Maritime Academy Trust

Maritime is a charitable education trust with schools across London and the South East.

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Please see below the start and finishing times for each year group across both the Infant and Junior sites.

Nursery (Infant Site)

The Nursery entrance is located on Sturdee Avenue.

Full-time Nursery

Drop-off from 8:40am to 8.50am
Collection at 3:20pm

Part-time Nursery

Morning Drop-off from 8:40am to 8:50am
Morning Collection at 11:40am

Afternoon Drop-off from 12.20pm to 3.20pm
Afternoon Collection at 3:20pm

Infant Site (Reception-Year 2)

The gates are situated on Sturdee Avenue and Beaconsfield Road.

Gates open at 8:40am (Gate closes at 08:50am)

Registration            8:50am

Lessons start          9:000am

Collect                    3:10pm

Junior Site (Years 3-6)

Gates open at 8:40am (closes at 8:50am)

Years 5 and 6 to use the gate located next to the Junior main reception. 

Years 3 and 4 to use the gate located by the bus stop on Sturdee Avenue

Registration            8:50am

Lessons start:          9:00am

Collection from the KS2 Playgrounds at 3:20pm

Years 5 and 6 to be collected from the ‘back playground’ entrance on Sturdee Avenue.

Years 3 and 4 to be collected from the ‘front playground’ entrance on Sturdee Avenue next to the bus stop.

'Soft Start' to the Day

Both sites operate a 'soft start' for all children. Once the gates have been opened the children are expected to go straight into class. Upon entering the class there will be an activity for the children to do until registration.


Please be on time to collect your child at the end of the school day. Young children can get very distressed and anxious if you are not there on time to meet them. Children from Nursery to Year 4 should be brought to school and collected by a specified person from your child’s contact list. 

For children in Year 5 and Year 6 the school gives the option to travel to and from school on their own. If you wish for your child to go home alone please speak to the school office. Please note, Year 5 and Year 6 who do travel on their own are expected to behave in the manner in which they would in school. As the children are wearing our school uniform they are not only representing themselves but also the school. Should any child choose to behave inappropriately or unsafely the school has the right to take away this privilege.