8.50am - 3.15pm
Our school day officially starts at 8.50am. The ten minutes prior to this, between 8.40am (when the doors first open) and 8.50am, is ‘Ready to Learn’ time. ‘Ready to Learn’ time is one of, if not, the most important part of your child’s school day. Every child is greeted as they enter the school and teachers and teaching assistants from other classes will say hello as they walk along the corridor. Once in the class, there are a range of activities for them to take part in. Sometimes there are group discussion questions, other times it might be a quiz, handwriting practice or math’s questions. It is also an opportunity to support a child with an area they may have found difficult the day before or to offer children positive feedback about how proud we are of the effort they are making. Most importantly, we have noticed that the biggest impact is on the children’s happiness as, during this time, staff also have informal chats with the children. ‘Ready to Learn’ time is one of our best opportunities to build these relationships with your children. It also ensures that children are in the right place to do their best learning.
Reception 12.00 – 1.00pm
Key Stage 1 11.55 – 12.55pm
Lower Key Stage 2
Y3 12.00pm - 1.00pm
Y4 12:20pm - 1:20pm
Upper Key Stage 2
Y6 12.00pm - 1.00pm
Y5 12:20pm - 1:20pm
KS1 - 10.15am - 10.30am
Lower KS2 – Y3: 10.25-10.40 Y4: 10:40-10:55
Upper KS2 – Y5: 10.55-11.10 Y6: 10:10-10.25
Key Stage 1 - 2pm – 2.15pm
Home time: 3.15pm (Autumn One - Reception children are collected by parents at 3pm.)
Act of Collective Worship
Monday: 9am Rec and KS1 – Mr Brooke, Mrs Williams or Mrs Millward
1:25pm KS2 Mr Brooke, Mrs Williams or Mrs Millward
Friday: 9.00am - 9.20am for Rec and KS1 and 1:25pm for KS2. Whole school assemblies reflect our core values of Care, Aspire, Achieve and are run by the Headteacher. At least one member of staff per phase to attend who will award their star of the week. Star of the Week and other awards are given out during this assembly. A nominated assembly each half term is for giving out Care, Aspire, Achieve bands and celebrating our core values.
Reception children do not usually attend whole school assemblies until they are settled.
Themes are broadly Christian and British Values but with an emphasis on social and moral issues, in particular understanding of Virtues and the school values of Care, Aspire, Achieve.