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Due to our current Risk Assessment, we will not allow parents and carers on site in the mornings. There will be a member of staff for your child's class on the main gates which will be open from 8.40am. 

However, at the end of the school day, the gates will be open from 3.05pm and we invite parents and carers to walk up to the playgrounds and wait by the classroom doors, where children will be dismissed.

Year 3 children will be dismissed from the double doors by the main hall. Year 1 children from the double doors to the KS1 library.

The School Day


School starts at 8.55am and the doors open at 8.40am to allow children to get settled into class. Doors are closed at 8.50am and after that, children will have to come in through the office.

Reception to Year 6 children take one hour for their lunch between 11.30am and 1.30pm, as we continue to stagger lunches to keep numbers low in the halls. All years have a 15 minute break during the morning and Key Stage 1 have a short break in the afternoon.

 

School finishes at 3.15pm.

Our Nursery has two sessions Monday to Friday during term time. From 8.30am to 11.30am and 12:10pm  to 3:10pm.


For health and safety, your pet dogs are not allowed on the school grounds and vehicles may only be driven onto the school grounds before 8:30am and after 3:40pm.


At the end of the school day no child will be allowed to go home without an authorised adult. If your child is not collected by 3.30pm we will bring them to wait by the school office. If you know you will be late collecting your child, please let us know. Older children who are allowed to walk home, must have written permission for this.

School uniform

 

The school colours are green and grey and we encourage all parents to send their children to school in these colours. This helps to create a Greenhill identity and gives our pupils a sense of belonging. The children do not need to bring any kind of equipment, so no pencil cases are allowed.

 

Children are expected to wear a combination of the following items:

  • Green sweatshirt/cardigan (with/without the school logo)
  • Green cardigan (with/without the school logo)
  • Green v-neck jumper
  • White or dark green polo shirt
  • Grey or black: trousers or shorts or skirt or skorts or pinafore dress
  • Black leggings or cropped black leggings
  • Black PLAIN joggers (no logos or stripes)
  • Green gingham checked summer dress
  • Black shoes or black trainers (No flip-flops /slides/ crocs/ loose fitting sandals etc, as they are not easy to run around in)

 

Children with long hair must keep it tied back. We ask that ear-rings are only simple studs that children can remove themselves (they are not allowed to wear them for PE).

Children are not allowed to wear any make-up (including nail varnish) or jewellery. If children wear a watch, they must be responsible for it themselves.

 

When choosing clothing, please consider these points:

  1. All children need to wear clothes which they can easily remove and put on themselves especially on PE days. This supports independence and significantly reduces changing times.
  2. Please ensure your child’s name is on all articles of clothing, including their PE kit. Every week we have lost items of clothing which no-one claims. Adding a name means it will be reunited with the child.
  3. Jeans are not accepted in school.

Uniform can be ordered direct from My Clothing https://myclothing.com/ueslink/5455.school?t=1587473995623 

 

 

School Dinners

 

School dinners are free for all children from Reception to Year 2. For children in Nursery the cost of a school dinner will be £2.30 per day £11.50 per week.  Year 3 to Year 6 the cost of a school dinner is £2.40 per day £12.00 per week. 

 

Lunches are ordered and paid for via "School Grid". You can choose your child's lunch with them for the next day,week, term or even the year. Click here to order the lunches. If you don't have a login, please contact the school office.

 

 

 

 

Milk in School

 

School milk is provided by Cool Milk. If you would like your child to have milk in school you will need to register them with Cool Milk. This is available to all our pupils in school and is free to all pupils under the age of 5. Each child registered with Cool Milk will receive a 189ml carton of milk each day.

How to register your child:

If your child is under 5:

  • Register online at www.coolmilk.com
  • Register by Tuesday at 5pm for your child's free milk to start the following week.
  • Free milk will continue until the Friday before your child's fifth birthday. You will receive a payment request four weeks before their birthday - if you would like your child to continue to have milk, simply make the payment.

If you child is 5 or older:

  • Register and pay online at www.coolmilk.com
  • You can pay Cool Milk online, over the phone or at a local PayPoint in half-termly, termly or annual instalments
  • Please pay by a Tuesday at 5pm for your child's milk to start the following week.

Free School Meals

If you receive the means tested benefit for Free School Meals then your child is also entitled to receive free milk each day. Please register your child with Cool Milk and inform them that you have free school meals. Cool Milk will contact school to confirm this for you.

 

If you do have any questions regarding school milk please visit www.coolmilk.com or contact Cool Milk directly on 0844 854 2913. Or ask at the school office.

 

 

 

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