Senior useful-information

Value and convenience

We recognise that parents often have demanding and unpredictable work schedules. With this in mind we make sure they can access flexible childcare and support without incurring excessive extra costs. Our termly fees for senior pupils are inclusive of care received between 8.20am and 6.30pm. For day pupils, on the majority of days, we offer activities, prep and an evening meal at no extra cost.

After school activities are usually between 3.40pm and 4.45pm.

A three course lunch with choices of hot and cold food is available every day. Hot chocolate and snacks are on offer at morning and afternoon breaks.

We have a uniform fitting service on site – read more.

Bus services

We currently operate a number of minibus services covering Bristol, Burnham, Uphill, Wedmore, Worle, Portishead and Clevedon and the Chew Valley. On arrival at the school Junior School age children are escorted into the building by our fully trained bus drivers.

Every weekday two school buses run a return service from Bristol to Sidcot. We also run a return service from Portishead and Clevedon. These buses depart Sidcot School at 4pm on Monday and Friday, 5pm on Tuesday and 6.30pm on Wednesday and Thursday. Five bus services run weekday mornings from Burnham, Uphill, Wedmore, Worle and the Chew Valley. Junior School children can use the bus if they are in KS2 or have a sibling in KS2 that they can travel with.

Bus routes available:

Route 1 – Bristol to Sidcot return service
Route 2 – Bristol to Sidcot return service
Route 3 – Burnham to Sidcot
Route 4 – Uphill to Sidcot
Route 5 – Wedmore to Sidcot
Route 6 – Worle to Sidcot
Route 7 – Chew Valley to Sidcot
Route 8 – Portishead, Clevedon & Weston return service

N.B. It is vital that you check there are places available on your desired school bus route. To enquire, please email schoolbus@sidcot.org.uk 

Senior School day timetable

We’ve designed our Junior and Senior school timetables to co-ordinate with each other. This allows sharing of facilities and enables teachers to work across the schools.  It also provides students of different ages more opportunities to work together.

Both timetables have a clear space on Wednesday afternoons to minimise the amount of teaching time lost to students taking part in sports fixtures and other school commitments.  It also provides space in the timetable for whole-school programmes such as House activities.

Independent day and boarding school for boys and girls aged 3 - 18 in Somerset

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