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Our School Day

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Breakfast Club

Start of the School Day

Morning Break time

Children in Reception have free flow access to the outdoor learning environment throughout the day from 9.30 am so they do not have a specific break time.

Children in Key stage 1 have a 15 minute break from 10-30-10.45 a.m and breaktime for Key Stage 2 pupils is  11 a.m to 11.15 a.m

Lunch time

Reception, Year 1 and Year 2

Our younger children go straight to lunch at 12 noon before playing outside once they have finished eating.

All pupils in YR, Y1 and Y2 are entitled to free school meals.

Years 3 to 6: 

Our older children go out to play first at 12.15 

Each year group will then go in to have lunch from 12.30 pm onwards.

Children may bring a packed lunch from home or have a hot school meal provided by Chartwells www.mealselector.co.uk.  The school has a kitchen which steam heats Chartwell's healthy meals.  These must be ordered in advance and are paid for online.  Please check Chartwell's website for details.

Free school meals are provided for all those children who are eligible.

We now receive additional funding for children who claim their free school meals, whether or not they actually take up the offer.  This additional funding is called Pupil Premium and we are required to spend it in the best way possible to ensure that those eligible are given extra assistance in school.  It is therefore really important that as many eligible children as possible claim.  The office staff can answer any questions you may have about this, in confidence.

When planning your child's packed lunch, please minimise the packaging by using reusable boxes. All rubbish will be sent home in your child's lunchbox along with anything that is uneaten.

Further information about lunchtime can be found on the 'meals' page.

The end of the day

Children in Reception, Years 1 and 2 are collected at 3.05 pm from outside their classrooms.

Years 3 to 6 are collected at 3.05 pm either at the front of the school or from outside their classrooms.

Teachers stay with the children until they are collected and are usually available for brief discussions with parents.

After School Clubs

Our teachers as well as some outside providers run a fantastic variety of extra-curricular clubs for Years 1 to 6, which change from term to term.  The list is circulated at the end of the previous term and forms should be submitted to the office as soon as possible. There is a charge of £1 per week for clubs run by teachers and differing prices for clubs run by external organisations. 

Collection after clubs:  children must be collected at 4 pm from the first doorway in the playground, unless otherwise specified.

Child Care 

After school childcare is provided from 3.05 pm until 5.30pm by the After School Club 

Click here for further information

Travelling to School

We would love everyone to travel to school under their own steam – be that on foot, by scooter or by bicycle.  It is healthy, keeps pollution down and the roads safer by reducing traffic outside the school gates. Please make sure that your child wears a helmet if they are riding to school. Bike and scooter racks are available near the front entrance.

We appreciate that it is not possible for everyone to walk to school and that some parents and carers need to drive their children to school.  Please park wisely and with consideration to our neighbours.  Please also park legally:  the zig zag lines are there to protect the children.

 

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