The school day starts and ends at different times for different year groups. This is so that we can facilitate good social distancing between year groups. The children come straight into school, after washing their hands, and begin learning in their classrooms.
Each day has an assembly where children learn about the value of the week, discover current events and festivals, celebrate and share their learning.
Play time and lunchtime staff are trained to support children’s play. There are a wide range of activities for children to enjoy, such as skipping, reading, drawing, sports and table tennis. Each year group has a separate playtime and/or a separate area of the playground to play in.
During lesson time, some subjects such as Maths and English are taught separately. Other subjects (Geography, History, Art, Design Technology and Computing) are taught during Topic sessions.
Below are some examples showing typical weekly timetables.
Key Stage 1 example timetable
Year 3, 4, 5 example timetable
Year 6 example timetable
Reception example timetable
Nursery example timetable