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  1. Northumberland Mam

    Ahh! Try not to worry….It might not be as bad as you think.

    My teen goes to a secondary school which has a primary school on the same campus. They share the facilities like the music, cookery, science rooms and sports halls but secondary and primary students never mix. They even use the same dining room but the primary have their lunch at midday and the secondary have their lunch at 1.20pm. The primary has their own entrance, classrooms, playground and toilets. The only time little one's see the teens is when they come in on a morning for the start of school but the teens go one way and primary the other.

    The only reason my youngest doesn't go to the primary school at the secondary is because she was settled in her school before they all joined together to become an academy.

  2. raisiebay

    Thanks for sharing your experience. I think if they are separated then it won't be too much to worry about, at least they will get a brand new building and be able to use the new schools facilities. I guess they could possibly have separate entrances and exits too when the old school is knocked down as it will be a huge area.

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