School Day

The school day is structured as follows:

School timetable

7:45am - 8:30am School care (if required)
8:30 am School Opens
8:35 am Registration & Assembly
8:50 am Period 1
9:50 am Period 2
10:50 am BREAK
11:10 am Period 3
12:10 am LUNCH
1:10 pm Registration & Period 4
2:10 pm BREAK
2:30 pm Period 5
3:30 pm End of Lessons
3:30pm - 5.30pm After school activities (if required)
Please note:

The routine for Tuesday mornings is different as the children may be attending swimming lessons. Those swimming travel to Dursley Pool for the start of the lesson at 9.00am and return to school by coach for 11.00am.

School care and extra-curricular activities are available every day. A breakdown of the activities and charges are shown below. An extra-curricular activity booking form is sent out to all parents at the end of every term. School care does not need to be booked in advance, if parents are unable to collect/drop off their child inside normal school hours (8.30am – 3.30pm), the child will automatically be entered into the school care register and parents will be billed accordingly.

Activity Time Charge
Morning school care 7.45am – 8.30am £3.XX
Lunchtime clubs 12.10pm – 1.10pm £3.65
After school activities (including clubs and care) 3.30pm – 5.30pm £6.75

Parking

Parking in Regent Street is often a problem. The school hires the use of Stonehouse Community Centre car park in Laburnum Walk for parents to park in and pick up/drop off their children. Parking on the side of the road in Regent Street is not advised and may incur parking fines.

Beginning of the school day

Parents are asked not to enter the school buildings at the beginning of the school day. The small size of the school can mean that corridors become overcrowded and congested in the mornings. Parents are asked to drop their children off at either the Sophie Hall to attend morning school care if they arrive before 8.30am or to stay with their children in the playground until 8.30am.

The school does not officially open until 8.30am.

For safety purposes, any children on the school’s premises before this time must either be supervised by their parent/guardian or be entered for morning school care. The school cannot be held responsible for any children on the school’s property outside morning school care before 8.30am.

Pupil Code of Conduct

1. Be a good ambassador at all times for our school community.
2. Always listen to, and try to understand, other people’s point of view.
3. Try to be aware of the needs of everyone in our school.
4. Speak politely to everyone and show respect.
5. Aim for high standards in your work, organisation and personal appearance.
6. Move considerately and quietly around the school.
7. Take pride in our school.
8. Always follow instructions.

Sheila Bradburn