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Ravenscote Junior School

Ravenscote

Junior School

Prospectus

We strive to provide the best education possible within the resources available, by means of a broad balanced curriculum, extra curricular activities and the promotion of positive attitudes and values throughout the whole school community, thereby enabling every child to achieve his/her maximum potential.

We also aim encourage the involvement of parents, as partners in their children’s education, in the daily life of the school.

To view the Ravenscote Prospectus please click here

Teaching Hours

The Surrey school term dates can be found on the following link (please note Ravenscote inset days are on the School Calendar): http://new.surreycc.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/schools/school-term-dates

We teach approximately 24 hours per week. These include religious education but exclude the statutory daily act of collective reflection, registration and breaks (including lunch).

We can only be responsible for children who arrive on our school premises after 08.35. Children can enter the school at 8.35am to prepare for their learning. The school day finishes at 3.25.

Time

Year 3 & 4 Timetable
Lower School

Year 5 & 6 Timetable
Upper School

8.45 - 8.55

8.55 - 9.15

9.15 - 10.55

10.55 -11.10

11.10 - 12.10

12.10 - 1.05

1.05 - 3.25

Registration / Early Morning Work

Assembly

Lessons

Break

Lessons

Lunch

Lessons

Registration / Early Morning Work

Assembly

Lessons (9.15 - 11.15)

Break (11.15 - 11.30)

Lessons (11.30 - 12.30)

Lunch (12.30 - 1.25)

Lessons (1.25 - 3.25)

Staff

The class teacher is of fundamental importance to the success of the school. Each class teacher contributes to the overall success of the institution and the organisation of the school exists to support, sustain and develop the class teachers' crucial role.

Curriculum Co-ordinators

Each class teacher is able to teach a broad curriculum including the core subjects.

They are supported by the use of specialist curriculum co-ordinators who are able to advise and work alongside colleagues within the classroom.

Specialist help and advice are also available from County Inspectors and Advisory Teachers.

Teaching Assistants

We employ a number of teaching assistants to help and support the work of the class teacher. Teaching assistants help with both individual children and groups.