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School Day

The school bell is rung at 8.55am and the school day begins at 9.00 a.m. Children should not arrive at school any earlier than 8.45 a.m. as teachers need to prepare for lessons and there is no supervision for children prior to this time.
Assembly is daily. (There are opportunities for parents to be invited to some of these) Assembly is a non-denominational corporate act of worship.

Morning Playtime - 10.45a.m. to 11.00am

Lunch - 12.30p.m. to 1.30p.m.

School finishes at - 3.30p.m. 

At the beginning of the day Class 1 children enter their classroom through the main entrance and at the end of the day they are delivered directly to their parents or carers from the classroom door. Classes 2 and 3 (year 2 upwards) have a short playtime in the main rear playground from 8.45am until 8.55am at which time they line up for the class teachers and are led into school. At the end of the day they come out of school through the main entrance to be collected by parents or carers. We would prefer anyone who is collecting children to wait in the front garden as the main road is so busy. Parents of older children should make arrangements for their child’s safety at the end of the day, however we would never let a child go if they were not happy or secure with the arrangements that are in place. Please let us know if you are delayed in collecting them and about any changes.

The school encourages children to walk to school if they live locally, however, if it is necessary for you to travel by car we would ask that you respect all parking and traffic restrictions. Please do not park or drop off your child in Foundry Lane as it is a busy and narrow lane. We are also supportive of children cycling to school and there are cycle racks available. We are very lucky to have a school crossing patrol officer, Mrs Fisher, who is employed to safely assist your child in crossing the road.
The hours spent on teaching during the normal school week, including religious education, but excluding the daily act of collective worship, registration and playtimes (including lunch) amount to twenty three and three quarter hours.

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