Below are answers to questions we are frequently asked...
WHAT WILL MY CHILD WEAR TO SCHOOL?
Grey Trousers/Grey Skirt/Pinafore, White Shirt (polo or cotton) (polo shirts recommended for Reception children), Red Sweatshirt/Cardigan (with school emblem), Red/White poloneck (during Autumn & Spring terms). Grey socks/white socks or red/grey tights. Children should wear school shoes (Velcro fastening shoes are best for Reception children) – no open-toed sandals or high heels, please. Trainers are only allowed for PE.
Indoor: House Colour T-Shirt, Red Shorts
Outdoor: House Colour T-Shirt, House Colour Hoody, Tracksuit Bottoms (black or grey), Plimsolls/Training Shoes.
Swimming: Trunks (boys), Swimsuit (girls), Swim Hat, Towel
Lost property is a very real issue. Please ensure that every item of clothing that your child may remove is named.
WHAT TIME DOES SCHOOL START AND FINISH?
|8:40am||Doors Open. (Reception, Years 1 and 2 drop-off at classroom door. Years 3, 4, 5 and 6, drop-off at Junior Playground from 8:30am)|
|8:45am||Whole School Registration|
|10:30am||Playtime - Reception, Years 1 and 2|
|10:45am||Playtime - Years 3, 4, 5 and 6|
|11:45am - 1:00pm||LUNCHTIME for Reception, Years 1 and 2|
|12:10pm - 1:10pm||LUNCHTIME for Years 3, 4, 5 and 6|
|2:30pm||Playtime - Reception, Years 1 and 2|
|3:15pm||Home time for Reception, Years 1 and 2 (children should be collected from their classroom door. Please notify your child's classteacher if someone else will be collecting your child).|
|3:20pm||Home Time for Years 3, 4, 5 and 6|
If children arrive after Registration we ask that you report to the School Office for your child to be registered there. If for any reason your child leaves school during school hours, they must be ‘booked out’ via the School Office. Advance notice of dentist appointments, music exams etc., is required, in writing, for a child to be released during the school day.
WHICH SUBJECTS DO THE SCHOOL TEACH?
We teach all subjects within the National Curriculum, including French in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6. Subjects are mainly taught separately but cross curricular links are always sought so that learning has a real context for our pupils. There is also a variety of topic areas that are visited during termly focus weeks. We teach Sex Education as part of the Health Education programme in Years 5 and 6 and parents are invited to discuss with staff the material to be used prior to this part of the curriculum being taught. Parents have the right to withdraw their child from Sex Education and from Religious Education. Parents wishing to exercise this right should discuss this with the Headteacher.