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Does heritage not allow nursery children to carry trolley school bags?

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Yes it is true. it is not very apt, but the reason is not clear.

rohit Rohit
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Their nursery classrooms are on the upper floors, as far as i can remember there are none on the ground ground. trolley bags are heavy to lift and carry up the stairs. thats why they want children to carry normal shoulder bags they can easily carry.

SchoolWiser-Profile Vidit
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I know heritage school does not like the students to stand out because of what they wear or carry. they might have this rule because of that. not sure though.

SchoolWiser-Profile Priyal
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There is hardly anything they need to carry in the bag for nursery. why get your kid to drag a full trolley bag.

SchoolWiser-Profile Rachana
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My neighbors 4-5 yr old son goes to heritage school. based on what i can recall, he carries a trolley bag, so i think it must be allowed.

SchoolWiser-Profile Samar
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