’s parent), attempts to collect a child and we have not been informed of this by the parent themselves, a telephone call will be made to the parent by the member of staff to verify the change to collection before the child is released. This is the case even if the child appears to recognise the person attempting to collect them. Parents are required to make us aware of any changes to normal collection arrangements in advance, even if the person collecting is listed as a contact within their MIS record on Scholar Pack.

Children in UKS2 leave from the green gates opposite the school playground entrance and are dismissed by a member of their classroom team directly to their parents at 3.30pm. If someone who is not known to the classroom team, or does not usually collect them (including another child’s parent), attempts to collect a child and we have not been informed of this by the parent themselves, a telephone call will be made to the parent by the member of staff to verify the change to collection before the child is released. This is the case even if the child appears to recognise the person attempting to collect them. Parents are required to make us aware of any changes to normal collection arrangements in advance, even if the person collecting is listed as a contact within their MIS record on Scholar Pack.

Children in UKS2 are permitted to walk to the end of the footpath to meet their parents or to walk home if they live within the village but only if we have written permission from parents in advance.