Redmarley C of E Primary Academy, Redmarley, Gloucestershire. GL19 3HS

01531 650277

Redmarley Church Of England Primary School

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Our School Day

Scroll through this page to find out about our school day, you’ll find useful information like what time we start and finish school, what we do at Breakfast club and what are school dinner options are.

Rise & Shine Breakfast Club
A fun & healthy start to the day
Our Breakfast Club session is run in our school hall by Mrs Baxter who is also our Class 1 Teaching Assistant.  There will be time for a play or chat before a healthy breakfast of cereal, toast, milk or juice and fresh fruit is served.   We encourage our children to take a positive role in the club by taking part in preparation and clearing away each day.
 7.45am – 8.50am
 Term time only
 Healthy breakfast
 Ofsted registered
 £3.95 per day
 Sibling discounts


Read more in our Rise & Shine Breakfast Club booklet

Doors open at 8:50am, we go straight into our classes, ready to begin school at 9:00am

Then it’s registration, and straight into lessons!

Class 1

It’s Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 in this class. Click on the image to go to our Theme Web

Class 2

It’s Years 2, Year 3  and Year 4 in this class. Click on the image to go to our Theme Web 


Class 3

It’s Year 5 and Year 6 in this class. Click on the image to go to our Theme Web


School Assembly
Enriching Christian Values and Principles
We have assembly every day, which is led by teachers, children and members of our local church. We welcome parents to join us in our sharing assemblies throughout the year, including at special festivals and at the end of term.
Read more about our Christian Values

We are a Church or England school and we provide a Christian foundation for our pupils.  As a result, Christian values and principles play a large part of Worship in our school. A member of the Church Ministry Team takes the worship once a week and this is reinforced in class.

The diocesan guidelines for Religious Education are followed with the Christian religion forming the main part of our RE studies. Other religions are also studied as part of the curriculum to enable the pupils to understand as many different religious views as possible. We also celebrate festivals such as Harvest, Christmas and Easter at St Bartholomew’s church in the village.


Break Time!
We have a 15 minute morning break when we have fun in our playground and field. We even have play leaders who organise fun games & play equipment for us all.
All infant (R,Y1,& Y2) pupils receive a free piece of fruit or vegetable through the nutritional fruit and vegetable scheme. Junior pupils can also join the scheme at a nominal cost. All pupils are encouraged to bring healthy snacks.
School Milk
Milk is also available to all pupils and is free for those in in reception until their 5th birthday. Milk can be ordered through the Cool Milk scheme.
Budding musicians

Children are encouraged from Year 2 to play a variety of instruments, such as flute, clarinet, piano and guitar. These lessons are taught by external music teachers, paid for by parents. We feel that the teaching of music develops pupils ability to listen and appreciate a wide variety of music. Some of these lessons are provided by GAM (Gloucester Academy of Music), others by private tutors.

The whole school comes together at lunch time, our children socialise with others of all ages as they eat their lunch, with the older children helping the younger ones.
School Dinners
Our meals are cooked on site by local provider, Cater Cater. Children have a choice of 2 healthy hot meals for £2.30 per day. All children in Reception, Year 1 & Year 2 are entitled to receive meals free of charge. Children who’s parents are in receipt of income report can also receive free school meals in any year group.  Click here for our current menu choices. 
Packed Lunches
Children may bring a packed lunch if they prefer. All children eat their lunch, hot or cold in the school hall.
Our own swimming pool

We are lucky to have our own outdoor heated swimming pool. In the summer term 2 every child swims every day for half an hour. We have a swimming pool committee who raise funds towards the running of the pool and ensure it is always ready for action.


We have excellent facilities for sport, a large playing field and playground, as well as gymnastic equipment in the school hall. Children are taught sport and exercise as a necessary part of a healthy lifestyle. Qualified sports coaches often work with all classes. We take part in many local sporting events, such as cross country running, tag rugby, swimming gala and multi sports.

Class 1 finish 3:10pm, classes 2 & 3 at 3:15pm. The end of the day, or is it?

After School Clubs

Children are welcome to attend a number of after school clubs run at the school by teachers, staff, parents and community volunteers.