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Information for Parents

Queries
 

For general enquiries, please contact Miss Bailey or Mrs Leeming on the 01709 760103. Alternatively, you can email the school at school@wv.jmat.org.uk and someone will be in touch.

For enquiries about nursery or pre-school places, please call and ask to speak to Mrs Burgin.

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Our School Day
 

Key Stage 2 (Year 3 to Year 6)

Children are collected from the playground at 8.30am by their class teacher. The doors will close at 8.40am.

School finishes at 3.00pm for KS2.

F2 and Key Stage 1 (Year 1 and Year 2)

Children are collected from their classroom doors at 8.30am by their class teacher. The doors will close at 8.40am.

School finishes at 3.00pm for F2 and KS1.

Pre-school sessions

8.30am-11.30am - morning session for F1 and Sunbeams

12.00-3.00pm - afternoon session for F1 and Sunbeams.

Friday is our popular Hall of Fame assembly where we celebrate in-school and out-of-school achievements. Personal invites will be sent via Dojo if your child has an award.

Term Dates

Autumn 1
INSET: Monday 4th September

Tuesday 5th September -  Friday 20th October

Half Term
Monday 23rd October - Friday 27th October
 

Autumn 2
Monday 30th October - Thursday 21st December

INSET: Friday 22nd December

Christmas Holidays
Monday 25th December - Friday 5th January

Spring 1

Monday 8th January - Friday 9th February

Half Term
Monday 12th February - Friday 16th February

Spring 2
Tuesday 20th February - Thursday 28th March

Easter Holiday
Good Friday 29th March

Bank Holiday Monday 1st April

Tuesday 2nd April - Friday 12th April

Summer 1

Monday 15th April - Thursday 23rd May

INSET: Friday 24th May

May Day Monday 6th May

​Half Term
Monday 27th May - Friday 31st May

Summer 2
Monday 3rd June - Friday 19th July

INSET:  Monday 22nd July

INSET: Tuesday 23rd July

School Closes for the Summer Holidays

Friday 19th July

Breakfast and After School Club

Our Breakfast Club is organised and run by school staff who know our pupils well. It is open every day and can be attended by all children from F1 upwards.

The club is available from 7:45am to 8:30am at a cost of £2.50 per session. 

Payment for breakfast club must be made on the school money system as we are a cashless school. If your child is entitled to Pupil Premium funding, and you would like them to access breakfast club, please speak to the school office.

We supply bagels, cereal, milk  and juice.

Breakfast Club provides a warm, welcoming start to the school day where children of all ages are able to socialise together. We find that strong relationships are built between the older and younger children who spend time together in breakfast club and the presence of learning mentors and learning support staff help children to make smooth transitions from breakfast club into morning learning.

We have a wide range of After School Clubs which include sports activities, crafts, cooking, music based clubs and ICT sessions. They are led by school staff or specialists in their fields e.g. musicians, artists and sports coaches.

 

Each half-term we change the clubs so that children in different key stages can access a wide range of activities. The school council and parents' survey highlighted that a wider range of clubs would be beneficial. As a result of this feedback, we now offer an extensive after school clubs offer every week.

Click here for the clubs available this half term. 

For safeguarding reasons, children must be collected from clubs by an adult from the main school reception, or permission must be given for children to walk home alone, before the club starts.

School Meals

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School Uniform

We expect all children to wear our uniform every day. Uniform is worn by all pupils from F1 to Y6.

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School Uniform Policy

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ECO4 FLEX
 

ECO4 FLEX is a retrofit scheme overseen by Rotherham Council Metropolitan Borough. It aims to improve the energy efficiency of low income and vulnerable households.
 

You may be eligible if:

·       Your gross household income of less than £31,000.

or

·       You meet at least two of the several proxies listed online. (One is free school meals)

or

·       Can obtain an NHS referral due to long term illness that could be affected by a cold home.

·        

Only properties with a home EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) of band D or lower can qualify for this scheme (E or lower for private rentals).

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