Jeavons Wood Primary School is built on an ethos of trust and mutual respect. This should permeate all relationships within the school community. We expect all members of the school community to act in a professional and considerate manner at all times. Our values also extend to our physical environment allowing us to maintain high quality, purposeful learning.
The school day officially begins at 08:55. However all children have the option of coming into their classroom from 08:45 where teaching staff will be present. It is parental responsibility to ensure their child reaches their classroom. All children will come into school via the cloakroom door and leave school via the classroom door. Parents have the opportunity to talk to members of KS1 and KS2 staff during this time but are not expected to stay. Foundation Stage staff will greet the children at the gate and be on hand to talk to parents.
At the end of the day all Foundation Stage children (15:00) and Key Stage 1 children (15:10) and Year 3 (15:15) will be handed to a named adult. Other Key Stage 2 children will be released from the classroom door at 15:15 where parents have the responsibility to arrange a pick up point for their children. Staff members will wait at the classroom door should children wish to wait for parents.
Key Stage 2 children who are going to After School Club (ASC) can make their own way but Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 children will be collected by a member of the ASC staff.
Staff will take "late-collection children" to the School Office 10 minutes after the end of the day. Adults who are late collecting their children must collect from the School Office.
Our school uniform consists of:
Please do use items from supermarkets and uniform stores. Our school motif jumpers, cardigans and fleeces are available on line www.essentialschoolwear.com
Children should wear proper school shoes, preferably black (or dark).
Your child needs to bring a change of shoes for games/PE as well as a games/PE kit (we recommend black shorts and white T shirt). Trainers are suitable for PE and games and make sure they have warm tracksuit trousers and tops for cold weather, especially for those attending after school sports clubs.
During the hotter months the children will need to bring a hat or cap for sunny playtimes.