Electronic payments for school meals, trips, swimming etc can be made via SchoolMoney

Important Notice: The Data Protection Act 1998

We process personal data about our pupils and are a “data controller” in respect of this for the purposes of the Data Protection Act 1998. Please click on the links below for full information about this Act, data held and what it is used for.

Links Between School and Home

Keeping in touch is easy! Each week on a Thursday a newsletter is distributed to every family.  This gives details of what has happened in school and what will be happening in the near future.  The weekly newsletter is also sent home via e-mail.

The school also sends out text message alerts and reminders.

Church Assemblies take place regularly at 2.45 pm on a Friday afternoon.  Parents and friends of the school are encouraged to attend these assemblies.

Parent consultation evenings take place once or twice a year.  This is an opportunity for parents to have a 10 minute appointment with the class teacher to discuss your child’s work and progress.   Class teachers and the headteacher are available to speak to parents at other times by prior appointment only.   Appointments can be made by contacting the school office.

Helping out in school is a good way of becoming familiar with it day-to-day running and its atmosphere.  It is also very much appreciated!  If you can spare a little time on a regular basis to help with reading, art, craft, cookery or any other area, please speak to your child’s class teacher.

On occasion, the school will ask parents to volunteer their time to form a “working party”.  This will be a day set aside (most likely during the weekend) when much needed tasks around the school can be undertaken.
The Home/School Agreement sets out our expectations and how you can play a part in helping to achieve these.    A copy of this can be obtained from the school office on request.