Part of the Glyn Academies Trust

School Day

The official part of the school day starts with morning registration at 9am and ends at 3:15pm. This includes breaks but not optional before or after school activities.The total time this amounts to in a typical week is 31.25 hours.

The school doors open at 8.40am for all children and close at 8.50am. Children are expected to enter their classrooms from this time and prepare themselves for the start of the school day. The school day starts at 9.00am when the register is taken. The playground is supervised from 8.40am each morning. Under no circumstances should any child come to school, or be left on the school premises before 8.40am. We have a breakfast club which is open from 7.30am each day and, for a small fee, provides children with a healthy breakfast and a range of stimulating and engaging activities. Booking forms are available from the school office.

The start of the school day is an important time and lateness is a disruption both for the child and the school. Please make sure your child attends school on time and that he/she is only kept away from school for genuine illness. If you need any support with getting your child to school on time please talk to your class teacher or our Senior Administrator, Mrs Kirkpatrick. 

Playtime for KS1 is at 10.30am each day. Playtime for KS2 is at 10.45am each day.

Lunchtime begins at 11.40 am for Early Years, 11:45am for KS1 and at 12.30 for KS2. The afternoon session begins at 12:30pm for Early Years and KS1 and 1.25pm for KS2. There is an afternoon break for KS1. The school day ends at 3.15 pm for all children.

When children are dismissed from school they are expected to leave the site and go straight home – unless, of course, they are involved in an after-school activity. Please phone ahead if you are likely to be late as we can then let your child know and save them from worrying unnecessarily. The school will only let children go home with adults that have been agreed with the parent in advance, this is for safeguarding reasons.