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Concord Junior School

The Academy Day

The school day begins at 8:00am for pupils wishing to join our breakfast club provision.

Children in Y5 & Y6 arrive at 8:30am with Y3 & Y4 starting 5 mins later at 8:35am, providing more space at entry points to the school and in the shared cloakroom areas.  

 

Although the timings for year groups vary, each morning session will consist of morning work and registration, a Maths, Literacy Skills and Literacy lesson and a break of 15 minutes.

Pupils in each year group have 45 minutes break for lunch, which includes time for physical activity either on the yard or an organised club in the hall.  Indoor provision is also available for those pupils who would benefit from it.

Afternoons begin with registration and a whole class reading session.  Afternoon lessons cover our ambitious bespoke curriculum.

The school day finishes at 3:10pm for Y5 & Y6 and 3:15pm for Y3 & Y4.

Children can then join one of the many exciting and wide-ranging after school clubs we offer. 

Breakfast Club

Breakfast club is free to attend, food is provided by Taylor Shaw who provide our excellent school lunches. Children can buy sausage sandwiches, toast, cheese on toast, bacon sandwiches, hot chocolate and juice. Any child who arrives at school before 8.30am is expected to attend breakfast club. 

Assemblies

Daily assemblies cover international and national significant events, anniversaries and significant figures; focus on the School Core Values and Fundamental British Values or are based around curriculum objectives.

Friday assemblies are a celebration of the learning and achievements of the children.

Clubs and Lunchtime Groups

At lunchtime there are sports and other clubs on offer throughout the year.

After school clubs run throughout the year- some are provide freely by school staff whilst others incur a cost.

After school boosters run for Y6 pupils to support them preparing for the national tests.

After School Care

After school care runs from 3.15pm to 5.00pm daily. Children are provided with a snack, activities and opportunities to complete their homework.