Kindy and pre-primary, at least, in the school my child currently goes to have toilets in the classroom for the children to use at any time, there is no leaving the room. I much prefer this to having my 4yr old wandering the school grounds in search of a toilet!
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01-08-2015 12:11 #21Senior Member
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01-08-2015 13:05 #22
I made sure I let the school know and remind them that he never to be told he must wait for a scheduled break. I backed with a letter from his Dr. I never had problem with a teacher trying to over rule me on this issue.
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01-08-2015 18:51 #23-
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The thought of my kindergartner walking around an empty schoolyard with gates that aren't locked gives me the heebie jeebies and would **** me off.
01-08-2015 19:18 #24
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01-08-2015 20:08 #26Senior Member
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My kids school is old so toilets are outside in a separate building to the classrooms. Gates are shut, but not locked during school hours. Kids go to the toilet when they need to, but they take another child from the class with them. Safety in numbers without disrupting the whole class. It's not a perfect system, but the best they can do.
01-08-2015 20:15 #27
Do schools really lock gates? Wouldn't this be against evacuation policies?
01-08-2015 20:18 #28
We don't lock gates, but we evacuate to a spot within school grounds, so it wouldn't make a difference. During an evac, there would be 100+ staff, all with keys to open the gates so it wouldn't be a total mess.
01-08-2015 20:19 #29
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