Term Dates/School Day

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THE SCHOOL TIMETABLE:

Doors open at 8:40am and close at 8.50am

School starts/Registration is at 8:45am

Lessons start promptly at 9.00am with the morning break at 10.30am – 10.45am (main lessons are 45 mins each)

Lunchtime: 12.15pm – 1.15pm.

School finishes at 3:05 pm.

 

BREAKFAST CLUB

The school also offers a breakfast club facility. This opens at 8am. Children are offered a variety of cereals, milk, fresh orange or apple juice, toast/crumpets or muffins with various toppings (subject to availability).

There are a number of activities for the children. There are always two members of staff on duty. The present cost is £3.00 per child per day, which must be paid either on the day or prior to attendance. Pre booking is not required, children merely present themselves at the Extended School Room.

LUNCH TIME

Lunchtime runs from 12.15pm— 1.15pm. Infants eat 12.15-12.45pm Juniors eat 12.45-1pm

NURSERY

Children attend the Nursery either in the morning of the afternoon:

Morning sessions: 8.45am-11.45am

Afternoon sessions: 12.05pm-3.05pm

HOLIDAYS

There are 190 statutory school days in one year. That means there are 175 days (weekends & school holidays) available to use for holidays!

There is no entitlement to time off in school time to go on holiday.

Headteachers cannot authorise any leave in term time unless there are exceptional circumstances. ALL holidays will be unauthorised.

Any period taken without agreement of the school, or in excess of that agreed, will be classed as unauthorised and may attract a Penalty Notice.

A 2 week holiday in school time means your child has approximately 50 hours of missed work to catch up on! Penalty Notices are now being issued.

Some parents choose to book holidays during term time because it is more convenient for them or perhaps better value than at other times.

We understand that everybody deserves a holiday but NOT at the expense your child’s education.

Click Holidays-in-Term-time-Flyer for more information and the form that you can use to request permission. However it’s important to note that such permission is very limited and consequently very rarely granted.

 

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