The school day starts at 8.40am KS1 and 8.50 KS2 when the doors open and the children can make there way into the school.
(Bus children are escorted off the bus at 8.30 am by a member of staff. The playground is then supervised from this point. Up to 8.40am please remain with your child. During rainy weather children may come in to school from 8.30 am and go straight to class).
At 10.15am our Reception, Year 1 and 2 children have a 15 minute break. At 10.15 Years 3 and 4 have break and at 10.30 year 5 and 6 go for their 15 minute break.
Lunch break is 1 hour long. Children in Reception go for lunch at 11.40 Year 1 and 2 go for lunch at 12 Children in Years 3 and 4 go for lunch at 12.15 and children in Years 5 and 6 go for lunch at 12.30.
Reception, Year 1 and 2 have a 15 minute break at 2pm.
End of the Day
At 3.25pm the bus children are collected and put onto the school bus at 3.30pm.
The school day ends at 3.20 for KS1 and 3.30 for KS2
Drop off and Collection
At the beginning and end of the day parents are welcome into the school playground. Reception and Year 1 are dropped off and collected from the small playground and all other classes from the main playground.
If there are any changes to your child's normal arrangements please let us know. The best way to do this is by using your child's communication book (which is checked every morning by a member of staff). However, if this is not possible please contact the school office.
Acton CE Primary Academy is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity for all employees, pupils and any others involved in the community of the school. We make it our duty to provide facilities that enable inclusion for all: All ground floor access, Disabled toilet, Changing station.
Getting to School
Please use the village car park and walk your child the short distance to school to avoid congestion around the school itself where there is no parking. Some children may be eligible to access the school bus service (please contact the Chehsire East Council Transport Helpline: 0300 123 5012 for more information).
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