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The School Day

The school day officially starts at 9.00am and finishes at 3:15pm.  The school opens its doors at 8.45am to allow parents and carers to drop off their children in time for a prompt start to the day. Registration is at 9.00am. 

Lessons begin after registration. Details of the curriculum can be found in the individual subject pages, located under 'The Curriculum' in the ‘School Information’ menu.

A typical day will look something like this:

8:00-8:45am             Breakfast Club (paid club delivered by Premier Education)

From 8:45am            Drop-off (straight in to class)

9:00am                      Registration (closes at 9:15am)

9:10-9:25am              Collective Worship

9.25-10:45am            Lessons

10:45-11:00am          Break

11:00am-12:15pm     Lessons

12:15-1:15pm            Lunchtime

1:15pm                      Registration

1:20-3:10pm              Lessons

3:15pm                      End of school day and collection

3:15-4:15pm              Afterschool Club (currently Tuesday and  Wednesdaysdelivered by school staff and Thursday (delivered by                               Premier Education)


Morning Playtime

The children have a 15 minute break outside, where they will also have their snack. EYFS and KS1 pupils are given a piece of fruit (from the Government’s Free Fruit Scheme). Pupils in KS2 can bring a healthy snack to school from home. 


Lunchtime is 1 hour for all pupils. The children can have a school dinner provided by Vertas (please see our lunch page for details) or bring a packed lunch from home. Lunch playtime is supervised by the Mid-day Supervisors. 

End of the Day and Collection

At the end of the school day, parents/carers are expected to collect their child promptly from school. It is our policy to ensure we ‘hand’ your child to you so we know they are safe. If normal arrangements have to be altered (e.g. you are delayed or another person is collecting your child), please let the school office know. This avoids any confusion or upset. All pupils (regardless of age) must be collected by an adult at the end of an after school club. This is to ensure they arrive home safely.

Getting to School

To get to and from school, if you are able to then walking or cycling is definitely the best option. There are lots of benefits: it’s healthier than travelling by car, it improves the safety of pedestrians and road-users, and it respects nearby residents and parking regulations. We do have a bike and scooter rack for those who wish to bring their bike or scooter to school. All bikes/scooters must be locked for security (parents must provide a suitable bike lock). If you do need to travel by car, please use the church car park and avoid parking on the yellow zig-zag lines outsdie the school gate, as the school bus stops here.

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