The School Day
Timings of the school day
The school day is organised differently depending on which Key Stage the children are in. The timings are as follows:
|Nursery||Morning session 8:55am to 11:55am||
Afternoon session 12:15pm to 3:15pm
Reception and Key Stage 1 (Year 1 and 2)
|8:55am to 3:15pm||
Morning break 10:20am to 10:35am
Lunch 11:30am to 12:30pm
Afternoon break 2:00pm to 2:15pm
|Key Stage 2 (Years 3 to 6)||8:55am to 3:15pm||
Morning break 11:00am to 11:15am
Lunch 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Organisation of classes
The school has 21 classes all named after national trees. There are three classes in each year group from Reception, through to year 6. At the end of each year, children will change form groups in order to promote new friendships and wider working circles.
In addition to statutory school sessions, the school has a 26 place nursery operating morning and afternoon sessions, each lasting 3 hours.
Safety for our children
Collecting Your Child From School
Please make sure you ring us or let us know in writing of any changes regarding who will be collecting your child from school. If we do not recognise the person arriving to collect and we have not been informed, then we will not release your child to their care. You must notify the school in writing if a parent/carer is no longer allowed to collect your child from school.
Drivers should abide by the law and not park on the zebra crossing or the zigzag lines. Parents/carers should not bring their cars into the school car park or roadway at any time. This is especially hazardous at the beginning and end of the school day as the roadway and school entrance are full of parents and children who are walking.
Please do not cycle bikes or scooters across the playground when collecting children. Dogs are not permitted on the premises, nor should they be tied to the school fences.
If you need to collect your child during the school day, please ensure that the class teacher and school office have had prior notice and are informed.
SMOKING IS NOT PERMITTED ON SCHOOL PREMISES.