School Timing

Children enter school (Gates Open) 8.30am

Registration   8.45am

Period 1  9.00am

Period 2  9.45am

Break   10.35am

 Period 3     11.00am

Period 4    11:45am

 Lunch / Prayer break 12.30pm

Period 5 1:30pm

Period 6 2:20pm

End of school day 3.10pm


NB: The school ends at 12:00pm every Friday for the Jummah (Friday) Prayer.


Getting to School on Time

 It is important that your child gets to school on time every morning. A useful tip might be

to allow an extra five minutes on top of the expected journey time. Children are not always

in the mood to hurry. This applies especially to children in the Reception Class and their

first year at school.


 It is also important that you collect your child on time at the end of the day.

Teachers often have to go to meetings and prepare work at 3:10pm and it is not fair to expect them to wait with your child until you arrive.


Leaving school during the day


We are responsible for the children during the school day. They are not allowed to leave

school before 3.10pm unless they are collected by parents or another responsible adult,

and only for a valid reason. Children must be signed out via the main office before leaving.




What Ofsted said about us in the latest Inspection May 2018

"Pupils achieve well in this school. Leaders have made important improvements since the

last inspection which have improved the quality of teaching and outcomes for pupils"

"Leaders have high expectations for all pupils. Leaders set demanding targets for the vast majority of pupils."

"The school’s provision for social, moral, spiritual and cultural education has many strengths. Leaders make sure that

pupils are required to represent themselves as role models of their faith, showing courtesy,

understanding and being welcoming to each other and visitors."

"Pupils have positive attitudes to learning. They told inspectors that they enjoy their lessons, find their teachers helpful and see

learning as important to their lives and career aspirations. Throughout the school, inspectors found high levels of commitment to school work.

Pupils quickly settle to their lessons and are often eager when responding to teachers’ questions."


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