The start and finish times of our school day are annually reviewed by the Governing Body, who take into account feedback from staff and parents, and government guidelines.
Government guidelines suggest that children should be taught for a certain number of hours per week, depending on their age: 21 hours for pupils aged between five and seven, and 23.5 hours for pupils aged between seven and eleven. This does not include breaks, lunch, registration, or assemblies.
Childcare before and after school is available from local nurseries and child minders in the area.
Start and Finish
8:00 - 8.50am School opens for Breakfast Hub
8:40am Doors open for children
9:00am Doors close and registration is taken
3:15pm End of the day
All breaktimes are on a rota.
KS1 have a break of 20 minutes in the morning and 20 minutes in the afternoon.
KS2 have a break of 15 minutes in the morning
Lunch time is 12.00pm until 12.45pm
Our Study Support programme is currently being updated.
Morning Nursery: 8:30am until 11:30am
Doors open for collection at 11:30am
Afternoon Nursery: 12:30pm until 3:30pm
Doors open for collection at 3:20pm
A typical weekly assembly timetable is shown below. Any special assemblies will appear on the Annual Planner/Newsletter with an invitation for parents/carers to attend.
2.45pm Golden Assembly - Led by Mrs Barrett - Parents welcome to join us.
10:30am Visitor/Faith Assembly - Led by Miss Keetch and a visitor from the local community.
2:45pm Praise and sing Assembly - Led by Miss Leonard and Mrs Salloway
2.45pm E-Safety/ STARFISH Assembly - Led by Mrs Clarke and Mrs Aubrey
2:45pm Reading for Life Assembly - Led by Mr Lumley and Mrs Williams
Friday Reading for life Assembly
Each week Mr Lumley and Mrs Williams will be looking at books by different authors and finding out more about them through discussion, questioning and drama.
Some of the authors and books we've covered include:
- David Walliams - The World's Worst Children
- Julia Donaldson - The Magic Paint Brush
- David Baddiel - The Parent Agency
- Enid Blyton - The Magic Far Away Tree and The Famous Five
- Cressida Cowell - How to train your dragon
- Roald Dahl - The Twits
- J.K Rowling - Harry Potter Books