School Day

Time Activity
7.50am     Breakfast Club – toast, milk and cereals are provided. £4 per session.
8.30am - 8.50am School doors open. Children are able to go into the classroom from 8.30am and can take part in reading/morning activities.
8.50am     Registration
9.00am     Assemblies (most days)
10.00am - 10.15am Morning Break (Year 5 & Year 6)
10.20am - 10:35am Morning Break (Year 2)
10.40am - 10.55am Morning Break (Year 3 & Year 4)
11.30am - 12.30pm Lunchtime (Year 5 & Year 6)
12noon - 1pm  Lunchtime (EYFS & Years 1, 2, 3 & 4)
2.00pm - 2.15pm Afternoon Break (Year 5 & Year 6)
2.20pm - 2.35pm Afternoon Break (Year 2)
2.40pm - 2.55pm Afternoon Break (Year 3 & Year 4)
3.10pm     End of School Day (EYFS, Year 1 & Year 2)
3.15pm     End of School Day (Year 3 & Year 4)
3.30pm     End of School Day (Year 5 & Year 6)
3.15pm - 6.00pm After School Club – offering a snack and a variety of activities. Sessions currently cost £3.75 per hour (or part of) £7.50 (two hours) or £9.00 for the full session. Places must be pre-booked.


Please adhere to the times below, arrive in good time and avoid getting too close to each other on School Hill before your allocated slot. If you are waiting, please leave a distance of at least one metre between each adult. In order to keep our school community safe, please can all adults remember to wear a face mask when dropping off and collecting children. As everyone’s safety is paramount, we are trying our best to keep large numbers gathering outside school to a minimum so, please leave as soon as you have your children. 

Thank you, as always, for your support in ensuring the full re-opening of school continues to run smoothly.

From Monday 8th March we will revert back to the three separate end of day times (see below). However, this time younger siblings will stay in school until the collection time of their oldest sibling, for example:

·         if you have children in Year 1, Year 3 and Year 6 all children will leave school at 3.30pm

·         if you have children in EYFS and Year 2 they will leave at 3.10pm

·         if you have children in Year 1 and Year 3 they will leave at 3.20pm

We will continue to bring the children out to stand at designated class areas on the School Hill as this has helped to ensure a safer handover of the children and has given adults more space to keep apart while waiting.

Nursery/Reception/Year 1 (Teachers - Mrs Grant/Mrs Platton)
Drop Off Point - School gate main entrance - staff will take them to their classroom.
Time - From 8.30am (12.30pm - NURSERY only)
Collection Point - School gate main entrance.
Time: 3.10pm  (11.30am - NURSERY only)

Year 2 (Teacher - Mrs Horn)
Drop Off Point - Year 2 classroom door - through the gated courtyard at the front of the school by main entrance.
Time - From 8.30am
Collection Point - School gate main entrance.
Time - 3.10pm
Year 3 (Teacher - Mrs Thompson/Mrs Pervaz)
Drop Off Point - Computer room door by bike and scooter pod.
Time - from 8.30am
Collection Point - Computer room door by bike and scooter pod. Children will wait underneath school sign.
Time - 3.20pm
Year 4 (Teacher - Mrs Hawkswell)
Drop Off Point - Main entrance
Time - from 8.30am
Collection Point - Main entrance. Children will wait opposite Church.
Time - 3.20pm
Year 5 (Teacher - Mrs Owens)
Drop Off Point - Computer room door by bike and scooter pod.
Time - from 8.30am
Collection Point - Computer room door by bike and scooter pod. Children wait by red entrance door.
Time - 3.30pm
Year 6 (Teacher - Miss McIntosh)
Drop Off Point - Main entrance.
Time - from 8.30am
Collection Point - Main entrance. Children wait by Norman House wall. 
Time - 3.30pm


As usual, Breakfast Club will run from 7.50am to 8.30am and After School Club will run from 3.10pm to 6.00pm. Drop off and collection, for both clubs, will be via the side Hall door as normal. Places must be pre-booked in advance and we will be unable to accept bookings on the day. 

Sadly, no parents will be allowed on site, unless an appointment has been previously made, as we need to adhere to the procedures in our risk assessment of keeping the mix of adults and children down to a minimum.