Students ready for a new term

Either love them or hate them school holidays are almost at an end with students set to return to class next Monday and Tuesday.

Police are reminding motorists to take care in and around schools, not only with the re-implementation of the 40 kilometer an hour zones but also in car parks, crossings, drop off zones and anywhere that children may be present.

Motorists are asked to take extra precautions with students walking and riding to school, many who walk along the very busy Warraderry Street road.

Grenfell Public School students Penny Martin, Josh Hunter and Hannah Lynch during last term's Positive Behaviour for Learning Reward Day. Photo GPS

Grenfell Public School students Penny Martin, Josh Hunter and Hannah Lynch during last term's Positive Behaviour for Learning Reward Day. Photo GPS

Students at St Joseph's Primary School will return to school on Tuesday April 30 with Monday being a staff development day for teachers and a pupil free day for students.

Students at The Henry Lawson High School, Grenfell Public School, Greenethorpe Public School, Caragabal Public School and Quandialla Public School will be returning to classes on Tuesday April 30 as the public schools across the area will also be holding a staff development day and pupil free day on Monday.