Wet Dismissal at Home Time
Year 3 will be collected as normal from the outside doors of the classroom.
Year 4 will be collected from Year 3 classes on the lower floor, from the outside doors as well, as follows:
- Class 6 from Class 5 (around the building)
- Class 7 from Class 4 (around the building)
- Class 8 from Class 3 (around the building)
- Class 9 from Class 2
- Class 10 from Class 1
Year 5 will be collected from under the shelters around the office block.
Year 6 will be seated in 4 rows (classes), in the Bottom Hall.
Year 6 children who go home alone will be dismissed from their classroom.
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