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UPDATED SCHOOL ROUTINE

Arrival:        
School will accept Pupils from 6.30am
All the primary School Pupils are to use the centre/main gate in the morning.
All parents are to ensure that their children are punctual to school. Please be patient whilst waiting for screening at the gate.
End Of Day:

There will be three exit gates
In the afternoon, Primary 1&2 pupils should be collected from top gate.
Primary 3&4 pupils are to be collected from the centre/main gate.
Primary 5 &6 pupils should be collected from the gate closest to primary 6

School Bus Shuttle:

The first bus will arrive at Alagomeji Gate at 6.45am and the last bus will leave at 7.30am. Children will be screened before entering the buses
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EBOLA VIRUS UPDATE 
Dear St Saviours’ School, Ebute-Metta (Parents and Staff)
In the light of the recent outbreak of the Ebola‎ virus and the declaration by the World Health Organization of Ebola as an international public health emergency, it has become necessary for us to take safety precautions as a School.
The School Management has in view of the federal government’s announcement made the decision that the School will resume on Monday, September 15th, 2014, for PARENTS ONLY at 8am prompt. The School Management will update you on that day, of the changes made to the school curriculum, school operations and the role of parents during this period up to the 13th of October, 2014. 

We will continue to monitor the situation through the Lagos State Government, the Federal Government, the World Health organization and other institutions. 
 In the interim, the School is taking precautionary and preventive measures to ensure the wellbeing and safety of all as follows: 
 Installation of antibacterial and antiviral dispensers all around the School, in every classroom, toilets, plays areas, swimming pool and both entry and exit gates.

 New School Protocols to be adopted to include entry into School (visitors and deliveries), regular hand washing and antibacterial use by Staff and children throughout the School day. In addition:   

 Visitors will not be allowed into the School including Drivers and Housemaids until the issue of Ebola is clarified.

 Children will be checked at the gate for temperature before being allowed into the School.

 Children running temperature /having flu/ running nose should not be brought to School as such children will not be allowed into the School premises.

 All Children and Staff of the School will use hand sanitizers before being allowed into the School.

 All Children and Staff who use the restrooms must wash their hands with soap and water and use sanitizers before being allowed back into their classes and offices.

 All stewards are to be given additional training in cleaning and hygiene methods around the School which will include the regular cleaning of door handles with bleach and mentholated spirits. This will also be extended to other members of staff on their return as part of the training done one week prior to the children’s return. 

 The School has established a hygiene team led by the School Nurse who will be responsible for health and hygiene in the School to ensure an incidence free environment.

 Procurement of temperature scanners: These scanners will be used to check the temperatures of pupils, staff and parents before entry is allowed into the school premises.
It is imperative for all of us to continue to educate and monitor all domestic staff and other people our children may come in contact with during this period. 
In the meantime, I have attached a US embassy Alert Fact Sheet on Ebola from CDC and World Health Organization for your perusal. 
The welfare and health of our children and the School community is always our utmost concern. We encourage all parents as much as is practicable /possible to take the responsibility of bringing their children to school during this period until this emergency is over. 
Please intensify your prayers so that the EBOLA PLAGUE will be driven out of our country Nigeria.
God bless you all.
Deacon Tom Ogboi- Chairman, Board of Management.
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Governor Raji Fashola of Lagos State visits St. Saviour's School Ebute Metta
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