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St Mary’s C of E Primary School

“Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.” John 13:34

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Opening Times

All children are the responsibility of their parents until 8:50am, unless given specific permission by a teacher.

 

Between 8:50 and 8:55am children are supervised provided they are on the hard playground areas.

 

8.00-8.50am Breakfast Club

 

8.50am Brown gate opened to admit children in years 2 - 6.

 

8.55am Bell rung for remaining children to enter school

 

9.00am School day begins

 

9.10am Worship - see below

 

10.45-11.00am Morning break *

 

12.15pm Lunch break

 

1.15pm Afternoon school begins

 

2.30-2.40pm Afternoon break for Reception, Years 1 & 2

 

3.15pm End of school day

 

3.15pm to 5.15pm After School Club

 

* Playtime Snacks:
At present all children in the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 (Elm/Oak/Ash/Nursery) receive free fruit as part of the national fruit scheme.

 

ALSO AVAILABLE: Snacks 50p
During each morning break the kitchen serves healthy snacks to any child in KS2 (Willow/Chestnut/Rowan/Beech).

You can alternatively provide a fruit snack from home for your child to eat.

 

Information about collecting children
We would appreciate your assistance as we help children leave the school at the end of the day. Please ensure that we know what is happening with your child if collection arrangements are different in any way. If your child is going home with someone different, or you are going to be delayed, all we need is a quick phone call, a note or you could speak to us in person in the morning. We understand that sometimes things that cause the changes can be very last minute and you might not always be able to give us advance warning. In such cases we may wait until we have managed to contact you and clarify your wishes before we allow your child to leave school. We hope that you understand that this is in the children’s best interest and part of our safe guarding responsibilities.

 

School Worship
School worship forms a very important part of our school life. The following is our usual timetable.

 

Monday, 9.10am Whole school worship, led by headteacher, senior leadership team or visitor

 

Tuesday, 9.10am Each class has its own act of worship in the classroom, and KS2 have an optional choir session.

 

Wednesday, 9.10am Key Stage 2 in the hall, Key Stage 1 and Foundation in the classroom

 

Thursday, 9.10am Certificate assembly to celebrate the achievements of the week

 

Friday, 9.10am Whole school worship, led by headteacher, deputy headteacher or visitor.

 

Once a term we hold Achievement Assemblies on Fridays to celebrate achievements both in and out of school. Parents are particularly welcome to join us for these.

 

Please note that parents do have a legal right to withdraw their children from collective worship. Please speak to the headteacher to discuss the procedure.

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