Children should NOT arrive at school before 8.45am
|Classes 1 and 2
Arriving at School
Punctuality is very important as it sets the tone for the rest of the School Day.
For Key Stage One, the children should go into the KS1 playground and wait there for the bell to be rung at 8.55am. After queuing up they will be taken to their classrooms by their teachers. Children in KS1 should be accompanied by an adult until 8.55am.
For Key Stage Two, the children should go to the KS2 playground and wait for the bell to be rung at 8.55am. After queuing up they will be taken to their classrooms by their teachers.
Arriving late for School is recorded in the Lateness Register and on the child's Annual Report. Children who arrive late should enter the School via the main entrance door and report to the School Office so that they can be registered. This must happen before they go to their classrooms.
If it is raining during school drop off, the children should go directly to their classrooms via their respective playgrounds and they will be supervised in their classrooms (8.45am - 8.55am).
The School Day ends at 3.20pm and the children are expected to be collected on time. Unfortunately the School does not have the staff available to look after uncollected children and if the children are still on the School premises at 4.00pm, the London Borough of Haringey Social Services Team will be contacted.
For Key Stage One, parents should wait in the car park for their children to be brought to the side gate.
For Key Stage Two, parents are expected to stand behind the bollards in the KS2 playground so that teachers have a clear view of parents collecting their children.
Pupil attendance and punctuality is monitored very closely by the School and the London Borough of Haringey Education Welfare Service.