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The School Day
Students arrive by school transport or with parents between 9.00 – 9.15 a.m. and are greeted by friendly members of staff. They are accompanied to their classes for registration to take place.
Lunchtime is split depending on age. The younger students have lunch and playtime between 11.45 and 13.15, the older students do this between 12.30 and 14.00. Students are provided with a hot meal, or have the option of a packed lunch if they prefer.
Transport/parents arrive at the end of the school day at 3.15 p.m to take students home.
Whenever a student is off school due to sickness, it is helpful if you phone the office to let us know. Alternatively, we require a short note on their return, stating why they were absent.
For other absences e.g. appointments, please give us advance notice where possible.
If you are not able to supply us with details of any absence, this results in an unauthorised absence, which may be investigated by the Educational Welfare Officer. Please refer to the attendance policy.
When your holidays do not coincide with the school term dates, it is necessary for you to complete a Holiday Request form beforehand, to get permission from the Principal. Forms are available from the office or you can download the document.
Students have their lunch in the dining room, where we have two sittings; the first for our younger students (12.00-12.30pm) and the second for our older students (12.35-1.05pm).
Students can bring their own packed lunch, or eat school meals. We provide ‘family service’, so that members of each tutor group sit together with staff from their team. It’s the opportunity to not only eat, but to develop social skills.
Individual needs are catered for and staff are aware of students’ specific dietary requirements, where these apply.
The cost of lunch is £2.50 per day. Payment can either be made in advance for the week (£12.50) on a Monday morning or, if you would prefer, you can pay for the whole of the half-term in advance.
An administration charge of £2.00 will be made for each letter or telephone call the school has to generate to individual parents informing them of outstanding dinner money.
Payment for any meals that have been paid for and not taken due to your child being absent from school will be carried forward to the next week/half-term.
If you think your child is eligible for free school meals, please contact the school office.
|Open on morning of||Close at end of afternoon of|
|Autumn Term 2021||Monday 6th September
Tuesday 3rd November
|Thursday 21st October
Friday 18th December
|Spring Term 2022||Wednesday 5th January
Monday 28th February
|Friday 18th February
Friday 8th April
|Summer Term 2022||Monday 25th April
Monday 6th June
|Friday 27th May
Wednesday 20th July
The INSET Day dates are as follows. Students do not attend school on these days:
Wednesday 1st September 2021
Thursday 2nd September 2021
Friday 3rd September 2021
Friday 22nd October 2021
Tuesday 4th January 2022
Friday 15th April 2022 – Good Friday
Monday 18th April 2022 – Easter Monday
Monday 2nd May 2022 – Bank Holiday
Thursday 2nd June 2022 – Bank Holiday
Friday 3rd June 2022 – Bank Holiday
Uniform comprises of grey/black trousers, skirt or jogging bottoms, dark green or white polo shirts and dark green sweatshirts. School sweatshirts and polo shirts bought from the school office have the Stocklake logo.
For PE and swimming, students will need shorts, tracksuit bottoms, t-shirt, plimsolls/trainers and a towel, swimming hat and swimsuit.
Please ensure that all clothing is clearly/permanently marked or labelled with your child’s name.
Uniform should be ordered using the link below.
Plain coloured clothing without a logo may be purchased locally.
Sizes Available – 30, 32, 34, 36 (Small), 38/40 (Medium), 42/44 (Large), 46/48 (X Large, XX Large)
Crew neck sweatshirt – £9.50
Polo shirt (Bottle green) – £7.50
Polo shirt (White) – £7.50
16-19 Bursary Fund 2020/21
The 16 to 19 Bursary Fund is money the government has given to local authorities, school, colleges and other education and training providers to give to students who need financial help to stay in education. There are various criteria an applicant has to fulfill to be eligible for this fund, please see the information below for more details and how to apply if you believe you qualify.