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Children should arrive at school no earlier than the time listed below. This ensures the safeguarding and supervision of our pupils. In the morning, parents and carers are asked to wear face masks and respect social distancing while waiting to enter through the blue set of playground gates. At pickup time, parents and carers may enter the gates and wait on the playground respecting social distancing.  




Yrs 3&4:  8:55am

Yrs 5&6:  8:50am


9:00am - 10:40am

Lesson Time           

Yrs 3&5:  10:20am - 10:35am

Yrs 4&6:  10:45am - 11:00am

Break Time

10:35/11:00am - 12:10pm

Lesson Time

Yrs 3&5:  12:10pm

Yrs 4&6:  12:40pm


1:15pm - 3:10/3:15pm

Lesson Time

Yrs 3&4:  3:15pm

Yrs 5&6:  3:10pm

Home Time

What does a child need to bring?

  • Please do not send in PE Kit - Children wear their PE kit to school on the days for PE, and do not need to bring in their uniform to change into. Your child's teacher will let you know when they have PE.
  • Please do not send in school supplies or a pencil case. These items are provided for each child's personal use by the school. 

Please do send your child with:

  • Water bottle (no juice or squash)
  • Snack (healthy choices – not sweets or chocolate bars
  • Home Contact Book (provided by the school)
  • Completed homework books on relevant days
  • Forms and letters that need to be returned
  • An appropriate jacket for the weather
  • A sun hat during warmer months


Our Values

At Sandwich Junior School, the pupils and staff uphold our Core Values, which are at the centre of our school ethos and all that we do. They were first established by the pupils of our school, who chose specific animals that they felt represented the values and attitudes they should show every day, at school and at home:

The Wolf

Working together as a Wolf Pack, we are a community. Helping peers in difficult times, and celebrating our successes.

The Salmon

We always try our best – showing resilience, we never give up. We are always striving to reach the top and take risks with learning, as that is when we make our biggest leaps forward.

The Eagle

Aiming high to achieve the best we can be, and soaring high to reach our potential.

The Dolphin

When children enjoy their learning, they will achieve more.