Our School Day

Our School Day

Breakfast Club opens at 8.00am. Children are served a selection of healthy snacks to include cereals, yoghurt milk and juice.

Children are taken to class at 8.30am.

Please do not drop children off on their own in the playground before this time.

The school opens for all children from 8:30am, whereby children can enter their classrooms and engage in morning activities. All children are expected to be in their classrooms by 8:45am for registration.

The school day finishes at 3:15pm for children in years 1 to 6.

Children in Early Years can be collected from 3pm. This allows parents to collect other children in the juniors on time. 

The school operates an after-school club until 5:30pm. Parents must book onto this via School Gateway. Children are provided with a healthy snack at the end of the day and are supervised by staff until collection by parents. For further information, please contact the school office.   


We always begin our week with a 'Good News Assembly', which we encourage as many parents to attend and help us celebrate children's achievements as a school family. This is a perfect way to start our week.

We always reflect on the weekends Gospel reading and think about how this can help us live our lives under Jesus' watchful guidance.

During this assembly each teacher reveals their 'Star of the Week', House Point Captains inform the school of who is at the top of the league, attendance and punctuality percentages are told, and are put on the attendance display.

If any children are celebrating their birthday, all children and staff will celebrate and sing to them.

Hymn Practice

Children take part in a weekly hymn practice. This helps us to prepare ourselves for any class or whole school masses taking place. Our children sing so beautifully! Singing builds a sense of community and makes everyone feel better.


On Thursday mornings, each class takes it in turn to present an assembly. These assemblies are fantastic to watch as children share their learning in song, drama and Gospel readings.