This section contains general information for parents
School Start at 9:00 am – Breakfast club is available from 8:00 am – 8:50 am everyday. Children can be dropped off in reception for breakfast club. The school gates open at 8:50 where parents can bring them into the playground and drop them off at the entrance to the lower hall. ONLY year 3 parents are permitted into the hall.
09:00 am – 09:30 am – The Whole School take part in Reading
09:30 am – 10:30 am – Literacy or Math’s Learning Session
10:30 am – 10:45 am – Break time. Pupils have a varieties of options to engage in. for example they can choose to play outside in the play ground, they can go to the library. Stamp shop is available for children to redeem stamps for goodies. Tuck shop is available for pupils to purchase healthy snack using token. Token are 10p each these can be purchased from the school officer during break time.
10:45 am – 12:00 pm – Math’s or Literacy Learning Session – expect on Wednesday, as assembly starts at 11:45.
12:00 pm – 12:15 pm – Assembly Middle Hall
Monday Year 5 + Senior Teachers + TA’s
Tuesday Year 3 + Deputy Headteacher + TA’s
Wednesday Year 4 + Headteacher + TA’s
Thursday Year 6 + Senior Teachers + TA’s
Friday Whole School Assembly + Certificates + all staff attend
12:15 am – 1:15 am – Lunch time. Sports activities and the Library are available everyday for pupils. Arts and craft club is available on Wednesday Thursday and Friday.
1:15 pm – 3:15 pm – Topic / RE / Computing lessons. During Teachers Planing session each year group take part in Music, I.C.T and Spanish. Year 3 take part on Tuesday, Year 4 on Wednesday and Year 5 on Friday. Year 6 have Music and PE on Thursday.
3:15 – 3:30 Children are taken out to the playground ready to be collected by parents/carers. If parents arrive late, children can be picked up from the school office.
OpenCheck allows you to check the status of your children’s school on any given day. This easy-to-use service presents information regarding school closures in case of emergency, severe weather or any news which may affect children’s ability to attend or access the school. It also allows you to check scheduled school closures and term dates.
Firework Safety Tips and Guidelines
Bonfire night will quickly be upon us and thousands of people will injure themselves during this celebration, some of which will be children.
For more information on firework safety please visit Ghengis Firework.