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Our school day

Hedgehogs class and Foxes class start school at 9.00am and finish at 3.00pm.

Squirrels class and Badgers class start school at 8.30am and finish at 2.40pm.

Which gate do I drop off and collect my child from?

Children in Hedgehogs and Foxes classes use the side gate to enter and exit the school.

Children in Squirrels and Badgers classes use the front gate to enter and exit the school.

Is there Breakfast Club and After School Club availability?

Our Early Bird Breakfast Club and Red Kite After School Club are available from 7.30am – 5.30pm. Please email Mrs Paige to reserve a place

What equipment will my child need?

Children in Year 1 – Year 6 will need a pencil case with coloured pencils and a pencil sharpener, we will provide all other stationary. If you need us to provide a pencil case and coloured pencils please email the school office and we will support your request All children will also need a lunchbox, water bottle and a book bag.

Will my child need to bring in a PE kit?

All children will wear their PE kit to school on the days they are taught PE. They will not need a PE kit at school.

How can we improve communication?

We provide every child with a ‘communication book’, this will enable us to share information. We have a text message service and email addresses to send other information to you. All staff have email addresses so you can contact them. Please look on our school website class pages and letters section for other information. We are a small school that will always try our best to support our school family, if you need any help due to our new arrangements listed below please contact Miss Priestley or Mrs Paige

Our Return to school risk assessment

Please visit our ‘Letters’ section to read our amended school risk assessment .

Supporting mental health

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Wiltshire Well Being Hub

Anyone can get in touch with the hub by calling 0300 003 4576 . It’s available from 8am-8pm Monday-Friday and 10am-4pm Saturday and Sunday or via email at

Happy Families Happy Futures

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Young Minds – Talking to your child about Coronavirus and 10 tips from their Parents Helpline to support family wellbeing:

Carers UK – Guidance for carers: