Due to COVID-19, temporary changes have been made to the school day. Please find further information in the Junction Farm COVID-19 Risk Assessment.


Children may arrive on the school site from 8.45am – we discourage them from arriving earlier as there is no adult supervision on the playground until this time.


The doors will open at 8.50am, the Caretaker, Head Teacher and Deputy Head Teacher will be on duty outside. Wake up and Shake up will take place in the Hall every morning for Key Stage 2.


10.45 – 11.00 – AM

KS1 Fruit is provided.

KS2 Children bring their own healthy snack or purchase from our Tasty Tuck on Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning breaks.


12.00 – 1.00 PM – KS1

12.00 – 12.45 PM – KS2


1.55pm – 2.10 – PM

This break time is a whole school mile. All staff and pupils run or walk in a circuit to promote keeping fit and healthy.


Monday 2.55-3.10pm Year 1 to Year 6 – Mrs Norton or Miss Briston

Tuesday 2.55-3.10pm – Mr Clayton

Wednesday 2.55-3.10pm – Rota Assembly for all staff / Class Assembly

Thursday 2.55-3.10pm – Year 1 to Year 6 Hymn Practice – Mr Dunn & Mrs Weldon

Friday 2.55-3.10pm – Celebration assembly – Miss Lawrence and Miss Norton

We have a statutory obligation to ensure that the children are engaged in: ‘A daily act of collective worship on a broadly Christian basis’. Assemblies are the perfect vehicle for reinforcing how we want our pupils to be: polite, well-mannered, well-behaved, thoughtful, enthusiastic and creative citizens who have a zest for learning and life. Assemblies are also a good opportunity for reinforcing British culture and traditions, culture of other countries, as well as exploring moral and historical tales as well as religious stories, ideas and practices of religions other than Christianity. To make it an act of worship, there will be a prayer and an opportunity for reflection.


Each class does one class assembly per year. These are timetabled to ensure that they are spread across the Autumn, Spring and Summer term. The class teacher will invite parents to attend. They are invited to stay for coffee and biscuits after the assembly.

Key Stage 1 & 2 finish at 3.15pm. The children will be taken to the playground and lined up. The class teacher will then dismiss the children when a parent/carer has been located. If your child’s end of day arrangements change, you must inform school.