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    Quote Originally Posted by ozeymumof5 View Post
    It's fully fenced and gates closed apart from the admin gates (there is work getting done) no signs saying stay out but there is crime watch signs on the fences. We are often reminded of the rules in school newsletters.

    we don't attend this school...so are not privy to newsletters.

    if someone was in there...what would happen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by River Song View Post
    we don't attend this school...so are not privy to newsletters.

    if someone was in there...what would happen?
    As I don't live near the school I don't really know what would happen. I'd say if the police drove past and saw you they would tell you you had to leave the grounds.

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    I'm sure it would be fine

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    I thought it wasn't allowed as it could (maybe) become a legal issue IF something were to happen to someone using the playground.


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    I think worst case scenario, providing you don't cause a massive scene, is you would be asked to leave. In which case you say "ok thank you, I didn't realise"and off you all go on your merry way.

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    Our school is public in QLD. No one is allowed on school grounds out of school hours without the principals permission. We are asked to call the police if we see people there on weekends. This is for insurance reasons and also security reasons.

    Sometimes the gates are open, but that is usually if there is a teacher there out of hours ( we live near the school, so can see).

    You could call the school and ask or have a look on their website. Otherwise do what you want I guess.

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    We used to go to the local primary school during holidays as kids. The worst that could happen is you could just be asked to leave, so its probably worth it.

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    I am going to risk it and head down next week...i just would be mortified to ask to move on and I think the kids would find it upsetting!

    I will let them know when we go that it is a mild possibility so that it is not a huge shock if it happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlotchedTabby View Post
    We used to go to the local primary school during holidays as kids. The worst that could happen is you could just be asked to leave, so its probably worth it.

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    We did too! We used to put on a roller skates and roll around on the awesome flat concrete! We used to do it in the local shops car park too on a weekend, back in the day when the shops wouldn't be open!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaenerysT View Post
    We did too! We used to put on a roller skates and roll around on the awesome flat concrete! We used to do it in the local shops car park too on a weekend, back in the day when the shops wouldn't be open!
    oh yes, we used to rollerskate at the school on weekends too!! I used to love it.

    And, i learnt to drive in shopping centre car parks on weekends....before 7 day a week trading lol


 

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