Parent & Carer info
School starts at 9.00am and finishes at 3.30pm
Registration is from 9am – 9.15am.
Assemblies are at 1.15pm daily (except Wednesday due to swimming and forest school)
Morning break is from 10.30am – 10.45am for all children.
Lunchtime starts at 12pm until 1.15pm.
Afternoon break for years 1 & 2 is from 2.30pm – 2.45pm.
Home time is at 3.30pm for all pupils.
Getting to and from school we recommend walking as the best option! We have a bicycle shed if you prefer to cycle to school. If you travel by car please do not park on the yellow crisscrossed lines or drop-off zone.
School Closure Alerts
Live information about enforced school closures – closures due to adverse weather, such as snow or flooding, or problems with buildings, such as no heating or electricity or burst pipes.
All parents and carers are encouraged to put their opinion on Ofsted’s Parent View.
Alternatively, if you are unhappy with anything or feel we can do something to improve—please come and see us so we can talk about your ideas or problems.
School physical accessibility rating 2
Our school uniform for all pupils is a navy sweatshirt with the school logo, with grey or black trousers for both girls and boys or a pinafore/skirt for girls. We also have red polo-shirts, navy cardigans and fleece body warmers with the school logo. A navy long sleeved zip-up fleece is also available as an extra layer indoor or a light coat for outdoors, along with a waterproof coat which also has the school logo.
During the summer months girls can wear red and white check dresses with their school sweatshirt, fleece or cardigan. Boys may wear grey shorts instead of trousers.
We recommend for the safety of the children that school shoes have a low heel.
P.E. t-shirts with the school logo are worn with navy or black shorts and P.E. shoes. A spare sweatshirt with tracksuit bottoms and trainers are needed for outdoor P.E.
Please always send your child with a coat as we try to get outside whatever the weather. It is important to name your child’s uniform so that it goes home with the correct person.
Uniforms can be purchased from: Mark1, Hereford Industrial Supply.
Orders can be placed by either email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone 01432 350908 or by calling into the shop and buying items from stock held by them.
New school uniform supplier
We have just opened an account with Tesco to supply our uniform as an online purchase option. Please visit www.tesco.com/ues and insert our school name in the search bar to view the uniform choices on offer. If you would like to view the samples we have received, please ask at the office.
- Breakfast Club
- Kids Club
- Craft Club
- Walking Club
- Sports Club
- Jarvis Drama Club
- Jarvis Cookery Club
- Maths Whizz
- Jarvis Science CLub
Breakfast club operates at Preschool from 8 – 9 am Monday to Friday giving parents the opportunity to drop off a little earlier if required. Although it helps staff if they know who is coming it is possible to phone from 7.45am to book your child in for that day. Please ring 01981 500682.
At our Breakfast Club, your child can meet other children in a supervised setting before school.
We can offer a healthy breakfast, e.g. toast/cereal , if required and a wide range of supervised indoor and outdoor games/activities to suit different ages.
Pre-booking is helpful to ensure a place.
- Costs: £4.20/ hour
Kids club provides high quality after school care in a safe, secure and stimulating environment. It is held at preschool from 3.30 – 5.30 Tuesday Wednesday and Friday and is open to children aged 2-11 years. Children attending Staunton Primary school are collected at 3.30 by a member of staff and given a snack and drink on arrival before taking part in various activities such as crafts, cooking, role play, outdoor activities. We work on an OFSTED approved ratio of 1 adult to four 2 year old children and 1 adult to 8 children aged 3 and above. Children can be booked in termly or on an ad-hoc basis as long as there are places available. For more information or to book your child in please call 01981 500682 or pop in for a prospectus and a chat.
- Costs: £4.20/ hour
Craft club is held on Tuesday lunchtime for children in Year 3 and above. Mrs Blandford has been running this popular lunchtime club for 15 years. The children make a variety of items using a wide range of materials. The children often make their own designs. Mats made from felt for Mother’s Day are just one of the items that have been made this year.
We will be running an after-school walking club again this summer term on some Wednesdays so please see the website calendar. This is open to all pupils as long as they are capable of walking about 3 miles. Walks will leave school at 3.30 p.m. and generally return to school by 5 p.m. We hope for dry weather but may have to cancel on the day if the weather is extremely wet. We look forward to an enjoyable walking season!
Sports club will be held on Thursday after school all year.
This club is for children in Class 1, 2 and 3 from 3.30 – 4.30pm at certain times of the year.
We will also continue with our sports club on Monday and Thursday lunchtimes. This is also for children in classes 2 and 3. Shaun, our coach, will inform us soon which activity is taking place.
Jarvis Drama Club is on Mondays, 3.30-4.30. It is currently for children in years 2 – 6. The club is run by Bonnie (Ruben’s mum) and is supported by a member of school staff for dismissing pupils and first aid if needed.
Jarvis Cookery Club is run after school on a Thursday with Mrs Nicholas. Children that are interested will need to fill in a form and will be selected for 4 week sessions.
A chance for children to access their bespoke maths learning programme at school on Wednesday from 3.30pm – 4.30pm
A chance for children to spend time experimenting with science in a fun, hands-on way and learn more about science at school on Fridays from 3.30pm – 4.30pm.
We have a site fairly near to the school, which we are able to use weekly (with kind permission from Garnon’s Estate), for Forest School sessions. Each class goes to Forest School every Wednesday afternoon for a term, enabling every child to gain experience for 6 weeks twice during the year. Staff and volunteers have attended comprehensive training to ensure that all health and safety aspects have been considered. Activities include den building, cooking on a fire, learning to use tools, team activities, playing in a natural environment and having fun! Please see our parent’s booklet for further information by following the link at the bottom of the page. We transport the children to the forest by bus.