Our School Day

 

F2

Y1/2

KS2

Doors open

8.50

8.50

8.50

Registration

8.55

8.55

8.55

Morning Break

 

10.30

10.30

Lunch Break

11.45

12.00

12.20

Afternoon Registration

1.00

1.00

1.20

School Day Ends

3.25

3.25

3.30

 

Children in Foundation 2, Year 1 and year 2 enter the building through the entrances on the Key Stage One playground. Children are collected from their classroom exit points on the playground or from the rear entrance at the end of the school day.

Children in Years 3 to 6 enter the school building at the main entrance in the mornings at the front of the building and go straight to their classrooms. They are then collected at the exit point adjacent to the nursery.

Children need to arrive at school on time. It ensures that their day gets off to a good start. They have the opportunity to socialise with their friends and organise themselves. However, if children are late for school they are often stressed as they may miss vital teaching instruction and find it difficult to follow the work of the rest of the children in the class. We open our school doors five minutes before registration. Parents, who accompany their children to school, should where possible, leave them at the entrance to the school. This allows your child to develop their independence and avoids causing possible disruption in school. It is also an essential part of the school’s safeguarding procedures. There will be a senior member of staff on the main door and on the KS1 playground, should you need to speak to somebody.  Any communication for teaching staff regarding family arrangements, appointments, collection arrangements at the end of day, etc., can be left at the school office in the mornings and the office staff will ensure that these are posted on the class notice boards. We do appreciate written communication which avoids confusion.

Parents waiting to collect children at the end of the day are requested not to enter the premises at this time when there is a great deal of movement of pupils out of school. This is really important for ensuring the Health and Safety of all our pupils.

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