The School Day
How is the school organised?
Our school is organised into 14 classes with two classes in each year group. Each class has an assigned class teacher and we have a team of higher-level teaching assistants, teaching assistants and learning support assistants who work across the school in an effort to ensure 'Success for All'.
If you would like more information about the curriculum so you know what your child will be learning in each subject, please click here.
To help every child reach their full potential and to ensure the smooth running of our school, the school day is different for each key stage. We have detailed a typical day for a Reception class, a Key Stage 1 class and a Key Stage 2 class below.
How do I give permission for my child to walk home or exit the classroom alone?
If a parent/carer makes the decision to let their child walk home alone (or exit the classroom on their own at the end of the school day) they should make this known in writing, either by writing and signing a handwritten note or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children not collected from their classroom (Reception, Year 1 and Year 2) or from the playground (Years 3-6) will be taken to the Dining Hall. A parent/carer should go to the School Office to collect their child. Parents and carers should read our Late Collection of a Child Policy to know the procedure we follow for lateness.
After-school Clubs and Wraparound Care
We have a range of after-school clubs on offer which are organised on a first come, first served basis - the details of our current after-school clubs can be viewed here. We also have wraparound care for those working parents/carers who are unable to collect their child at 3:30pm - the details of which can be viewed here.