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School is now closed for the Summer Holidays. We re-open on Wednesday 6th September 2017.

Laying the Foundations for Children to Thrive

Telephone: 0161 921 1200 Email: grosvenorroad.primaryschool@salford.gov.uk

Grosvenor Road Primary School | Parkgate Drive | Swinton | Manchester | M27 5LN

Grosvenor Road Primary School

School Day

Nursery

  • Day Starts at 8.55am - doors open at 8.45am
  • Lunch Time at 11.30am
  • Afternoon Session at 1.00pm
  • Day Ends at 3.05pm

Reception

  • Day Starts at 8.55am - doors open at 8.45am
  • Lunch Time at 12.00pm
  • Afternoon Session at 1.20pm
  • Day Ends at 3.05pm

Key Stage 1

  • Day Starts at 8.55am - doors open at 8.45am
  • Break at 10.15 - 10.30am
  • Y1 Lunch Time at 12.00pm
  • Y2 Lunch Time at 12.15pm
  • Y1 Afternoon Session at 1.15pm
  • Y2 Afternoon Session at 1.30pm
  • Day Ends at 3.15pm

Key Stage 2

  • Day Starts at 8.55am - doors open at 8.45am
  • Break at 10.45 - 11.00am
  • Lunch Time at 12.15pm
  • Afternoon Session at 1.10pm
  • Day Ends at 3.15pm

Assembly

  • Attendance Assembly on Monday at 2.30pm
  • Reception & KS1 Merit Assembly on Friday at 1.30pm
  • KS2 Merit Assembly on Friday at 2.30pm

We have a number of different entrances for classes. Please ask at the School Office if you are unsure where to leave or collect your child.

Lunchtime

Each class has a lunch break of approximately one hour. This allows for staggered eating times, play and small group intervention/teaching time. In order to accommodate all groups, we serve lunch between 11.30 and 12.30. Your child may choose from a selection of hot and cold healthy meals. These are provided by Citywide Catering, and are prepared in the school kitchen. If you prefer, a healthy packed lunch may be provided from home. Your child may change between school meals and packed lunches at the beginning of a half term. We have a duty of care to ensure that packed lunches are healthy and do not contain sweets. Please do not be offended if we ask to discuss your child's eating habits with you. This is an important part of their education.

Free School Meals

Parents who qualify, can apply for free school meals for their children. As well as the benefit to yourselves, the school benefits because money is paid into the budget for every child whose parent accesses this system. For information please speak to a member of the Office team. When you apply for free school meals you will need to take proof that you are in receipt of income support or income based job seekers allowance.

Drinks

Children may bring to school bottles of water, which they may drink from throughout the day. Drinking water is available to refill these bottles if required. Flavoured water is not permitted. Milk can be ordered for your child to have around morning break. Water is available at lunchtime in the dining room. Some healthy drinks are also available to be bought in the dining room.

Fruit

A variety of different fruit and vegetables are available for Reception and KS1 children. You may send fruit for your children to have at break if they wish.