Upper School Day

he school day for 7 to 11 year olds at Key Stage 2 is as follows:

Start of School Day When the bell rings at 8.45am children line up in the playground in their class groups in a quiet and orderly fashion. After hanging up their bags and coats and storing their caps they enter class and sit quietly at their desks where they complete "early morning tasks" which typically include silent reading and handwriting practice. The register is then taken and lunch choices recorded.


English The daily English lesson starts at 9am and finishes at 10am. English lessons take place in class groups.


Snack Children have their early morning snack between 10am and 10.10am.


Assembly Our Headmaster Mr Luckham takes Assembly between 10.10am and 10.25am on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thurdays. Choir practice is held every Monday and Friday at this time with Mrs Audus-Norman.


Morning Break Children play outside between 10.25am and 10.40am. If it is raining children stay in their classrooms where a selection of wet play activities are arranged.


Mathematics These lessons are taught between 10.40am and 12pm; pupils are set largely according to ability.


Lunch break Between 12pm and 1pm pupils have lunch in different sittings in between playing outside, weather permitting.


Afternoon Lesson One This takes place between 1pm and 2.15pm. Foundation subjects including History, Geography, RE and Science are all taught in the afternoons.


Afternoon Break 2.15pm to 2.30pm


Celebration Assembly Every Friday at 2.30pm the Headmaster conducts a "Celebration Assembly" during which time pupils' achievements from the past week are celebrated with the whole school.


Afternoon Lesson Two This occurs between 2.30pm and 3.40pm Mondays to Thursdays during which time the Foundation subjects continue to be taught. Games is on Wednesday afternoons; French, Swimming and P.E. are all taught on Thursday afternoons.


End of School Day Parents collect their children from the playground at 3.45pm Mondays to Thursdays and at 3pm on Fridays. It goes without saying that children remember to take their homework home with them which will need to be completed for submission the next day!

Arrival of Chicks

Great excitement at school (Including ALL the grown ups) with the arrival of ten eggs in a..
read more

24th Mar 2019

Maples Eygyptian Assembly Feb 2019

On the Friday before we broke up for half term the Maples Class put on a highly entertaini..
read more

18th Feb 2019

view all news

Contact details

Kingswood School

St. James Place



B90 2BA

Tel: 01217 447 883



Dr. Shahzad Yousuf

Chief Executive

The City of London College

71 Whitechapel High Street


E1 7PL

Tel: 020 7247 2177


Web design:

Triforce Solutions