Here, we have gathered information to help answer the questions that are asked most frequently. We hope it helps.
The times and locations for dropping off and collecting your child are below:
Year 1-4 (Main school gates)
- Morning: 8:40am-8:55am
- Afternoon: 3:15pm
Nursery, Reception, Year 5 & 6 (Early Years gate)
- Nursery: 8:40am – 11:40am
- Reception: 8:40am – 3:15pm
- Year 5: 8:40am – 3:15pm
- Year 6: 8:40am – 3:15pm
NOTE: For the first full week of term (6th-10th Sept), Reception will have reduced hours of 8:40am – 11:40am. They will return to full days from 13th September with the above times
We expect all children to attend school every day that we are open, except if they are ill. If your child is absent, you must make a telephone call on the first day of a child’s absence to notify us of any illness.
Morning break has a duration of 15 minutes.
Lunch has a duration of 45 minutes.
KS1 also have a short 10 minute break during the afternoon session.
Use these links to support your child’s learning at home. Remember you can also use computers in your local library.
These links will be updated regularly. If you know of others please contact us.
Covers all areas of the curriculum, ranging from primary school level up to GCSE exams.
It’s free to use and includes animations, revision flashcards and interactive sections to help your kids learn.
This is an American website aimed at children aged three to 13 years old.
It offers interactive games in numeracy, literacy, science and social studies. It’s free to use and also has online books and comics. A bright, colourful and fun site for children to learn while having fun.
Oxford Owl is aimed at children aged three to 11 years old and is free to use.
It helps children learn reading and maths, and there are also top tips for parents to help your child with their learning. There are also over 250 free ebooks.
|National Geographic Kids
This is great for children aged six to 13 years old.
It has some stunning images and interactive games and colouring books. A lovely site for children to learn more about animals, wildlife and the world around them.
It’s free to use.
|Shaun’s Game Academy
This website is aimed at primary school children and above. Based on Aardman Animations Shaun the Sheep character, it lets children design their own game and learn how to code.
|Learning Games for Kids
As the name suggests this website has lots of learning games for kids – divided into school year groups – so you can find the right level of games for your child.
It covers everything from vocabulary to geography, literature and maths.
The CBeebies website launched in 2002 and as we would expect it has some great learning games, quizzes and a huge selection of topics to explore. Some of the topics include food and simple recipes for children to follow, and arts and crafts ideas to recreate.
Highly engaging and beautifully designed.
|Cool Math 4 Kids
This American website (hence the name Math, not Maths) is a great way to help improve your child’s sums and ability with numbers.
Cool Math 4 Kids has tons of puzzles, brain teasers and fun ways to do maths. Choose from Alien Addition, Dirt Bike Fractions, Demolition Division and lots more!
All websites were correct at the time of adding. Please note that websites can change their address or get switched off without notice. If you notice any problems with the links please click here to let us know. We shall do our best to rectify it as soon as possible.