The staff of Byron Somerset provides outstanding educational opportunities for your children. Together, with the support of the community and parents, we can continue to build on a foundation of success and make Byron Somerset the standard of excellence in the Thames Valley School Board.
Byron Somerset is located in the southwest corner of London and serves 320 JK-Grade eight, highly motivated students from 240 families. School goals focus on exemplary program, safety and communication. An experienced staff work closely with a support staff in a bright, clean facility that serves not only education needs but community based programs. Our wheelchair accessible building provides programs for children and adults ranging from Girl Guides, music, athletics, arts and community meetings.
A childcare facility operates under the direction of the London Children's Connection. A large green space surrounds the school providing opportunity for recreation and leisure activity. Our School Council and Parent Association are very active in providing advice and support for our programs and students.
9:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m., Lunch, then 12:45 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
JK/SK students are to be picked up by an adult or responsible older student.
Office Hours are 8:15 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. Senior students handle office messages during the lunch hour.
Life Threatening Allergies
At Byron Somerset, life-threatening allergies are taken very seriously. We have some students who are severely allergic to peanut butter and some nut products. For some children, severe allergic reactions can be triggered by not only eating foods but also by their touch and smell. We strongly encourage all families not to send these products to school. Our goal is to have a healthy and safe environment for all students.
It is the responsibility of all parents to inform the school in September, if their child has a life-threatening allergy so that individual safety plans can be put in place.
We appreciate and thank all families in the Byron Somerset community for their ongoing support, understanding and sensitivity to this issue throughout the school year.