7.30am – Breakfast Club
8.50am – Start of the school day.
10.30 – 10.45am – Break
12.00 – 1.15pm – Reception Lunchtime
12.00 – 1.00pm – Years 3 and 4 Lunchtime
12.15 – 1.15pm – Years 1 and 2 Lunchtime
12.30 – 1.30pm – Years 5 and 6 Lunchtime
3.15pm – End of School Day
3.15 – 4.15pm – School Clubs
After School Club available until 6.00pm.
Children at Peartree Spring Primary School have access to an onsite Breakfast Club and After School Club that runs every day.
We have a range of extra-curricular activities arranged by both the school and outside organisations.
In this assembly, we introduce our main theme of the week. This may be linked to a national event, a Rights Respecting School article, a well-being theme or one of our pupil voice events.
The whole school gather to learn new songs and musical language.
This assembly is led by our House Captains. They deliver the information to the children in their house teams. It provides an opportunity for the children to delve deeper into our theme of the week. The House Captains also use this time to set house challenges which encourage the children to help their house win the weekly house competition by earning extra points.
Each class takes a turn to put on a show for their adults. Adults are invited in to watch their child take on their role.
Each week the whole school gathers together to celebrate individual and team successes. Each class selects a Star of the Week, Phonics (KS1) or TTRockstars star, Star Reader and Maths Star. Sporting successes and birthdays are also mentioned. Children also share home achievements such as sports club awards in this assembly.
We are proud to virtually invite you to our weekly Celebration Assembly. Each week you will receive a unique link to join live every Friday at 10am. Replays remain available for 48 hours after the assembly has finished.
You can view a copy of our Celebration Assembly slides by clicking here.
This Week’s Stars:
Week 1 – Fairtrade Fortnight – Art. 32 The Right to Protection from Work
Week 6 – Safer Internet Day – Art. 24 You Have the Right to Information to Help You Stay Well
Week 5 – Chinese New Year – Art. 7 You have the Right to an Identity
Week 4 – Burns Night – Art. 7 You have the Right to an Identity
Week 3 – Martin Luther King Day – Art. 2 All Children Have Rights
Week 2 – The Epiphany – Art. 30 The Right to Practice Your Religion
Week 1 – New Year Resolutions – Art. 29 The Right to Develop Your Talents
Week 7 – Christmas Around the World – Art. 30 The Right to Practice Your Own Religion
Week 6 – Advent – Art. 30 The Right to Practice Your Own Religion
Week 4 – UK Disability History Month – Art. 29 The Right to Develop our Talents
Week 3 – Charity – Art. 27 The Right to Food, Clothing and a Safe Home
Week 2 – Remembrance Week – Art. 38 The Right to Protection from War
Week 1 – Festivals of Light Around the World – Art. 14 The Right to Our Own Beliefs
Week 6 – Friendship – Art. 15 The Right to Friendship
Week 5 – Black History Month – Art. 8 The Right to an Identity
Week 4 – Harvest Festival – Art. 24 The Right to Nutritious Food
Week 3 – Community – Macmillan Coffee Morning – Art. 24 The Right to the Best Healthcare
Week 2 – Resilience – Emma Raducanu – Art. 29 The Right to Develop Your Talents
Week 1 – Democracy – Art. 12 The Right to an Opinion