8.35 am School opens. Children can sit quietly in class reading and getting ready for the day. It also helps for the day to start promptly.
8.45am - Our register is called.
At the beginning of each day we pray together, offering our work to God, and planning the exciting activities ahead. On Mondays Mr Harrison talks to all the children together. On Fridays parents are welcome to join the children for the Class Assemblies. These begin at 9.00 am and are joyful occasions.
And then it's lesson
Our children are taught by caring and very capable teachers, who celebrate the achievements of every child. There is a broad and balanced curriculum based on the Core and Foundation subjects in the National Curriculum and closely linked to our special outlook of the world as Catholics. Programmes of study and schemes of work provide for the development of learning that gives each child the opportunity to reach his/her potential in Religious Education, English, Mathematics, Science, Geography, History, Music, Technology, Information Technology, Art and Physical Education. Children are taught for approximately 25 hours per week.
If you wish you may read our detailed policies and schemes of work - obtainable from the school office.
As the day draws to a close many children enjoy a wide variety of clubs that the teachers provide including Rounders, Football, Netball, Choir, Art & Craft, R.E. and I.T. clubs.
Visiting Our School
Any parents considering sending their child to our school are most welcome to visit us. An appointment to see the Headteacher and look around the school can be made either by telephoning school or writing to the Headteacher.
We hope you will enjoy visiting our busy, happy school with your child. We hope that this part of the website will serve as a check list for you during your child's school life.