The School Day
When we start and finish school
Doors to the school will open at 8.35am to allow 10 minutes for the children to enter school on entering the playground and organise themselves ready to be registered at 8.45am. When children enter school, their teachers will be waiting for them in their classrooms so that they can direct them to a morning task.
Any messages for teachers should be given to the staff on duty in the playground who will make sure they are passed to the class teacher. Alternatively, you could call at the school office to leave a message.
Reception and Y1/2 8.45am-11.45am
Y3 and Y4 8.45am – 12noon
Y5 and Y6 8.45am – 12.30pm
Y3 and Y4 1.00pm – 3.10pm
Y5 and Y6 1.30pm – 3.10pm
Every child has personal home time arrangements that have been confirmed by parents/carers.
Here are the 3 options:
- Permission given to walk home by themselves or meet parents/carers at a place outside of the school grounds. (1st to leave)
- Permission given to leave the teacher and come and find you somewhere on the school grounds. (2nd to leave)
- Child MUST wait with the teacher until parent or nominated person arrives on the playground to collect them.
Please click here for our school policies including our attendance policy.
Click here to find the school’s latest Ofsted Report.
Parents are invited to share their views with OFSTED by visiting the Parent View Section
Inspection of Anglican Schools
The school was inspected in January 2016 by the National Society. We were delighted to be given the highest grade of ‘outstanding’ in all areas. Click here to view the full report.
KS2 SATs Results
By following the links below, you will be able to access our latest Key Stage 2 data.
Follow the links below for information on Pupil Premium Grant funding and the PE & Sports Grant.
Looking after our children in times of need
From time to time some of our children may need additional support. That might mean extra help or resources to support their education, or a more structured work programme to meet their needs. Mrs Irwin is our Special Educational Needs co-ordinator who works with us to monitor our provision.
Alternatively, you may require help to handle an issue at home which is affecting school life. We have a fully equipped nurture room and Barbara O’Toole, our learning mentor, is available to support families or children in need of extra support.
If at any time, you feel worried about your child’s development or have a home life issue to discuss, in the first instance, please contact the class teacher. You’ll always be welcome and your concerns dealt with professionally and sympathetically.