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School Day

School sessions are: 9.00 - 12.00 and 13.00 - 15.30

Parents are encouraged to bring children to school no earlier than 8.50am. Children are able to enter their classrooms and prepare for the school day from 8.50am when the whistle goes and they are collected from the playground. School is not responsible for children before that time. Registration takes place at 9.00am. Children arriving late will be given a "late mark" and parents will be informed if the frequency of "late marks" is too high.

Late arrivals for medical appointments are perfectly understandable but it would help if you could let the school know in advance if at all possible.

  

Attendance

Attendance data for 2019-2020 is unavailable due to Covid-19

Please telephone on the morning your child is unwell to explain absence. If we have not heard from you, we will contact you by telephone. Please follow up all absences with a written note or email to go on file. 

When your child has had a stomach upset and/or sickness it is important that you allow a period of at least 48 hours after the sickness has finished before sending him/her back to school. This will help to prevent the infection spreading unnecessarily to others in the school.

Whilst holidays in term time are strongly discouraged and will not be authorised during SAT's week, if parents do feel it is necessary then an application form available from school, must be completed and submitted for consideration by the Headteacher.

Pupil attendance is monitored carefully since it is important for children to attend regularly. 

Request for exceptional leave of absence

 

Emergencies

If a child is injured or becomes ill at school, every effort will be made to contact parents. Please ensure we have an up to date telephone number at the school office. If we cannot establish contact, the headteacher has authority, in loco parentis, to take appropriate action in the interest and welfare of the child.

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