How Our School is Organised
The school is organised into seven mainstream classes of 25-30 children according to the chronological age of the children.
Key Stage One - Infants
EY (Reception) - 4-5 Years
Year 1 Class - 5-6 Years
Year 2 Class - 6-7 Years
Key Stage Two - Juniors
Year 3 Class - 7-8 Years
Year 4 Class - 8-9 Years
Year 5 Class - 9-10 Years
Year 6 Class - 10-11 Years
As we are a Primary School Resourced Provision (PSRP), we also have an eighth class for up to 10 children whose needs are greater than our mainstream pupils. The pupils in our PSRP are taught both in their own room and for certain subjects with their link class with support.
Our School Day
The School Day Morning Session Starts: 8.50am
Afternoon Session Ends: 3.15pm
The school has a breakfast/homework club which starts at 8.15am each morning.
The school also runs a variety of after school clubs which are organised on a term by term basis.
Our School Prayer
This is our school.
Let peace dwell here.
Let the rooms be full of happiness.
Let love abide here.
Love of one another.
Love of life itself
And love of God.
Let us remember that
as many hands make a building,
so many hearts make a school.
Information for families
Please ensure that the school office has your full address and contact details. You should also provide an emergency contact number for another family member or friend who we could contact should you be unavailable. Please remember to let us know if you change your telephone or mobile number. Please provide an email address if possible.
This is a fun, play-centred, out of school club based at the school, providing a range of indoor and outdoor play opportunities before and after school for children aged 4-14. An hourly rate is operated for your convenience. We are fully registered. If you are interested please contact us – 07917 291792.
We pride ourselves on providing an excellent 'value for money' school dinners, and we are now offering a choice menu. See menu document above.
Junior dinner money is payable in advance on Monday mornings - £10 per week.
Please give the office one week notice for a change between school dinners and packed lunches. Infants - changes need to be done each half term.
Please note our 'Allergy Handbook' is kept in the school kitchen, should you wish to see this please contact the school office.
We also have FRIDAY FAVOURITES for children who usually bring packed lunches- watch out for the half termly menus.
Children in our school are proud to wear their purple uniform. When we go out into the community people often comment on how smart we look.
Our uniform is as follows:
Sweater or cardigan – purple with our crest
Tie – purple and silver.
PE Kit – purple and silver with our crest
PE Bag - purple with our crest
Book Bag – purple with our crest
The above items are only available from Grays.
Skirt or pinafore – tailored, grey
Trousers – tailored, grey, long or short
Blouse or shirt – tailored, white with button-up collar, long or short sleeves
Socks or tights – plain white or grey
Shoes or sandals – black, flat, sensible – no trainers or boots
Hair accessories – plain discrete black, grey or purple
Purple and white checked dresses may be worn between Easter and October.
Our school jumpers should be washed without softener and dried naturally, i.e. not on the radiator or in a tumble drier.
Home school agreement
We request all families to provide a signed copy of our home school agreement. You may wish to explain the content of this agreement to your child.
If your child is unable to attend school for any reason please telephone or e-mail the school office to let us know. We also require a written note explaining absence when your child returns to school. If your child has sickness or diarrhoea we ask that he/she does not return to school for 48 hours as this kind of illness can be very infectious.
The school day begins promptly at 8.50 am. Please ensure your child is not late for school. Children who are late will be marked late in the register. Any late attendance is recorded on the end of year school reports to parents.
Please do not use the staff car park unless you have prior agreement from the school or need disabled access. We encourage families to walk to school if possible. If you need to drive to school please be aware of where you park and the safety of your children as they cross the road. We will do everything possible in school to include road safety awareness as part of the curriculum.
Jewellery is not allowed, this includes pierced earrings. Ear piercing should be done at the start of the summer holidays, this allows 6 weeks healing before school starts. If extra healing time is needed, a letter should be sent to school requesting this.
Please do not have piercing done during the school year.
For health & Safety reasons, hair braids with beads are not allowed in school. We also actively discourage aggressive and extreme hairstyles EG: gel spikes, shaved head patterns and dyed/bleached hair.