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The School Day

Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1

 

Morning Session
08:55 -12:15

 

Afternoon Session
13:30-15:30

 

Key Stage 2

 

Morning Session
08:55 -12:15

 

Afternoon Session
13:30-15:30

 

Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 staff meet their children at the gate to their outdoor area at 08.45. Children can then go straight into the classroom.

 

In Key Stage 2 a member of staff will be on duty on the top playground from 08:45 and children in year 3- 6 come straight into their classrooms from this time. All children must be in school at 08:55 when the school day starts.

 

Those children going home for lunch may come back after 13:20 and must be in school for afternoon registration at 13:30

 

Children in Key Stage 1 and Foundation Stage have a 15 minute break each morning and afternoon. Key Stage 2 children have a 15 minute break in the mornings only.

 

There is an act of Collective Worship for all children each day.

 

Attendance

 

In order to make the most of all the learning opportunities and make good progress, it is vitally important that your child arrives on time and attends school every day unless there are exceptional circumstances. Our school is dedicated to the education of all our pupils and believes regular attendance through the year is essential to every child’s success and fulfilment.

 

We do however understand that there are occasions where children are ill and cannot attend school. If your child is unwell and cannot attend please phone school on 01926 422967 by 9.15am.

 

The attendance and punctuality of all our children are monitored closely by school, the Local Authority and OFSTED. Attendance registers are sent electronically to the Local Authority each week and the family of a child whose attendance is below a certain threshold will be contacted by the Attendance and Compliance Service.

 

The law states that Headteachers must not grant any leave of absence in term time except in exceptional circumstances. The regulations do not specify the circumstances that are considered to be exceptional. Leave of Absence requests are therefore considered on a case by case basis and it is for the Headteacher to decide whether the circumstances given are exceptional. If you need any further information regarding this please contact the School Office who will be happy to help.

 

Copies of our Attendance Policy are on the School website or you can request a copy from the school.

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