School Day

A typical school day at St Dominic’s is set out below for Key Stage 2 and Key Stages 3,4 & 5.

Key Stage 2

07.30 Pupils wake, wash or shower, dress, make their bed.
08.15 Breakfast
08.45 Tutor Time & Registration
09.00 Assembly
09.10 Lesson 1
09.45 Lesson 2 (NLC)
10.15 Break
10.30 Guided Reading / Literacy / Numeracy
11.00 Lesson 3
11.35 Lesson 4
12.05 Lunch
13.00 Registration
13.05 Guided Reading and relaxation
13.35 Lesson 5
14.10 Movement Break
14.25 Lesson 6
14.55 Golden Time
15.10 Tutor Time
15.20 School Day finishes
15.30 Homework club and evening activities for boarders and pupils on extended days

 

Key Stages 3, 4 & 5

07.30 Pupils waken, wash or shower, dress, make their bed.
08.15 Breakfast
08.45 Tutor Time & Registration
09.00 Assembly
09.10 Lesson 1
10.00 Lesson 2
10.45 Break
11.00 Lesson 3
11.50 Lesson 4
12.35 Lunch
13.30 Registration
13.35 Lesson 5
14.25 Lesson 6
15.10 Tutor Time
15.20 School Day finishes
15.30 Homework club and activites for boarders and day pupils and students on extended day

 

The school day ends at 2.20pm every Friday for all pupils and students

 

 

The residential special school provides highly effective services that consistently exceed the standards of good. The actions of the school contribute to significantly improved outcomes and positive experiences for children and young people. Ofsted – March 2019

 

 

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