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The School Day

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The School Day

Early Closure School Day – Monday
Normal School Day – Tuesday to Friday

Time

Session

Time

Session

08:25 – 08:30

Movement Time

08:25 – 08:30

Movement Time

08:30 – 08:45

AM Registration & Tutor Time

08:30 – 08:50

AM Registration & Tutor Time

08:45 – 09:45

Lesson 1

08:50 – 09:50

Lesson 1

09:45 – 10:45

Lesson 2

09:50 – 10:50

Lesson 2

10:45 – 11:05

Break time

10:50 – 11:10

Break time

11:05 – 12:00

Lesson 3

11:10 – 12:10

Lesson 3

12:00 – 12:55

Lesson 4

12:10 – 13:10

Lesson 4

12:55 – 13:40

Lunch time

13:10 – 13:55

Lunch time

 13:40 – 14:35  Lesson 5 (PM Registration) 13.55 – 14.00

Movement time

14:00 – 15:00

Lesson 5 (PM Registration)

 

Before School

The school entrance on Mayow Road is open to students from 8.00am. From Monday to Friday, the school library is open from 8.00-8.25am.

Tutor Time

Tutor time is used to explore the pastoral curriculum.

Breaktime

The morning breaktime lasts for 20 minutes and all students are expected to be outside during this time. The snack shacks are open for students to purchase hot or cold food.

Lunchtime

During lunchtime, there is a variety of options for students. We offer a full school meal in the atrium or the opportunity to buy hot or cold food from one of our two snack shacks. (See School Meals.) Students are also welcome to bring a packed lunch that can be consumed either in the atrium or outdoors.

There are a number of activities taking place at lunchtime, ranging from using the library to sports, music and extracurricular clubs. See Enrichment Clubs for more detail.

After School

There are also a number of extracurricular clubs and activities taking place after school as well as the opportunity to attend Homework Club run by the school library.

Travelling to and from School

The majority of Forest Hill students walk to school with a friend or sibling, some are drive, some travel on public transport and others cycle.

Boys wishing to cycle require their parents/carers to request this in writing from their Head of Year, who will refer it to the Headteacher. If the request is granted, the cycle must be in a safe condition and approved helmet must be worn at all times.

Bikes and student safety will be the ultimate responsibility of the parents. Boys must provide a suitable strong lock and leave bikes only in the designated student cycle racks. The school will not accept responsibility for any loss or damage to bicycles.