Please ensure your child is at school by this time in order to avoid disruption for your child and the start of the lesson.
Children settle into school through an early morning task during the register. Registers are completed at 9.00am.
If you arrive after 9.10am the gates into school will be locked and you will need to enter school from the Lead Lane/Harrogate Road entrance. An adult must bring the child to the office and sign their child in. You will be asked about the reason for the lateness, as this needs to be recorded.
Children have lunch between 11.45am and 1.00pm.
Lunchtime follows a 20/20/20 model: - 20 minutes having lunch, -20 minutes free play -20 minutes structured play, coordinated by our Midday Supervisors.
The school day ends at 3.15pm for children in Reception and Key Stage 1 (3.30pm for Nursery children) and 3.20pm for Key Stage 2.
All children from Reception to Y5 should be collected by a named adult - Y6 children only are permitted to walk home. All children should attend school in line with the school Attendance Policy.
Collecting children at the end of the day
Please be prompt collecting your child at the end of the day. School finishes at 3.15pm for Reception and KS1 children (Years 1 and 2), 3.20pm for KS2 children (Years 3 - 6) and 3.30pm for Nursery children. Children get very anxious if you are late. If another adult is to collect your child either temporarily or permanently, please inform the school office. Your child's teacher will not release your child to adults who are not listed in our records for collection. If for any reason you are unavoidably delayed please contact the school office with details of who will collect your child.
We cannot guarantee that staff will be able to supervise children after 3:30pm. Please ensure that emergency telephone numbers and contact names for your child are up to date at all times.
If you need to collect your child from school during the day for an appointment please come to the school office where you will be asked to sign that you have collected your child. A member of staff will collect your child from their class.
Please avoid making appointments during the school day. Any time missed from lessons makes it difficult for your child to keep up with their learning.
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We do not store personal information about individuals who visit this site except where they provide contact information via our contact us page and contact forms available on various pages throughout the website.
Any information you provide will only be used for the reasons specified and it will not be shared with any third party without your consent, unless required by law.
Your contact details are kept securely and are only accessed by authorised members of staff as part of the provision of school services. If you do not wish us to keep this contact information please tell us.
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This policy will be reviewed and updated versions will be posted on the website.
If you have any questions about the use of your personal information, the Information Commissioner is the independent regulator for both Data Protection and Freedom of Information.
Critical Worker Bookings
The Prime Minister has announced that a new national lockdown will come into force on Wednesday 6 January and that Primary Schools will close from Tuesday 5th January 2021. This is with the exception of Nursery children, children of critical workers and children classed as vulnerable.
This decision does not suggest that schools are no longer safe places for young people. Instead, limiting attendance is about reducing the number of contacts that all of us have with people in other households. When making a critical worker booking, please consider whether:
1) There is anybody else in your household, who could care for your child;
2) Which specific days your child needs to be in school, dependent on your shift pattern/working hours (if you are not at work every day Monday – Friday, then they do not need to be in school every day).
Please use the link below to complete the critical worker booking form. The cut-off time for bookings will be 4.30pm on a Wednesday prior to the following week. This is to ensure we can have appropriate staffing in place. If we do not receive a booking form from you, your child will not have a place allocated.