Our School Day starts at 8:45am and ends at 3:15pm. Session times are as follows:
Morning 8:45am - 11:45am
Lunch 11:45am - 12: 20pm
Afternoon 12:20pm - 3:15pm
Year 1 and 2
Morning 8:45am - 11:50am
Lunch 11:50am - 12:25pm
Afternoon 12:25pm- 3:15pm
Years 3 and 4
Morning 8:45am - 12:20pm
Lunch 12.20 pm - 1.05pm
Afternoon 1.05pm - 3:15pm
Years 5 and 6
Morning 8:45am - 12:40pm
Lunch 12:40pm - 1.25pm
Afternoon 1:25pm - 3:15pm
Monday 10:10am - 10:30am: Whole School assembly based on school ethos themes.
Wednesday - 10.10am-10.30am Whole School singing assembly
Friday 9:10am - 9:30am: Whole School Celebration assembly. Parents and Carers are invited to join us and are to welcome to attend the coffee morning in the small hall beforehand. All children who are stars of the week displayed in the main corridor and posted on the school website.
Each class will also organise a class assembly. Parents and carers will be invited to attend a class assembly and your child's class teacher will send out invites in advance.
Collective Worship/Reflection time
Classes are involved in a voluntary act of reflection during the assemblies and quiet times in class.
We are proud of our school meals which have an emphasis on fresh and healthy food. We now have family service where the food is brought to the children's table and they serve each other. This allows for a more pleasant atmosphere when eating and allows staff to help children with their social skills. Please have a look at the menu sheet below so that you can discuss food choices with your child. The menus may change slightly at short notice due to circumstances beyond our control, however this would only be on a rare occasion.
Children who bring a packed lunch to school sit in the hall with the children who are eating school meals. We encourage all packed lunches to be healthy.
Costs of school meals
Reception to Year 2 FREE
Year 3 and 4 cost £10.50 per week (£2.10 per day)
Years 5 and 6 cost £11.00 per week (£2.20 per day)
Quality of Food
- Meals are freshly made every day
- Using great quality produce:
- Fresh vegetables and potatoes, locally when in season
- UK farm assured chicken, beef and lamb
- Free range eggs from East Yorkshire
- 100% salmon and white fish fillet from sustainable sources
- Dolphin friendly tuna
- Choice UK cheddar
- Menus are designed to provide healthy, balanced meals which will be enjoyed by children
- Menus meet the Government guidelines for school meals
- All medical and religious diets can be catered
Please scroll below to find an electronic copy of the current term menu.
We believe that a school uniform is an important part of school life. It contributes to good order within the classroom, health and safety while out of school on visits, and it provides children with a sense of identity of belonging to the school community.
We ask that children wear a white shirt or blouse with a red sweatshirt or cardigan. These should be worn with a either grey or black trousers or a skirt. In summer, girls may wear a gingham red and white checked dress. The sweatshirts and cardigans can be bought from the school office at cost price either with or without the school logo. Please download the order form attached below.
No jewellery of any sort can be worn during PE for Health and Safety reasons.
For PE, we ask that pupils wear a white polo shirt and a pair of black shorts which can be bought at cost price from the school office. Outdoor PE will require suitable outdoor sports clothing and footwear, especially during the winter months. This may include black jogging bottoms or black leggings.
|PE T-Shirt (white)
||4 / 6 Yrs
||7 / 9 Yrs
||10 / 13 Yrs
Parents' evenings are important because they give you an opportunity to discuss what your child is doing at school and how they are getting on. You can also cover any issues you may want to talk about with your child's teacher. So, going to parents' evening can help you to become better involved with your child's learning. It helps you to give your child good, practical support and to make choices. At Meadowfield, we believe that when schools and parents work together, children's outcomes are vastly improved and parent/carers, children and school staff are happier.
Our Parents' Evenings
Year 5 /6 Parents' Welcome 3.30pm
Year 3/4 Parents' Welcome 3.30pm
Year R/1/2 Parents' Welcome 3.30pm
Wednesday 14th November consulation evening
Thursday 15th November consulatation evening
Wednesday 20th March consultation evening
Thursday 21st March consultation evening
We have an open evening in July to discuss your child's report.
Parents recieve a final written report for you child in July and an interim report in March.
We always welcome opportunities to strenghten the partnership between parents and school. If you would like to discuss your child's learning before parents evening please set up an appointment to meet with the teacher at a suitable time.