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Pupil planners are issued to all pupils free of charge, however replacement planners will be charged for. They should be brought to school every day and they will be checked by a member of staff. 

Planners are vital to develop children’s organisational skills and will help prepare them for their next phase of education. They are also a key source of home-school communication and any messages written in them from parents, will be responded to.

Pupil planner expectations:

  • That pupils are reading at least three times a week at home. If this is not the case, these pupils will be given extra time in school to ensure they do read at least three times over the week. Teachers will contact parents and find out how we can support them parents in doing so.
  • All spelling, times tables and mental maths test results will be recorded in the planner on a weekly basis. FS2 have a sight word (then spelling book) which they work through.
  • Teachers should inform parents of their child’s spelling / times tables results each week.



All pupils must wear the appropriate school uniform. ACET firmly believe that a smart dress code reinforces high standards of behaviour and respect.  This is a school policy, endorsed by the Governing Body.  Springwood Junior Academy uniform consists of the following items;


  •       Black blazer with the embroidered 'Springwood’ logo and gold braid
  •       (please be aware there is a difference between the blazers for boys and girls;
  •        boys’ blazers have a black lining whereas the girls’ blazers have a gold lining).


  •       White shirt/blouse – long or short sleeved
  •       Black and gold striped tie (elasticated)
  •       Mid-grey smart v-neck jumper
  •       Mid-grey tailored trousers (girls and boys)
  •       Mid-grey pinafore dress
  •       Mid-grey tailored shorts (girls and boys during the summer term only)
  •       Yellow gingham dress (summer term only)
  •       White socks for girls; mid-grey socks for boys
  •       Smart black shoes (not trainers)
  •       Hair accessories must be black and/or gold in colour


Any child not wearing the appropriate school uniform will be identified by the class teacher and will be given the necessary items to wear for the duration of the school day. Such items of clothing will then need to be returned, by the child, to the school reception before the child leaves to go home.


We do not ask pupils to change their footwear every day but if the weather is extreme – thick snow or torrential rain – we ask them to bring a change of shoes. 


Each of these items can be purchased individually or as a subsidised bundle for £25 which contains:

  • Blazer
  • Jumper
  • Rugby Top
  • Tie

In each case, an order form should be completed and either sent via email, post or delivered by hand. 


School Results and Performance Information

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Breakfast club


School playground opens and pupils permitted to access this area.


Start of the school day

8.45am - 8.50am




Lessons 1 and 2


Morning Break


Lessons 3 and 4

12 noon



Afternoon Lessons

2pm - 2:10pm

Afternoon Break


End of school day - After school clubs start


End of After school clubs