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Our School Day
The school day starts at
We ask all children to aim to be at School for
Celebration Assembly takes place on a Friday afternoon at
Whole School Prayer & Liturgy takes place on a Monday morning at
Children take part in an act of worship in classrooms on other days.
Morning sessions are usually devoted to maths and English lessons. In Lower School (Years 3 & 4), the morning sessions run from 8:55-10:20am and 10:35-12:00 and in Upper School, 8:55-10:40am and 10:55-12:00. The afternoon session runs from 12:55-3:
If a child is unable to come to School due to ill-health, we ask that the School Office is informed before
Our school colours are pale blue and burgundy. Boys and girls wear pale blue polo shirts, burgundy sweatshirts and grey trousers. Girls can wear grey skirts or pinafore dresses and burgundy cardigans. In summer they can choose a red checked gingham summer school dress. We ask for black school shoes or boots. No jewellery is permitted.
PE kit is a black t-shirt and red shorts with trainers or pumps.
All children need a water bottle (with their name on) in School. This can be filled in School from our water coolers. Please encourage your child/children to remember to bring their bottles home on a Friday for a thorough wash. Bottles are available to buy from the School Office for £1.
Fruit (or vegetable!) snacks
We are a nut-free school. Please read all packaging carefully when preparing packed lunches. Our School Cook is happy to talk to anyone if they have concerns about allergies or any other dietary requirements.
This is £2.20 a day, working out at £11 per week. Children can order one-off dinners from the menu whilst having packed lunches other days. Money is paid on Mondays and Fridays. Children can hand it
If you are ever unsure about whether your child is eligible for free school meals, please ask for advice at the School Office. You will be aware that a successful application for free school meals brings additional funding into School that can be used to support your child in many ways.
Dropping off and picking up
The clergy at St. Begh's kindly allow us to use the Church car park for dropping off and picking up. Parents and carers are asked to respectfully reverse park into a marked bay. (Please remember that this is a Remembrance Garden area). Children should be accompanied by an adult across the car park.
At the end of the day, children are released through the year group doors. Staff are on duty
Please let School know if you are allowing your child to walk alone, with siblings or a group of friends.
Please never pick up someone else's child as a favour without their knowledge.
Click here for a copy of the risk assessment for the Church car park.
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