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Important information

School Session Times:


Foundation Stage:     8.55am – 2.50pm

Lunch:                       12:00pm – 12:45pm


Keystage 1:               8.55am – 2.50pm

Breaktime:                10.25am – 10.40am

Lunch:                      12.15pm – 1.00pm


Keystage 2:               8.55am – 2.55pm

Breaktime:               10.45am – 11.00am

Lunch:                    12.30pm – 1.10pm


Office opening times: 8.00am – 4pm



If your child cannot attend school on any day, please ensure that the school is informed as soon as possible by ringing the Absence telephone number 01579 386161.



If you have a concern about a child please speak to the class teacher. Our Designated Child Protection Officers are Mr Shirley, Mrs Collacott, Miss Parker, Mrs Spurr and Miss Bilas.  The school’s policy can be found on our website's policies page. 


Breakfast Club

Breakfast club runs every day. Why not drop your child off at school at 7:45am where they will be able to choose from a variety of tasty options; different sorts of cereals, yogurt, fruit, bagels and juice? There are also fun activities to do during breakfast.


The cost of each session costs £2.50 or £10 for 5 sessions. If your child is eligible for pupil premium funding, then they can come to breakfast club for free. Ms Alderson runs breakfast club and she can be contacted directly for bookings on 07867 129838. 




Girls’ Uniform 

•         Grey skirt or standard grey or black trousers

•         White blouse or polo shirt

•         Red school sweatshirt

•         Red / white check dress

•         Plain socks

•         Plain dark shoes


Boys’ Uniform 

•         Standard grey or black trousers

•         White shirt or polo shirt

•         Red school sweatshirt

•         Plain socks

•         Plain dark shoes


The items are available from many shops although sweatshirts and PE t-shirts are embroidered with the school logo may be purchased from the school office.


PE Kit                    

•         Coloured school t-shirt (in your child’s team colour)

•         Black shorts

•         Trainers or plimsolls




If your child needs to be given medicine during the school day it should be handed into the office and a consent form completed indicating the dosage and time to be administered. All medication should be clearly labelled with your child’s name.

If your child suffers from asthma they are requested to keep an inhaler in their class. Please notify the school in your child suffers from asthma.


Behaviour Management 

We take a positive approach towards behaviour. All members of staff have high expectations and follow the school’s policy which can be found on our website's policies page. 



We recognise the diversity of needs within our school and we aim to give each individual child the support they need. We aspire to create a socially inclusive community where all children are accepted for their individuality and unique ability.


Music Lessons

Children are able to learn a variety of instruments, including the violin, woodwind, guitar and drums. Weekly sessions at the school are run by a company called IMS, but the office at school will be able to give you all the information you need. Currently, over 50 children learn instruments.


Collective Worship


Each day the children experience an act of worship held in the hall. This is an opportunity to develop the children’s sense of self, others and spirituality. The basis of this is Christian and takes on a broad knowledge of world faiths, especially festivals and celebrations and the roles and responsibilities of citizens.


Right of withdraw


We expect all children to attend assembly. However, any parent can request permission for their child to be excused from religious worship, and we will make alternative arrangement for the supervision of the child during that part of the assembly. Parents do not have to explain or give reasons for their request. The right of withdrawal complies with the 1994 Education Act, and was restated in the 1988 Education Reform Act.


Complaints Procedure


You are encouraged to discuss any matter of concern with the Headteacher or Teacher as soon as they arise.  In this way we can avoid small problems growing into large ones. We are required to have a formal procedure for complaints about the curriculum and this is set out below.


Arrangement for the handling of complaints about the curriculum:


1) Parents who wish to make a complaint should contact the school and make an appointment to discuss the matter with the Class teacher or the Headteacher.  Other school or County staff may be involved as appropriate.


2) If the complaint cannot be resolved at school level, the parent may register the complaint with the governing body.


3) A sub-committee of governors will usually hear the complaint. The parent has the right to appeal to the Secretary of State.


The Complaints Policy was re-adopted by the school in Autumn 2017.