8.45am Children in school / Doors Open
10.40am – 10.55am Break Time KS1 / KS2
12.00 – 1.15pm Lunch for KS1
12.00 – 1.00pm Lunch for KS2
3.15pm End of School Day
Morning playtime 10.40am - 10.55am 10.40am - 10.55am
Lunchtime 12.00pm - 01.15pm 12.00pm - 1.00pm
KS1 children participate in the school Fruit and Vegetable Scheme and receive a free piece of fresh fruit daily. KS2 children are encouraged to adopt healthy eating choices and are asked to bring fruit/vegetable.
There is a Healthy Tuck Shop in school for pupils in KS2 selling raisins and fruit juice.
Children are expected to wear school uniform. It provides the children with a sense of identity and belonging and it promotes high standards. School uniform may be purchased from the local stockist in South Elmsall. Long hair must be tied back as part of Health & Safety welfare in addition, boys are not permitted to have bleached or shaved hairstyles, this is in line with Minsthorpe Academy. Small, plain, stud earring are permitted. However, nail varnish is not allowed.
Key Stage 1 & 2 Children
White or pale blue blouse/polo shirt
Physical Education (PE)
Navy shorts/PE skirt
White T shirt
Navy track suit/jogger
Dark grey trousers/shorts
White or pale blue shirt/polo shirt
White T shirt
Foundation Stage children wear red jumpers / white or red polo shirts.
Please note the school operates a black shoe policy – coloured trainers are not acceptable.
Shorts are only allowed in Summer. Sports shorts are not acceptable as school wear.
Logoed school sweatshirts/cardigans are the preferred style.
Children must change for PE. Children must wear navy shorts and a white T-Shirt. Pumps or trainers must be worn for outdoor PE. PE kit/clothing must be clearly marked with the child’s name. If a child is unable to participate in PE the school must be informed. Children need suitable footwear for PE activities on the field or playground. On the recommendation of the Medical Officer, activities in the school hall are carried out in bare feet.
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If parents have a concern about their child, they should make an appointment via the School Office to discuss it with the Headteacher. If the concern is unresolved and they wish to pursue it further, the Education Authority has drawn up a complaints procedure (required under Section 23 of the Education Reform Act) which parents may wish to consult. Copies of the procedure are available for inspection at all schools maintained by the Local Authority, public libraries and the Complaints Officer at the Education Authority Department (address below).
If you wish for further information, please contact:
Customer Relations Team
PO Box 700
Tel: 0345 8 506 506