Tredegarville C.i.W. Primary School

Caring, sharing, learning together

Useful Information

Tredegarville CW Primary 

School Day Times 

2022 2023


Breakfast Club 

Gates open 8:15am

Gates close 8:30am

Main Gates Open


Parents with children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can come into the playground. Doors will open at 8:55am when children line up and be led into class  by the teacher. Parents/carers must stay with children until 8:55am


Children in Years 3,4,5 & 6 enter via the main gate and walk through to the junior yard- parents do not need to stay with children in these year groups.



School Day starts   8:55am 

Main Gates Close


Children arriving after 8:55am will be recorded at LATE.

Parents/carers must sign a 'late book', giving reason for lateness. 

School Day ends 3:00pm

Main Gates Open


Parents with children in Reception, Year 1 and Year  2 can come into the playground. 

Teachers will dismiss children from the wooden gates outside the classroom. 

Top Gates Open


Parents/ Carers with children in Year 3,4, 5 or 6 can come into the playground. Children will be dismissed from doors that lead onto the playground. 

It is very important that children arrive at school on time and are picked up on time. 


If you are going to be unavoidably late to pick up your child- please phone the school office as soon as possible on 029 20 483 680.


If someone else is going to pick up your child, please phone the school office to let us know the name of this person and to give permission for this. 


Sometimes, older children walk home on their own  - If you wish your child to walk home alone, please let the class teacher know. 


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Support for Children with Speech, Language and Communication Difficulties 


If your child has been receiving extra support for Speech and Language Skills, there is advice in the Speech Link 'PARENT PORTAL' about ways to help their language development at home. 


for lots of speech and language resources, advice and tips for parents helping their children to learn at home



From May 25th 2018 the Data Protection Act was replaced by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Below is our school's Privacy Notice which outlines the data we collect in school and how we use it. Please also read our new Data Protection Policy.