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Where and when do I drop off/pick up my child?

Our school day starts at 8:35am and I will meet the children on the infant yard football pitch. We will take all our belongings up to class - coats, book bags and lunch boxes. 

School ends at 3:15pm for us and at this time we will go and meet parents / carers by the trim trail to go home.



What can my child bring to school?
We urge children to leave any unnecessary items at home.  All stationary will be provided so there is no need to bring pencil cases into school.

Here is a list of daily essentials:

  • rucksack that can be hung over a chair
  • water bottle
  • warm, waterproof coat
  • healthy, NUT FREE snack
  • any school reading books that they have finished reading



When does my child have PE? What should I do about their PE kit?

PE will be every Thursday.


Children should come into school in their PE kit where they will stay in it all day. A tracksuit/leggings and a jumper would be better than shorts during these cooler months.

At the moment there is no swimming sessions. When it does start up again, our swimming day will be on a Friday.



What happens at break times and dinner time? Do they need to bring a snack?

Break times and dinner time will be on the infant yard unless we are on the trim trail.


Children that are having packed lunches and dinner will be eaten in the classroom before going outside.


If your child would like a snack for break times, please ensure that it is NUT FREE and HEALTHY.



What happens if my child is self-isolating?

If you child is self-isolating and will not be attending school, please direct them to the home learning  page. Work will be periodically uploaded to match what we are learning in the classroom. Please click on the relevant week and follow the directions given.


Feel free to email me if you need any further support with home learning or have any questions.


If the whole class are self-isolating due to a confirmed case, I will offer TEAMS sessions 3 times a day to help guide the children with their learning.