Attending during closure
From March 23rd, the school remains open to children who a vulnerable or with EHCPs and children of key workers
Please read this section for key information.
Are you a key worker and should you send your child to school? Use this flow chart to find out:
The school day:
The school day will be as normal between 8.55am and 3.30pm. There is NO breakfast club and NO afterschool provision.
An example day:
- 8.55-Register the children in the year 2 classroom
- 9.00-Do the Joe Wicks PE session
- 9.30-EY and KS1 children go into Reception class. KS2 children stay in year 2.
- 10.00-10.30 Phonics/Writing activities. Use a stimulus to get children writing.
- 10.35-Everyone meet in the Reception class for a snack.
- 11.00-11.30-Maths-Times tables, counting, mental arithmetic, practical activities such as measuring, use of White Rose and other maths resources
- 11.45-Reward/Relaxation/Free time
- 12-1.00- Lunchtime. All eat in the hall. Children to play in the KS2 playground or garden
- 1.00-1.30-Quiet time-Reading, yoga or other mindfulness activities
- 1.30-3.00-Creative Project- This could include the following subjects: science, Art, history, Geography, Design and Technology, Computing, Foreign languages.
Make this as practical as possible e.g. creative play, drawing, construction, crafts, music, cooking
- 3.00-3.30-Share a story-Either read aloud, listen to or watch a story. Have some reflection time-Thoughts and feelings
- 3.30-Children to be picked up from KS2 playground
Accessing the school:
Please use the garden gate in Church Walk at the beginning and end of the day and drop your child off in the KS2 playground where staff will collect the children.
All children will receive a school dinner, but the children are also welcome to bring packed lunches in. PLEASE NOTE: the menu might well be different initially and allergies WILL NOT be catered for in the first instance due to potential supply issues.
You might be asked to provide evidence of key worker status. Please let the office have this at your earliest convenience. Thank you.