Boreham Primary School
A Friendship School

"Daring to aim high, scale new heights, spread our wings and fly far"

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School Day


Although routines do vary from time to time and from class to class, the following table gives an example of a typical day for a pupil at Boreham Primary School. Each session will be broken down into different learning experiences and activities.



Children arrive in school playground.

Mr Bowyer (Head teacher) and Mr Smith (Caretaker) are at the front and back gate to greet pupils and parents.

Mrs Mahr (Pastoral Care & Administration Officer) is in the playground.



Teachers open the classroom door for the children to come in.

School Gates locked

from 8.50

Children settle to complete early morning activity (spellings into handwriting books)

9.00 – 9.30

Interventions / Guided Reading  *(Not Mondays) – Buddy Assembly 10:00am


English or Maths


Break time


‘Fast’ Maths – Whole School


English or Maths


End of lunch break

1.00 – 2.40

Afternoon registration and learning sessions.

2.25 – 2.40

Key Stage 1 playtime

2.40 – 3.00

Tuesday – KS2 Assembly 2:40-3:00pm

Wednesday – Whole School Singing Assembly – 2:30-3:00pm

Thursday – KS1 Assembly 2:40-3:00pm (Also used for Class Assemblies)

Friday – Star Assembly 2:30-3:00pm

3.00 – 3.10

Return to class
3.05pm - Mr Smith opens gates for parents to come onto the playground.


End of school day for all pupils

Class teachers stand at doors and dismiss children from class to parents

Mrs Mahr is in the playground and Mr Bowyer and Mr Smith are at the front and back gates.



Parents are responsible for their child’s safety at the beginning and end of the school day: Children should not be left unsupervised or play on any of the outside equipment at any point before and after school: