|School start||8.50 am||8.50 am||8.50 am|
|Break||10.45 – 11.00 am||10.45 – 11.00 am||10.30 – 10.45 am|
|Lunch||11.45 am – 1.00 pm||12.00 – 1.00 pm||12.00 – 1.00 pm|
|Hometime||11.45 am > if not staying for lunch.
12.15 pm > if staying for lunch.
3.15pm > if staying all day.
|3.15 pm||3.15 pm|
In order to enable the teachers to have a prompt registration at 8.50 am, it would be helpful if parents could ensure the children are arriving from 8:45am onwards.
Daily Assemblies take place at school where pupils receive religious, moral and cultural education. This may be through stories for thought or discussion, extracts from Bible Stories, role-play activities or the sharing of pupil’s experiences. Assembly time satisfies much of the social, moral and spiritual requirements and is therefore considered to be an important part of the school day.
Punctuality is important, but when problems arise, it is better to arrive late than not at all. Parents of children taking part in after-hours activities will be informed well in advance. It is important that any absences from school must be explained by either a telephone call or a note to school from the parent/guardian.