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School Structure and Organisation

Class Organisation

We have an intake of 60 children into Reception each year, from September 2021. In Key Stage 1 and 2 we have 45 children in each year group and have classes of 30. Please see below to see how we organise our classes.



Our Classes are organised as follows:




Year groups

Early Years Foundation Stage


Reception Red Class (30)

Children are randomly mixed although a balance between boys and girls is maintained if possible

Reception Blue Class (30)

Key Stage 1

Year 1 and 2

(90 children)

Class 2

The youngest 30 children in Year 1

Class 3

The oldest 15 children in Year 1 and the youngest 15 in Year 2

Class 4

The oldest 30 children in Year 2

Key Stage 2

Year 3 and 4

(90 children)


Class 5

The youngest 30 children in Year 3

Class 6

The oldest 15 children in Year 3 and the youngest 15 in Year 4

Class 7

The oldest 30 children in Year 4



The School Day


There are rarely two days the same, but a typical day usually follows this structure:

Please note that during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are staggered start and finish times. Please contact school if you need this information.

8:50 a.m.

The day begins at 8.50 and children can come straight into school. Children should not be left unsupervised before the doors open.

10.15 or 10.35


Assembly - whole school, classes or key stage groups.


10:15 or 10:35

Playtime, outdoor, weather permitting (only heavy rain or other unsafe conditions result in indoor play).



Morning school finishes for R and KS1 children at 12.00 and at 12.10 for KS2 children. There are two sittings for lunch. Younger children have lunch first at 12.00 and children in classes 4, 5, 6 and 7 at 12.30.



Afternoon lessons begin.


Afternoon break for ten minutes for KS1 and Reception.

3:20 p.m.

Home time.

Children are picked up from either the Reception yard, the main doors onto the yard, or the Key Stage 2 doors on the other side of the building. Class teachers will advise parents where to meet their children. If children are not picked up they wait inside school while a member of staff attempts to contact a parent or carer.

If children are being picked up by an adult other than their usual carer, parents should inform school.