Framlingham Sir Robert Hitcham's CEVA Primary School

Framlingham Sir Robert Hitcham's CEVA Primary School and Nursery

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Getting to School & Crossing Patrol

 CARS

There is no parking on site (only limited places for staff).  Please do not stop outside the school as there is no safe place for children to alight.  Be aware many roads around the school site are double yellow lines where you must not park.  The Elms public car park at the rear of the school usually has spaces and this is by far the safest place to park. 

Town Council news Dec 2020 - carpark charges may apply, all carparks offer first 30 mins free but you must take a ticket from the machine.

 WALKING

It is recommended that young children are escorted into school as the traffic on New Road, although light, often moves quite fast.  There is a Crossing Patrol on College Road, which is a busy road with lorries and buses.  

 CROSSING PATROL INFORMATION LEAFLET - important information for parents and drivers.

 PERMISSION TO LEAVE SCHOOL SITE AT THE END OF THE SCHOOL DAY

At the end of school, all class teachers bring their classes on to the playground to meet their families.  If you want to give permission for your KS2 child to leave the school site alone, you must complete a permission form from the School Office. If we have not received your consent in this format, we will be unable to let your child leave school.

Please email the school office to request a Permission form - which will be sent to you via ParentMail to complete.

Please write to the class teacher if there any changes to your usual collection arrangements.

 BICYCLES

There are facilities for leaving bicycles in the school grounds but the Headteacher must be consulted before children cycle to school.  Children who cycle should have passed, or be taking, their Bikeability course, otherwise they should be accompanied by an adult cyclist.

 BUSES

There are buses that transport children to and from catchment villages.

Please visit Suffolk on Board for full details about SCC funded school travel as not all catchment villages are eligible for funded transport.

Funded Travel  

Is your child eligible for SCC funded school travel?  If they are, you will need to opt-in by 31 May 2021 to receive travel for the start of the 2021/2022 school term.

If your child already receives SCC funded travel you still need to opt-in every year.

If your child is starting secondary school in September 2021 and they are eligible for SCC funded school travel you will be contacted by the 30 March 2021. You will need to opt-in if you would like your child to use this service.

If your child is starting primary school in September 2021 and they are eligible for SCC funded school travel you will be contacted by the 15 May. You will need to opt in if you would like your child to use this service.

For more information on the SCC school travel policy and getting your child to school please visit; www.suffolkonboard.com/optin

 

Our School promotes walking and cycling to school as the most sustainable and healthy ways to travel.