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St. Teresa’s Primary School, Tullyherron Rd, Armagh
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Road Safety At Drop Off and Collection Times Road Safety At Drop Off and Collection Times To ensure the safety of children when arriving and departing from the school grounds, All Parents and Carers MUST adhere to the following guidance:
> Please ensure your child/children is fully supervised when departing from the school gates. 
>  Foundation Stage/KS1 children must be escorted by the hand while walking to the car or home. 
> Park away from the school entrance.
> Do not stop in the middle of the road to drop off or collect your child/children.
> Do not exceed the school speed limit of 5mph when either moving off or passing the school during drop off or collection times.
>  In order to give the children travelling on the bus adequate time to safely enter the school premises, we would like children travelling by car to enter the school grounds after the bus drop off. The bus children will leave the school grounds first in the afternoon. 
We thank you for your co-operation 
Kind Regards Mrs McCourt
Road Safety At Drop Off and Collection Times Road Safety At Drop Off and Collection Times

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