Please also check our statutory information page.
The School Day
The partnership between the child, home and school is very important. Working together, we can offer your child the best opportunities to develop as a learner. We aim for excellence and enjoyment in learning, so that children will engage actively in all that they do. It is in this way that we hope to establish the foundations for enquiring minds to continue developing when they leave our school.
The school has a start time of 8:55 and finish time of 3:30.
Foundation Stage and
(Reception, Years 1&2)
Key Stage 2
(Years 3,4,5 and 6)
08:45 – 8:55
|Morning teaching session 1||
09:00 to 10:30
10:30 to 10:45
|Morning teaching session 2||
10:45 to 12:00
|Lunch||12:00 to 1:15||12:00 to 1:00|
|Afternoon teaching session 1||1:15 to 2:30||1:00 to 3:30|
|Afternoon break||2:30 to 2:45||
|Afternoon teaching session 2||2:45 to 3:30|
|End of Day||
If you are driving to the school, please do not park on the side of the road near the playground and consider our neighbours by not blocking their access. As soon as a member of staff is on duty, please “drop and go”, this will avoid traffic congestion.
Arriving for school:
The bell will ring twice at 08:55. At the first ring pupils have to stand quiet and still, and at the second ring pupils walk to their class lines. Mrs Gardener is usually in the playground before school so is often able to answer quick questions.
A menu is available from the school office, and you can if you wish chose those days and hence meals that you would like your child to have – just write down what they would like on which day when you put their dinner money in their bag on a Monday morning. Please bring dinner money in a named purse or envelope. Parents can dine with their children at anytime (except Christmas dinner day), just order from the office first thing in the morning.
Friday Collective Worship and Celebration Assembly
Details about collective worship are here.
Family/community Church Services:
Parents and carers are welcome to attend.
Friday collection for Alma Khatun:
The children may take small coins into school for the collection for Alma (a child who lives in Bangladesh whom we sponsor through World Vision).
All children are expected to wear their house colour badges every day.
If the weather is so bad that it is dangerous, listen to the local radio or log in to Norfolk County Council for information concerning school closures.