Provisional term dates 2022-2023
|Autumn Term 2022|
|Tuesday, 16th – Friday, 19th August||Staff Development Days|
|Monday, 22th – Tuesday, 23th August||New students’ Induction|
|Wednesday, 24th August||Term begins|
|Monday, 17th – Friday, 21st October||Half Term Break|
|Monday, 24th October||Half Term Begins|
|Wednesday, 14th December||End of Term|
|Thursday, 15th December 2022 – Tueday, 3rd January 2023||Christmas Holiday|
|Spring Term 2023|
|Wednesday, 4th January||Term begins|
|Monday, 23rd January – Friday, 27th January||Half Term Break|
|Monday, 30th January||Half Term Begins|
|Friday, 31th March||End of Term|
|Monday, 3rd April – Friday, 14th April||Easter Holiday|
|Summer Term 2023|
|Monday, 17th April||Term begins|
|Thursday, 29th June||End of Term|
- Students in our Playgroup are required to wear the blue Anfield polo-shirt when attending classes and outings.
- As part of the registration package, students in our Playgroup will be given the polo-shirt, a school sunhat and backpack.
- However, you may need to purchase further uniform items because of your laundry schedule. Additional uniform items are available for sale at the Administration Office.
- Playgroup students are also required to bring their sunhat to school every day. This is to protect them when they are playing outside in the sun.
- Jewellery should not be worn to school for health, safety and security reasons. Children with pierced ears should wear small studs or sleepers.
There are no uniform requirements for our Language Centre programmes. Children may attend wearing regular comfortable clothes which allows them to play and move with ease. It is recommended that all students bring a sunhat from home to wear while outside playing in order to protect them from the sun.
ANFIELD KIDDIES CLUB
Childhood is a critical time for growth and development, and snacks provide important nutrients that your child needs between meals. During the school week, this means children should have a nutritious mid-morning and mid-afternoon snack to meet the demands of their growing bodies and brains.
Snack time is built into the classroom routine and is a social time whereby students and staff can interact with each other and practise correct table manners and hygiene routines.
At Anfield Kiddies Club and Language Centre snacks are provided by the school.
During their session, children will have one snack part-way through their scheduled play.Snacks provided are nutritious
e.g. Fruit (cantaloupe melon, watermelon, apple, pear, and raisins)
Carbohydrate (variety of biscuits and crackers)