Where do I drop my child off?

  • Classroom doors open at 8:45 at the rear of the school. Breakfast club is open from 8.00, you enter here through the school’s main entrance. Doors are closed promptly at 9.00 so that the register can be taken and the school day can start. If you are late you must bring your child to the school office where they will be officially signed in and our attendance records can be updated.

When can I speak to my child’s class teacher?

  • We pride ourselves on working closely with our parents. If it is just a quick message the teacher or teaching assistant will be readily available at the start of the day, however if it is something that needs the teachers full attention, privacy and more time then the end of the day is more appropriate. Appointments can be made with teaching staff themselves or more informal meetings can be arranged by waiting until all the children have been safely dismissed.
  • If you have something more serious or urgent to discuss the head of school or a member of SLT can usually be made available.

I don’t do drop offs or pick up – how can I communicate with staff?

  • Each child has a home school diary in which you can write any messages you may have. You can also make a telephone appointment with your class teacher or an appointment to see the head of school or member of SLT at a more convenient time.
  • In the future, there will be opportunities for parents to come into school including look and learn sessions, parents evenings and curriculum workshops.

What do I do if my child loses something?

  • Ensure everything that comes into school is named.
  • Please ensure children don’t bring favourite small toys into school.
  • Report it to the class teacher.
  • We try to teach the children to be responsible and take care of their belongings but unfortunately from time to time things do go missing. We will do our best to try to find missing items but ultimately lost uniform will need to be replaced if we can not find it. Fortunately this is relatively uncommon.

What do I do if my child is ill?

  • School attendance is very important it helps children settle, make strong friendships and most importantly ensure work and learning opportunities aren’t missed. However, we do understand that on occasion children can be too ill to come to school. If your child is ill you must telephone the school office before the close of register and let them know the reason for absence.

By using this website you agree to accept our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions

Nursery funded places available. Book your tour to find out more.