|Classroom Doors open||8.30am|
|Classroom Doors close||8.45am|
|Morning Breaktime||10.30am -10.45am|
|Lunchtime KS1||12.00pm - 1.00pm|
|Lunchtime KS2||12.15pm -1.15pm|
All children should arrive in class between 8.30am - 8.45am. Children unarriving to school after 8.45am must enter via the school office. The doors are open from 8.35am until 8.45am.
Children who persistently arrive late for lessons can find it hard to settle into the class routines and disrupt the learning of other children. This can cause them to be unsettled and to find it difficult to concentrate. Please work with us to give your child the best start to their school day by ensuring they arrive on time.
If your child cannot attend school, parents are required to contact the school and leave a message on the school absence line. If we do not receive a reason for your child's absence then we will try and contact you to find out why your child is not in school. Should we be unable to contact you we will ask Claire Cull, our Cluster Attendance Officer to carry out a home visit. Claire will also do a home visit if your child has been absent for more than three days.
Wherever possible, we would ask that medical appointments be made outside of the school day, although we understand that this is not always possible. If you child does need to attend a medical appointment, ie dentist, doctors, hospital etc, you may be asked to provide evidence of this appointment. This can be in the form of a compliment slip from the surgery/other, giving your child's name and date of appointment, bearing an official signature and stamp.
A reminder that we are unable to authorise holiday during term time. Leave of absence applications are intended for families where there is an exceptional circumstance that requires a child to be away from school. If you do feel that you have an exceptional reason for requesting leave of absence, please complete a leave of absence form, available from the school office.
Holiday taken during term-time has an impact on your child's learning and attainment. In line with Government advice, if children are taken out of school without the Headteacher's authorisation, a penalty notice may be issued.