The School Day
Children will be welcomed into school from 8.30am.
Please note that children should not be on the school site unaccompanied before 8.30 a.m. as staff are not on duty before this time and no responsibility can be taken for children’s welfare.
Morning Sessions: 8.40 a.m. – 12.00 noon
Afternoon Sessions: 1.00 p.m. – 3.05 p.m.
All children have a mid-morning break 10.20 a.m. – 10.35 a.m.
Children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 also have a short afternoon break.
A breakfast club is available exclusively for the use of pupils from Parley and runs from 7.45am. Further information is available in Letters and Forms.
Officially, registration, assemblies, playtimes and lunchtimes are not classed as part of teaching time. Children at our school have the following teaching times per week:
Key Stage 1 (Years R, 1, 2) 22.5 hours per week
Key Stage 2 (Years 3, 4) 23.75 hours per week
Children may bring fruit or vegetables to eat during morning break. As a school that has been awarded Healthy School status, children are also encouraged to bring a drink of water in a named bottle.
Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 will have an opportunity to eat and drink during snack time in the morning. Key Stage 1 children will also be given a free piece of fruit or vegetable each afternoon as part of a National Government programme.
Our school has one lunchtime supervisory assistant (Dinner Lady) for each class. These supervisors are responsible for the children's welfare throughout the lunch hour. In addition, the Headteacher or member of the Senior Management Team is on duty every lunchtime.
Children made choose to take advantage of the hot school meals provided at the school or they may bring a packed lunch in a clearly named lunch box. Hot school meals need to be ordered in advance. Details are available in Letters and Forms.
Drinking water is provided for the childre, however, many parents perfer to include a drink in their child's lunchbox. For health and safety reasons we request that only cold drinks be sent into school. Cans, glass bottles and fizzy drinks are not permitted.
The School is part of the Healthy Eating Schools' Programme, so we do encourage healthy eating. We are a 'NutFreeSchool'. Please consider carefully the use of nut products in lunch boxes.
Free School Meals
Your child may be entitles to Free School Meals and other forms of financial assistance in school. Should you wish to find out more details and register yourself eligible, please contact County Hall on (01305) 251000, contact the school office or visit the websites below.
Collection at the end of the school day
Please make arrangements for your child to be collected promptly at the end of the school day. Any change to routine should be made, with the child's knowledge, before school. In addition, a note should be sent to school explaining who is collecting the child at the end of the day.
If an emergency prevents you from collecting your child on time, please ring the school before 2pm to inform us of any revised collection arrangements for your child. We will not release your child to any other parent/relative without prior consent.
After School Providers
These providers all currently pick up from Parley School, are Ofsted checked and registered with the local authority.
|First Class Nursery||07900 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sylvia McIntyre||01202 581354
|Janine Long||01202 894063
|Lynn Carter||01202 876590
|Adrian & Sue Hunt||01202 870568
|Sheridan Phipps||01202 940065
|Lisa Caley||01202 895846
|Hannah Dare Iles||01202 939910
Please can you ensure that you to advise the school office and class teachers of any change in collection arrangements for your child.