General Information

The school gate opens at 8.35am. All children in year 1 upwards need to be dropped off outside their classrooms.
School starts at 8.45am. It is really important that the children are here on time so they can get organised for the school day - our Education Welfare Officer monitors lateness regularly.
We have a breakfast club held every morning from 8am. Children must be signed in by a parent every morning and have filled in a registration form prior to their first visit. Breakfast club costs £1 which includes a bowl of cereal or a slice of toast. Money may be paid in advance or on the day.
Support our ‘park and walk’ scheme by parking in the Wheatsheaf car park at the start and end of each day. Car park badges are available from the office.
We are always really busy in the morning but Mrs Gilbert, Mrs Stubbs, Miss Hughes and Miss
Brennan will be in the office to assist you with any queries you may have or you can see us after school.
Dinner money should be brought to school in a named envelope and given to Miss Brennan at the gate. (£2.05 per day, £10.25 per week) A menu will be displayed on the smaller notice board as you come through the gate, and there is always the weekly menu on the school newsletter.
We offer toast and juice for children at break-time. See Miss Cotton on a Monday morning if you would like your child to have just toast, crumpet or teacake or a snack and juice/milk through the week. Please remind your child they are having the snack so that they remember to line up outside to get it before going out to play.
We are a healthy school, therefore we encourage children to drink water throughout the day. It would help us if your child could bring a water bottle to school filled with water ready for the day and take them home at the end of each day to wash. (Sports bottle lids are preferred, please). Also encourage your child to eat a healthy nutritious lunch!

We are a NUT FREE school so please do not send in any items containing nuts as we have children and staff who are allergic to nuts.

   Discourage your child from bringing in toys to school unless we specifically ask for them. If they are            asked to bring anything in, it is their responsibility to take care of it and to ensure it is not broken or              lost. 

To encourage and reward positive behaviour we have a Key Points reward system. Your child will be able to earn key points throughout the week for things like: positive behaviour, contributing to lessons, attendance and homework. They will be able to spend their key points in the school shop on a Friday playtime or save them up for a larger prize. They will also receive house points for their designated house. Each class has its own page on the school website - this will be updated regularly, so please have a look.
Helpers are always welcome for hearing readers, theme days or class trips. Please just let us know if you are available to help!

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