All About Our School

The School Day

The school opens at 8.40 am, and children should go straight to their classroom.  Although children may arrive before this time, staff cannot be responsible for the safety of your child until 8.40am.

Teaching times are:

        Morning session               8.50 am - 12.00 noon

        Afternoon session            1.00 pm - 3.30 pm

All children have a mid-morning break of twenty minutes.    

 

The School Office

The school office is open to parents from 8.30 am to 9.15 am and again from 3.15 pm to 3.45 pm during term time.  You are very welcome to telephone us with enquiries at any time during the school day.

 

Term Dates

These are set by Hampshire County Council and can be viewed here.  The term dates for Greenfields Junior School for the year 2016-17 including the dates of those Inset Days which have been agreed can also be viewed here.

 

School Uniform 

School uniform is as follows and logo sweatshirts/cardigans are available from M&S.  You can order uniform online on www.mandsyourschooluniform.com or by phone on 0333 014 8418, Mon-Fri 9am-8pm.

Boys Girls
Plain Black or Grey Socks

Plain white or grey ankle or knee high socks

Plain grey, black or grey tights

Grey Trousers or Shorts

Grey trousers, skirt or shorts (same as boys style not culottes or skort) plain not fashion, no adornments

Green and white gingham dress (summer) 

White shirt or polo shirt White shirt or polo shirt
Green school sweathshirt with logo Green school sweatshirt or cardigan with logo
 Plain, sensible black school shoes – no trainers  Plain, sensible black school shoes – no trainers or shoes with heel. (please note summer sandals are no longer permitted)

 

School fleeces are for outdoor wear only and are not a substitute for school sweatshirt/cardigan.

The following clothing is required for PE and Games:

 Plain Black shorts

 Plain White t-shirt

 Trainers – dark or neutral colours (not bright colours)

 Plain Dark coloured tracksuit

 Colour team T-shirt for colour days

 Drawstring bag

Hair styles:

Hair shoulder length or longer (including boys) should be tied up and clips and hair accessories should be small and plain. Large or fashion hair accessories should not be worn.

Extreme hairstyles, including tram lines, hair gel or hair colours are not part of school uniform and parents will be informed if they are not suitable.

Jewellery and Cosmetics

We ask that children do not come into school wearing any jewellery, make up temporary tattoos or nail varnish.  Children may wear watches, as long as parents are happy that they can be responsible for them.  Children with pierced ears should wear small, plain STUD earrings only, with one earring in each ear.  All watches and earrings must be removed before PE and swimming.  If earrings are recent, please bring tape to cover the studs.  Under no circumstances should the class teacher help to remove earrings.  Please consider leaving ear piercing until the start of the summer holidays. 

 

School Meals

Our policy is to continue to develop each child's pursuit for personal healthcare through good choices and respect for their bodies. We encourage healthy eating choices for lunches and the use of water bottles.  The bottles are kindly provided to all children by the PTFA in the colour of the school team of which they are a member.  Water is drunk throughout the day and bottles are stored outside classrooms in named trays for easy access.  All children are encouraged to bring water in the morning and to take it home empty at the end of the day.

Children may bring their own packed lunch and drink but hot meals are available and may be chosen on a day to day basis. Meals are eaten together in the school hall.  We ask parents to pay weekly, monthly or half termly in advance, preferably by our on line ‘schools cash office’ or by cheque payable to Hampshire County Council.  The menu runs on a selection process based on a three weekly cycle and the children have a choice of two different meals each day as well as a picnic lunch in warm weather.  One selection is always a vegetarian option.

Click here to view details of the current menus 

Hampshire County Council hot school meals.

More information on ordering and paying for school meals can be downloaded here.  Hampshire County Council Catering Services (HC3S) has an online service which enables parents to check their eligibility for free school meals.  This self-service option is available at:  https://www3.hants.gov.uk/hc3s/freeschoolmeals.htm 

We are delighted that our school has been awarded the Eat Out Eat Well Silver award from Hampshire.  EatOutEatWellSilver

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