The School Day at Trinity
8.50am Doors open
9.00am Gates locked
10.35- 10.55 am Morning break
12.15pm Lunch starts for Rainbow, Sunshine, Maple, Oak, Jasmine and Poppy
12.30pm Lunch starts for all other classes
1.20pm End of lunch for Pine, Gorse, Holly and Bramble
1.25pm End of lunch for KS1
2.30pm –2.45pm Break for KS1
3.10pm Gates unlocked
3.15pm End of school day for all
The children eat their lunch in the hall and are well supervised. We are able to offer children a healthy cooked meal or a salad lunch. From Sept 2014 school meals are free for Reception, Y1 and Y2 children. Meals for years 3 and 4 are £2.45 per day. Children may bring their own packed lunch from home. Meals are cooked at Oakfield School, who share our site and meet nutritional standards set nationally. If you receive Income Support or Child Tax Credit your child may be entitled to free meals in Y3 and Y4. Classes eat together regardless of the type of meal they have. Each class has its own lunchtime supervisor to look after the children inside the school and out on the playgrounds.
The School urges all parents to send their children to school in our inexpensive and hard-wearing school uniform.
In the winter, children wear red sweatshirts, grey skirts/pinafore dresses or grey or black trousers. Shirts or blouses are white and children wear white, grey, black or red socks or tights and plain black school shoes. In the summer, dresses or skirts should be red and white check, shorts should be grey. Children wear white socks, sandals or similar, but not flip-flops or high heeled shoes. Shirts or T-shirts are plain red or white. Jeans, tracksuit trousers, leggings, shell suits etc, should not be worn. On sunny days children may wear sun hats and we recommend you apply sun cream before they come to school.
The Uniform can be purchased through the school
- Red sweatshirts £10.00
- Cardigans £11.00
- Fleeces £12.00
- Waterproof fleeces £14.00
- Sun hats £ 2.50
Children need to be suitably dressed for all Physical Education lessons and should be supplied with shorts, a T-shirt, plimsolls (‘daps’ in Somerset!) and a bag to keep them in. Children keep their PE clothes in a named drawstring bag that they can hang on their own peg. Bags are on sale for £4.00 in school if you wish to buy one. Children may bring tracksuits to wear for P.E. in cold weather.