School Day

 

Reception and Years 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5

Morning: 8:45am – 12:00pm

Afternoon: 1:00pm – 3:10pm

Years 6

Morning: 8:45am – 12:15pm

                      Afternoon: 1:00pm – 3:10pm

 

Arrival and departure

Children need to arrive in school to line up on the playground at 8.45am and should not arrive before 8.40am unless the children are attending the Early Birds Club which starts at 7.45am.

 

Lessons finish at 3:10pm. Up to Year 4 all children must be collected by an adult. If there is to be a change of the adult collecting a child then school must be informed. Children should not be collected by anyone under the age of 13 years.

Mobile phones. Only children arriving at or leaving school unaccompanied are permitted to bring a mobile phone into school. On arrival in class phones should be taken to the Office for safekeeping until the end of the school day. Phones are NOT allowed to be used during the school day under any circumstances.  Parents should remind children not to give their mobile number to others.

 

Break Times

Morning break time: 15 minutes 10:15am to 10:30am

Pupils may bring a portion of dried or fresh fruit or vegetable to eat at morning break. 

Year R, 1 and 2 children receive free fruit as part of a government initiative

To encourage healthy eating habits we ask that no other type of food is provided for this time in the day. Milk can be ordered at break-time, order forms are available from the school office. Children under 5 years of age receive free milk. 

 

Lunch times                                                                               

Children may have a school dinner, bring a packed lunch or go home for lunch.  All Children in year R, 1 and 2 are entitled to a free school meal.  School dinners are currently priced at £1.95 per day .  We ask that all dinner money be  paid online via our Scopay link on the school website. Pupils may be entitled to free school meals.  Further details are available from the school office, of from iwight.com.

Those bringing packed lunches are asked to have their boxes clearly named.  We would ask that parents send their child with a healthy lunch, not including glass bottle, fizzy drinks, sweets or any product containing nuts (in order to protect those of our children who suffer from extreme allergic reactions to nuts)

MSAs  supervise the children while they eat and play during the lunch hour.  There are organised games with our Play leader.  A senior member of staff is always on duty at lunchtime.

2011 School Day. Create and maintained by Sam Newson (ICT Facilitator)
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