The School Day


  1. We are in the right place, at the right time, with the right equipment and uniform.
  2. We listen to staff, and other students and co-operate with their reasonable requests.
  3. We respect everyone’s right to feel safe, share opinions, enjoy and achieve.
  4. We follow our School Values.
  5. We are responsible for our own actions.
golden rules at halling primary school

School Attendance

Regular and punctual attendance ensure your children have full access to the entire curriculum without missing out on key learning opportunities available to them. Please ensure your child attends school and arrives on time. 


School starts at 08:45 and registers are closed by class teachers at 08:50. Any children that arrive at school after 08:50. will be marked as late in the attendance record. Any child that arrives at school later than 09:10 will be marked as having an unauthorised absence.


If a child is unwell and cannot come to school, their parent/carer should call the School Office to inform us before 08:45. If we do not receive any contact from a parent/carer as to why a child is not in school then we will call home to check the reason for their absence.

A timetable of our school day is shown below.

The School Day Timetable

Please Note: The below is a generic timetable, for more specific information, visit the class pages.

08:35School Gates Open
07:30 - 08:50Breakfast Club Opens
08:45 - 09:05Early Morning Work
Registration Begins
09:05 - 10:50English
10:35 - 10:50Morning Break
10:50 - 12:00Maths
12:00 - 13:00Lunch
13:00 - 15:00Topic/Subject
15:00 - 15:15Class Story
15:20School Pick Up
15:20 - 18:00After School Club Begins

Extra-Curriculum Activities

We offer a wide range of free clubs that run both at lunchtime and after school. Our clubs are led by teachers and teaching assistants from the school and the Trust.

Please visit our club’s page for more information.

We also offer a Breakfast and After School Club that provides parents with the opportunity to drop their children off earlier, and pick them up later.

pupil with hands up in class at halling primary school

Further Information