Timings of the School Day
The school office is open from 8:30am until 4pm Monday to Friday during term-time only. Email and answerphone messages will not be monitored outside of these hours.
During the Coronavirus Lockdown the office will be open from 8:45am until 3pm. Please contact the office via phone or email, rather than in person unless absolutely necessary, thank you.
March 2021 Drop Off and Pick up Times
All children can be dropped off between 8:45am and 9:00am. Only one parent of Nursery – Year 3 children should come on to school site to drop off (wearing a face covering) and Year 4 – Year 6 children should make their way from the school gates independently.
Year 2 collection times have changed to enable social distancing and are highlighted below.
Pick up point
2.55pm – 3.00pm
2.50pm – 3.00pm
Willow class – Reception Garden (normal afternoon pick up)
Ash Class – KS1 playground (door where they are dropped off in mornings)
3.00pm – 3.10pm
Year 1 Garden
3.00pm - 3.10pm
KS1 playground (outside Year 2 doors)
3.05pm – 3.15pm
Outside Year 3 classrooms
Ball playground (green suite end)
Ball Playground (outside Lime Class)
These timings may differ due to social distancing restrictions within school.
8.50am – 11.45am (Reception)
8.50am – 12.00pm (KS1)
8.55am – 12.15pm (KS2)
10.45 – 11.00 (KS1)
10.30 – 10.45 (KS2)
11.45pm – 12.45pm (Reception)
12.00- 1.00pm (KS1)
12.15pm – 1.15pm (KS2)
12.45pm – 3.10pm (Reception) includes 10min break
1.00pm – 3.10pm (KS1)
1.15pm – 3.15pm (KS2)
8:50am - 11:50am 5 mornings per week or
8:50am – 1:50pm or 3:10pm for 3 days per week
Parents can supply a packed lunch or a school lunch can be provided at a cost of £2.70 per day. Your pick up time is set at the beginning of the academic year, and must be discussed with the School Business Manager if you want to change your arrangements.
At morning breaktime Nursery and KS1 (Key Stage 1) children have a drink of either milk or water. The school provides milk free milk up until the child turns 5, then subsidised milk is available via the Coolmilk.com site. They also receive a free piece of fruit or vegetable as part of the National School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme.
The Year 3 – 6 children can bring their own healthy snack (i.e. fresh fruit or vegetable). As part of our Healthy Schools work, we encourage the eating of a Healthy Snack.
We are a nut free school as we have children with severe nut allergies. No nuts or any foodstuff containing nuts (i.e. peanut butter spread, nutella or cereal bars) should be brought into school.
We are very happy for children to bring a bottle of water into school each day and refill it with drinking water from the classroom. We ask that children bring a plastic sports cap bottle with a capacity of no more than 500ml. This can remain on their table during the school day and may be refilled at breaktimes. The bottle must be clearly named and taken home each day for cleaning.