We operate a staggered school day, with the three phases in primary school starting and ending the school day at slightly different times. However, to assist families with siblings in different phases, classrooms in all year groups will be open with children supervised between 8.30am and 3.30pm. Pupils with older siblings in senior school or those getting the school bus will be supervised until 4pm.
Early Birds, which is staffed by primary teaching assistants, is available by prior booking and does not incur a charge. It is available for children in nursery and reception. It operates from 7.45am until 8.30am when children will go to their classrooms ready to start the school day at 9am.
We offer free playground supervision for children in Y1-Y6 from 7.45am to 8.30am.
Owls is available from 3.30pm to 6pm and a meal will be provided to children staying until 6pm. Nursery and reception pupils will be looked after in their classrooms until 3.30pm. During the sessions the children will have the opportunity to do their homework and engage with a range of activities, including indoor and outdoor play. For enquires regarding Owls please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer an extensive co-curricular programme with activities running before and after school. In addition, senior school students have access to a number of supervised areas from 7.30am. Students can also study in the library until 5.30pm every day.
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Or, if you prefer to chat to someone please call our admissions team. For Senior School call 0113 228 5121 and for Primary School call 0113 228 5113.
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