School Information

The School Day

Morning school 8.50am – 12.15 noon

Morning break 10.30am – 10.45am

Lunch break 12.15 noon – 13.15pm

Afternoon school 13.15pm – 3.20pm

After 8.50am all entrances to the school building are locked for security reasons and you and your children will need to report to the school office inside the main visitor entrance to be signed in and any lunches recorded. Heron’s Class children have an afternoon break between 2.30pm and 2.45pm.

Daily Assemblies

Everyday we meet together as a school. These assemblies are different each day:

Mondays, with Miss Spaul – welcome to the week and exploring our half-termly theme and special events;

Tuesdays, alternating between Open the Book and our house team projects (new this year);

Wednesdays, with Miss Waters’ learning First Aid – this is a statutory requirement for PSHE education;

Thursdays, with Mrs Bethell – musical appreciation in our singing assembly;

Fridays, Otter class and Mr Hunt lead our celebration ‘SUPERSTAR’ assembly.

Assemblies are important to share consistenet messages to all children across the school. We learn moral, social and cultural content and some of our statutory elements to PSHE as a whole school. For example, safeguarding messages, online safety, personal safety and first aid. Many aspects of the curriculum are also covered during assembly time. If you have any questions about what we learn in school please do get in touch.

School Uniform

All children are expected to wear a school uniform.  This helps to both create a feeling of ‘belonging’ and to develop a working atmosphere. Please speak to the school office or the PFA about any of our stock of good quality secondhand uniform items.

Children should wear black skirts, shorts or trousers (NOT LEGGINGS), a white polo shirt and a navy jumper or cardigan. These items are not branded.

Embroidered school uniform is optional and is available for purchase online from myclothing.com (please speak to the office about support for this).

  • Sweatshirts and cardigans
  • Fleeces
  • Polo Shirts
  • PE bags
  • Book bags
P.E Kit – worn to school on P.E days or Club days
  • A PLAIN white or team coloured t-shirt (we prefer team coloured)
  • A PLAIN black pair of shorts or tracksuit bottoms (no leggings)
  • PLAIN black hoodie
  • Appropriate sports shoes (not too bright please)
All items of uniform should be named to avoid loss.

Lost property

Neither the school nor Norfolk County Council can accept responsibility for lost property.

Please remember to label all belongings.  This will enable us to return missing items to their owners quickly.

Before and After School Clubs

Breakfast Club is run by Mrs Kelf and is available every day, from 8.00am until 8.50 am at the cost of £3.00 per session per child.

After School care is run by Mrs Free and Mrs Pluckrose and is available every day, from 3.20pm to 5.00pm at the cost of £5.00 per session, per child.

ALL CLUBS SHOULD BE BOOKED 24 hours before VIA THE OFFICE PLEASE.

There are a variety of sporting clubs throughout the year, managed by Premier Sport. For example, this year we have run football, multiskills, handball, fencing, tennis and archery clubs.  These clubs are available to all children and run throughout the week. There is a charge of £3.50 per session per club.

Booster Classes for SATS in Key Stage 2 take place during the spring term run by members of staff.