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Bilingual Primary School

Drop off and collection

Where to enter the school:

All children and parents (other than those at breakfast and after school clubs) will enter and leave via the main gate on the right hand side of the building. 

Drop off times:

  • Breakfast club 8.00am – 8.55am
    Children coming to breakfast club will enter through the main school office. 
  • Food will be provided from 8:00 am until 8:40 am. This generally includes cereal, toast and fruit.  At 8.55am the children will be taken to their classrooms.
  • Normal drop off 8.55am – 9. 15am (gate will be locked at 9.15am)
  • The gate will open at 8.55am and children and parents can enter the school from this time. Children can be taken straight to class.

Collection:

  • Reception, Y1 & Y2 - 3.20pm
  • Y3 - Y6 - 3.30pm

The main gate will be opened at 3.20pm and parents will be able to walk round the school to the classroom doors.

Children will be handed to their parents from their classroom doors.

Yr 6 will come down the stairs on the right hand side of the building and be collected from outside the front of the building.

Walking to School

BPS promotes the council's initiative to encourage more families to walk to school. Please see our walking zone map below - if you live within these zones, please consider walking to school as part of your regular routine.

Walking Zones

Parking at collection/drop off times

The council has produced the following leaflet on parking safely in the city.

Park Safely Leaflet

All BPS families have committed to the Parking Pledge to help us maintain good relations with our local residents and with the council. All of our parents have agreed:

  • To ensure I/we do not access the school via the Droveway under any circumstances.
  • To arrange a car share with other parents whenever possible.
  • To park in designated areas around Hove Park and its surroundings.
  • To ensure my vehicle does not block the driveways of local residents.
  • Where possible, to support the School’s Travel Plan by allowing my child(ren) to participate in walk to school initiatives, scoot or cycle to school.
  • Where possible, to walk to school with my child(ren) to allow the development of road safety skills and/ or use public transport.
  • To take part in a ‘Park and Stride’ scheme so that I park 5, 10 or 15 minutes away from the school entrance and walk the rest of the way.

Thank you to everyone for signing the pledge and helping to keep our streets safe for our children.

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