In the home learning section you will find useful links and activities for each year group. Useful Websites for Home Learning:,,,


In our school we believe that the children's lunch-time should be a time for relaxing and socialising. Our children are expected to work hard in their lessons and they need a break in their 'working day'. We have a team of friendly and well trained mid-day supervisors and play leaders who ensure the children are safe and provide a range of interesting and exciting things for them to do.

We provide; dressing -up clothes, pogo sticks, bats, balls, hoops, skipping ropes, pedal-gos, stilts, boxes of books etc. There is always a team of Playground Pals, trained older children who can act as friends and help to organise games. The playground is zoned, with areas for quiet activities as well as a large ball court, two adventure playgrounds and several areas of grass. Different activities happen in each area. Our youngest children have a completely separate playground with a selection of toys and activities just for them. When the weather is bad the children stay inside and play with the classroom games that they have selected.


School Meals

Children can either bring a packed lunch or have a school meal which is cooked on our premises. Our children eat their meals off proper plates and there is fresh water for everyone. It does not matter if children have sandwiches or school dinners, they all sit together, so that they can eat with their friends. School meals cost £2.20 (£11.00 per week).

Visit the school meals web-site for current menus and other infomation.


School Milk

School milk is now offered to every child daily at breaktime. 


Please see below for the current school menu. A paper copy is available from the school office.