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The Start of the Day

It is very important to develop good routines for getting to school on time. The parking around the school is very limited, so if you have to travel by car you should allow for this. The school operates a 'soft start'. This means we are open from 8.45am. The children can come straight in, organise their things and join the class for an early morning activity. All children should be in school ready to start the day by 8.55am. We take the register at this time promptly. Children who arrive after 9.00am are marked as absent or late if they then arrive.

Good attendance habits and being punctual are excellent skills our children can need for their future life in the world. Please help your child to have the best possible start to their school day by ensuring they are in school by 8.55am ready to learn.


If your child is unwell, please phone the school before 9.00am and leave a message; please don't email as there could be a delay in receiving messages. If you do not inform us of your child's absence we will contact you to find out where your child is. If we cannot contact any parent of carer then we will continue to work through the list of contacts you have given us. Your child's safety is paramount to us and knowing where they are when absent is essential.

If your child becomes unwell during the day, we will contact you to come and collect them. Please ensure that we always have up to date telephone numbers for you.

End of the School Day

The school day for all pupils finishes at 3.20pm. The children are walked by their teacher to the playground at the end of the day. Please ensure you are ready to collect your child on time. If someone different is collecting your child it is very important that you have notified us of who will be attending on your behalf. You can share this at the start of the school day or contact us by phone. If someone comes to collect and we have not been notified then we will not release your child in to their care until we have been able to contact you.

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