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School Day​​​​​​​

30 hour children – 8:50am-3:00pm
15 hour children – Sessions are from 8:50am-12:00pm or 12:00pm-3:00pm

Key stage 1 and Reception:

8:40am            Start of the school day

11.45am            Lunch
12:40pm           Afternoon registration

3.10pm            End of the school day

(32 hours and 30 minutes per week)

Key stage 2:

8:40am            Start of the school day

12:25pm          Lunch
1.15pm            Afternoon registration

3.15pm            End of the school day

(32 hours and 55 minutes per week)

Punctuality is extremely important to us.

Start of the school day

There is a member of staff on duty on the Year 3/4 gate and the KS2 playground/Year 5/6 door from 8.40am every morning. There will also be a member of staff in each Early Years and KS1 classroom to welcome your child from 8.40am. Pupils should not arrive too early as no responsibility can be accepted for children who arrive before 8.40am (unless they attend our wraparound and breakfast club). If your child is late for school, please bring him/her to the main entrance where you will be able to sign them in.

End of the school day

3.00pm            Nursery children to be collected from the top gate of the quiet area.

3.10pm            Children in Reception to be collected from the hall

Children in Year 1 and Year 2 to be collected from their classrooms.

3.15pm            Children in Year 3 will be escorted down the stairs by a member of staff and will be dismissed to their parents at the bottom gate to the quiet area. Children in Year 4 will be dismissed by a member of staff on the main KS2 playground exiting through the side playground gate.

In their pack of information to schools, Worcester County Council Road Safety Unit state that all children under the age of 8 years should always be accompanied to and from school by a responsible adult.

3.15pm            Children in Years 5 and 6 are allowed to walk home from school without their parents if a consent form has been completed. If your child is not walking home unaccompanied, a member of staff will dismiss them to the top gate of the quiet area.

If you collect your child by car at 3.15pm and wait in Coniston Crescent, we would ask that you kindly avoid parking in front of the school gate and show consideration to our local residents.  The police make occasional visits to ensure motorists do not park illegally or obstruct the area. Parking in our school car park is not permitted.