The School Day

  • 8am – 8.50am – Breakfast Club.

  • 8.50am registration

  • 10.20am – 10.40am KS1 Break

  • 10.40am KS2 Break

  • 2pm – 2.20pm KS1 Break

  • 11.50am – 12.45pm EYFS Lunch

  • 12noon – 12.45pm KS1 Lunch

  • 12.15pm – 1pm KS2 Lunch

  • 3.15pm End of School Day

  • 3.15pm – 5.30pm After School Club

Further info:

Punctuality and Attendance:

Punctuality is an important life skill. It is also polite.

  • Children must be in class by 8.50am each day. Registers will be taken as soon as possible after that time. Children will be marked late if they arrive at school after the registers have been taken. The school doors will be shut by 8.50am. Children who arrive after that time must come into the building via the main office, where they will be entered into the late book.
  • Lateness will be closely monitored.
  • If the arrival at school is after the registers have closed at 9.15am the pupil will receive a ‘U’. This equates to an absence although we are aware that the pupil is on the school premises in accordance with health and safety.

· If a pupil is late due to a medical appointment, they will receive an authorised absence coded ‘M’. Children should be returned to school as soon as the appointment is over. Please be advised that where possible doctors and dentists appointments are to be made outside of school hours or during school holidays.

Pupils who are consistently late are disrupting not only their own education but also that of the other pupils. Lateness is considered to be an equally serious absence.

“Parents and carers value the strong sense of community you encourage within the school’s
very diverse cultural and social mix where everyone is treated with kindness and respect.”

Ofsted 2018

“Pupils’ behaviour is often exemplary.”

Ofsted 2018

“The school embodies its Christian vision through the way it welcomes and supports pupils of all backgrounds and abilities, thus helping them to flourish.”

SIAMS 2019

“My child never wants to miss school.”

Parent questionnaire - Autumn 2018

“My child has been made very welcome.”

Parent questionnaire - Autumn 2018