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Practical Information

​1. Regular school hours throughout the year:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 9.00 – 15.30 (15.15 in Maternelle) (including half-board)
  • Wednesday: 9.00 – 13.00 (12.45 in Maternelle

In Maternelle and CP levels, the pupils eat their « lunch box » prepared by the parents at school before the 12.45 exit on Wednesdays. 

Opening time: the side gate on Aynhoe Road opens at 8.50 every day, for a 9.00 school start.

All children enter the school alone through the side gate on Aynhoe Road, next to the car park of the retirement home. Children from Maternelle are individually welcomed by their teacher at the gate. Children in CP and CE1 wait for their teachers in the school internal playground. Children from CE2 and above go straight to their classrooms.

Half-board: compulsory, everyday, for all children (except on Wednesdays when pack lunches are provided by the parents when applicable). Pack lunches are compulsory on Wednesdays for all children in Maternelle and CP as well as all children from CE1 onwards attending an after-school club on Wednesday afternoons.

Lunch times
11.30/12.30                MMS go to the canteen at 11.20
11.40/12.40                MGS go to the canteen at 11.30
11.50/12.50                CPA
12.00/13.00                CPB
12.15/13.15                CE1A & CE1B   
12.30/13.30                CE2A 
12.40/13.40                CE2B 
12.50/13.50                CM2B 
13.00/14.00                CM1/2A & CM1B

Exit: at 15.15 in Maternelle everyday (except 12.45 on Wednesdays)15.30 from CP onwards every day (except 13.00 on Wednesdays).

  • In CP: the children leave through the main door on Brook Green and parents are expected to wait outside No 59 Brook Green. Children can only be collected at the gate by the adults formally authorised by the parents in the authorisation form.
  • In Maternelle and from CE1 to CM2: the children leave through the side gate on Aynhoe Road and parents are expected to wait outside the gate next to the car park of the retirement home. Please do not stay or park on the premises of the retirement home, which are private. 

In everyone's interest, we kindly ask you to be on time and follow the above instructions. The school is not able to look after the children outside school hours and can not be held responsible in the case of delays. 

If a child has an external appointment during school time, he or she can only leave the school or return to school at lunch time for half-days only.

For medical appointments and on an exceptional basis only, children will be allowed to leave the school or return to school during play times (play times schedules can be obtained from the school admin office at info@ecoleprevert.org.uk). Please let the school know in writing with two days' notice. 

No absence will be tolerated on days preceding week-ends or holiday start dates.

If a child is late or absent: please report through the website as soon as possible.

And write a note to the teacher in the child's admin school book ('cahier de liaison') on his or her return.

If a child is late: parents are requested to take their child to the school admin office and get in through the main door at No 59 Brook Green. 

Please note:

  • Dogs and other pets are not allowed on the school premises or in the immediate area by the exit doors and gates. 
  • Please keep the traffic as smooth as possible around the school entry and exit points and do not block the pavement or the street. We expect every parent to fully comply with the parking legislation in place in the Borough.
  • Adults can only get in through the main door at No 59 Brook Green and must formally register at the school admin office by signing the visitors book. They will be required to wear a visitors badge on the school premises.

2. School fees

School fees must be paid 1 week before the start of the new trimester at the latest and are non refundable. The school reserves the right to expel children if school fees are not paid on time.

The one-off deposit paid at registration is not refundable if a child leaves the school before the end of the school year. It is only refundable if all three trimesters have been paid for the given school year.

3. Morning club

The Morning club is open from 8.00 to 8.50 every day, with three supervisors looking after the children and organising games and fun activities.

You can drop your child off any time between 8.00 and 8.45. 

You will have to buy a prepaid card by bank transfer to the school bank account quoting «  periscolaire". These cards will be kept by the supervisors who will keep a record of the sessions used.

10 sessions : £50
20 sessions : £90
50 sessions : £210
80 sessions: £320

4. Afterschool Club

On top of the sports and arts clubs organised by the Parents Association, the school also runs an Afterschool club held at the school premises from 15.15/15.30 to 17.00. The club is organised into two parts:
  • 15.30-16.30: 1 hour of cultural, fun or sports activities
  • 16.30-17.00: free time 
Please note that children can be collected either at 16.30 or 17.00 but not any other time as this would disrupt the session for the other children. 

You will have to buy a prepaid card by bank transfer to the school bank account quoting «  periscolaire". These cards will be kept by the supervisors who will keep a record of the sessions used.

10 sessions : £50
20 sessions : £90
50 sessions : £210
80 sessions: £320

 

5. Study club

The school also runs a 'study club' from CE1 onwards, where children are given the opportunity to review their lessons and do their homework under the close supervision of one of the school's main form teachers. The availability is limited to 6  children only in order to ensure the individual monitoring of every child's needs.
The study club is held at the school premises on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 15.30 to 16.30 (including 15 mins break and 45 mins of effective work).
The cost is £8 per child and per session, entry per term.

6. Administration of medication in School

The school can not administer medication on its premises. 
If a child needs to take some medication during school time, either as part of a regular treatment or sporadically, for instance in the case of asthma attacks or serious allergic reactions, the parents need to let the school know. An individualised action plan (called 'PAI' in French, for 'Projet d'Accueil Individualisé') will be agreed and signed between the family, the school doctor and the child's teacher(s) at the start of each school year. An action plan can only be put together at the parents' request and a meeting between the school doctor and the parents is compulsory.
 
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