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Roding Primary School & Nursery with Provision for Deaf Children.


Roding Lane North, Woodford Green, Essex, IG8 8NP

The School Day

Timings:

The school day is:

Free flow access to school from 08.45.   Children can enter either The Seaside or The Circus Entrances, to the Main Building. 

Morning bell – 08:55

Morning break – 10:45 AM– 11:00 AM

Lunch break – EYs & KS1 – 12:00 -1:00 PM 

                                     KS2 -   12.30 -1:30 PM 

End of day – 3:30 PM 

Nursery Times:

AM sessions: 08:45  – 11:45 AM

PM sessions 12:30 PM– 3:30 PM

Start of the day

  • No child is allowed on the school premises before 8.45 AM, unless they have permission to attend an extra–curricular activity. The school takes no responsibility for children who enter the playground before this time. Children are not allowed to play ball games nor go on the climbing frames.
  • A member of the SLT will endeavour to be on duty at both gates (Main entrance and Gwynne Park) to the school from 8.45 AM. 
  • A member of the Middle Leadership Team will be on duty in the playgrounds from 08:30 – 8:45am
  • Staff will follow a rota for a duty on the main entrances to the school for 8.45 AM.  It is the responsibility of those teachers to ensure that the door is closed at the end of their duty. 
  •   A bell will be sounded at 8.55 AM.
  • All pupils arriving after the doors have closed, should enter through the main reception area

Breaktime 

Children will have a 15 minute breaktime in KS1 and KS2 at 10.45-11.00.  They are encouraged to bring in a small snack/piece of fruit.  Children in Early Years will have a continued outdoors provision and snacks will be available.  

Lunchtime 

Children can bring  packed lunch on choose a school dinner from our 3 weekly menu -as produced by ISS -our catering company.  Children will eat lunch on a rota basis.  There is an array of activties organised at lunchtimes -adult and child led.  

End of the day 

Children in different year groups leave the building by different exits.  Parents/carers should wait for their children outside the appropriate door. Children are not allowed to play ball games after school, nor go on the climbing frames.

In the past parent/carers have used the opportunity of lining up in the playground to pass on messages or chat to the class teacher about an important matter. If you need to speak to your child’s class teacher you may do so after school. If the matter is very urgent then either please call in at the school office to leave a message or make an appointment.

Any parents collecting children late at the end of the day must report to the Main Office. 

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