The School Day


Start of our School Day



Children may wait on the top playground.  If it is raining, the children are allowed to enter school and go into class where they are supervised by the class teacher.  Due to the lack of space and number of people, children are not to run around, use scooters or play ball games at this time or climb on the wall or benches.  A member of staff is on duty from 8.45am, prior to that; any children present are the responsibility of their parent or carer.



The bell is rung punctually by the teacher on duty and the children line up in their designated area. Teachers are available for any quick messages from parents, however they should not be prevented from supervising and teaching their class; teachers are happy to see parents at a more convenient time. 

Arriving Late


At 8.50am the doors are locked so if your child arrives after this, they will need to enter the school via the school office so that we can mark them in on the register. We have good punctuality and work with families and the Education Welfare Officer to improve this.

Collective Worship



Collective worship is a very special part of the school day and is given a high priority by the school community.






Whole School


9.05am KS2 9.30am KS1/ EYFS

Father Michael





10.00am KS1 10.20am KS2

Singing Worship







10.40am – 10.55am

Children can buy toast, fruit and drinks from the school kitchen or eat a fresh piece of fruit or vegetables or dried fruit. No other snacks are permitted. (Wetplay - During wet playtime the children are offered a range of wet play activities.)



Rec &KS1:
12 noon – 1.15pm  

KS2: 12:15 – 1:15pm

Pupils have a school lunch or bring a packed lunch.  Both are taken in the dining room. Packed lunches must not contain chocolate bars and sweets or fizzy drinks.

Afternoon Registration


The Class Register is called again.

End of our School Day




Rec & KS1


3.15pm KS2

School Ends – Teachers accompany their class to the exit onto the playground where parents can collect their child / children. 

Teachers (Year R-4) must ensure that every child is collected by an adult. Children are only allowed to go with other adults if the teacher or school office has been informed. Children who are not collected should be asked to wait by the school office under the supervision of their class teacher. Children in Yr5 and 6 may walk home independently from school but only if school has received written parental consent.

Children who leave school during the day e.g. dental appointment must be collected by a parent, adult or other authorised person. Parents must come to the main office to collect children who are leaving school during school hours. The child must be signed out in the book in the school office. 

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