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Communication With Parents

Communication between home and school is vital. At the beginning of each new academic year, a Home School Agreement is prepared which lists the responsibilities of staff, parents and children.  This is signed by each person and includes children being properly dressed in school uniform, completing homework on time etc.

A weekly newsletter is sent by email and urgent information can be sent by text as part of the ParentPay system. Class teachers send a termly letter home outlining the curriculum topics for the half term and any other information needed.

A Home School Book is brought home for parents to complete to confirm that reading and homework tasks are being completed and to inform the teacher of any issues which have arisen.

Parents Evenings

Each Autumn and Spring term there is an opportunity to meet with your child’s class teacher to discuss their progress. A variety of dates and times are on offer to suit parents. If none of these times are suitable as separate appointment can be made.

Open Door Policy

Staff members and the Headteacher are available both before and after school for informal conversations. If you would prefer to talk privately, a specific appointment can be made.

Your support for your child’s education is crucial to their progress.  Please tell us if there is any adjustments we need to make to help you support your child, for example: letters in large font; letters in different languages; wheelchair access; explaining things over the phone; a discussion with a school colleague of the same gender.

 

Parent Testimonials

Parent Comments

 

“My child loves school and talks often of his new friends and teachers. He is raring to go every morning and can't wait to get there.”

 

“My daughter has settled in really well and loves coming to school.”

 

“My child is very happy at school and having a lovely time. He is enjoying all he is doing and having lots of fun with his new friends. He loves telling us about his day and all he has learnt. Thank you so much for looking after him we are very grateful to you.”

 

“I feel my child has settled really well into school. He talks about what he has done in the day and is keen to read and do his sounds.”

 

“My daughter loves school. She looks forward to coming to school every day. She is always the first dressed and she skips all the way to school. She comes home full of beans and tells us what she's been doing, phonics, writing, painting or playing. She is enjoying every aspect of school”

 

“My son has made a successful and seamless transition into school life. Thank you for welcoming him so warmly and nurturing him.”

 

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