The School Day
|Part of the Day||Time|
|School Begins and Registration||8:55 am|
|Session 1||9:00 am|
|Session 2||11:00 am|
12:15 pm (Willow & Ash)
12:30pm (Elm, Oak & Beech)
|Session 3||1:15 pm (All)|
|Break||2:45 pm (Foundation and KS1 Only)|
|Session 4||3:00 pm|
|End of the Day||3:30 pm|
Severe Weather Conditions
It will be the aim of the school to maintain “business as usual” throughout the year, but there may be circumstances beyond our control and we will adopt a “common sense” approach at all times. On days when there may be severe weather (heavy snow or ice), parents are advised to check that school will be open before sending the children to school. The main line of communication will be via the Text2Parents system, emails, this website, South Gloucestershire’s website and local media (Radio Bristol, Heart FM). If no announcement is broadcast, please assume that Trinity School will be operating as normal.
School Day Procedure
- Children should arrive at school between 8:50am and 9:00am and come onto the playground. Please note children should not be left at school any earlier than 8.50am. Children are not allowed into the school before this time unless specific permission from a member of staff.
- We encourage punctuality, to ensure each child has the opportunity to begin the school day successfully.
- When the “Start of School” bell sounds the children should line up in their classes on the playground.
- On wet mornings children are permitted to go directly to their classes via the playground.
- If a child arrives late for school the parent or carer should bring the child to the School Office and sign them in.
- If a child is unable to attend School, they must ring the School as soon as possible.
End of School and Collection:
- Children should be collected at 3.30 p.m.
- Any child going home on their own must leave the school as soon as they have been dismissed from their class unless they are attending an after school club.
- If Parents or Carers are going to be late to collect their children, they should notify the School Office as soon as possible. Children will wait in the school building after 3.40pm.
Below is some general guidance. We will issue ‘Parking Guidelines’ in due course.
Use the drop-off area 8.50-9.00 a.m.
Stop long enough to allow your child or children to exit the vehicle*
Pull as far forward and as close to, but not on, the kerb as possible
Wait and keep children safely inside the vehicle with seatbelts on if you are not immediately adjacent to the walkway
Park elsewhere and walk in if you need to pass a message or drop something off
Park in the drop-off area before 8.50 a.m.
Leave vehicles unattended or with the driver’s door left open at any time
Pull around the car in front
Allow your children to exit the vehicle if you are not immediately adjacent to the walkway
Leave vehicles unattended in order to pass a message or drop something off
*school understands that child locks may mean it is necessary for someone to exit the vehicle in order to open the passenger side back door
Breakfast Club (Pumpkins) dropping off;
Park in the drop-off area between 8.00-8.30 a.m. and escort your child or children into the building
Pull as far forward and as close to the kerb as possible
Park in the school car park
Leave your engine running
School car park
Park in the dedicated bay if you are a ‘Blue Badge’ holder
Park in the middle of the car park (in a line) if you are a ‘Blue Badge’ holder and the dedicated bay is occupied
Take care when crossing to the footpath with your child or children
When on foot use the walkways and pedestrian gate only
Observe a 5mph limit
Park in the school car park if you do not have a ‘Blue Badge’
Drive across the walkway and park adjacent to the boiler room and bin store- even if the barrier is not in place
Allow children to move around the car park or cross to the walkway unsupervised
When on foot walk through the main car park vehicular entry gate (where there is no walkway)
Roads around the school
Observe the advisory 20mph speed limit
Observe road markings such as yellow zig-zags
Consider pedestrians when parking
Allow sufficient space for larger vehicles such as tractors or the school bus to pass
Turn off you engine when stationary
Go above 20mph
Park on yellow markings
Obstruct pavements or crossing points
Park away from the kerb
Leave your engine running
Use your phone when in control of your vehicle