A proud member of the Diocese of Sheffield Academies Trust (DSAT)


Andover Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S3 9EF

0114 2760 472

School Information

The School Day - Start & Finish times


Foundation Stage 1

For Foundation 1 (Nursery) children school begins at 08:30

The morning session ends at 11:30.

The afternoon session begins at 12:15 and finishes at 15:15.


Foundation 2, Key Stages 1 and 2

In the rest of the school the doors open at 08:45 and children should be in class by 08:55.

For Foundation 2, Year 1 and 2 children (KS1) school finishes at 3.10pm.

For Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 children (KS2) school finishes at 3.20pm


Breakfast Social Club

Breakfast club is open from 8am. Children are welcome to attend but must be booked in via the school office. A booking form can be found in your parent pack, from the school office or by downloading it here. Breakfast is free and can be ordered up until 8.35am. For more information see the leaflet in the parents pack.

Please note that due to COVID-19 restrictions we are no longer able to welcome parents and non-Pye Bank pupils to Breakfast Club.

Please click on the link below for more information regarding safeguarding:

Safeguarding Information


Collective Worship and Assemblies


Assemblies / Act of Worship

Each day there is an act of worship or assembly. Each day differs in style and content. 

Please note that in light of the DfE Guidance for schools returning following the closures due to COVID19 collective worship will take place in the classroom and be recorded virtually (or live via Zoom)



A whole school assembly, usually led by the Executive Headteacher or Head of School. There will be a story or presentation and prayers based around the School Values.


A Class Based Assembly, led by Class Teachers. There may be a story or presentation based on news and events from the community or further afield.


A class based gathering led by class teachers at which the children will sing together.



A Phase Group (two year groups) Assembly, led by Phase Leaders. There   may be a story or presentation based on news and events from the community or   further afield.


A celebration of Achievement for each Key Stage. A small number of children from each class who have worked particularly well show their work to everyone else and are presented with a gold award.

Our assemblies are open to all children and we encourage all families to allow their children to join in each day. Parents do have the right to ask that their children be withdrawn from some assemblies. In such rare cases we do ask the parents to come into school and talk through any concerns with the Executive Headteacher.

Parents are welcome to attend any of our assemblies without notice!

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