We really do like to hear from you, your views are very important to us and we will always take them into consideration when looking to develop new initiatives in school.
You can contact us in many ways:
Classroom staff are available before school starts each day (around 8.40 is a good time) -please try to avoid 8.50 as it can be difficult to chat when all of the children are in class.
Alternatively we are all, generally, around at the end of the day. If getting into school is difficult feel free to phone, e-mail or write to us. We will get back to you as soon as possible and try to get a problem resolved or to hear your ideas and share important information.
If you have a serious concern and feel you need to see the Headteacher please feel free to contact the school office. You can also, of course, just try and 'pop in'.
Concerned about an aspect of school?
If you are concerned about an aspect of our school please feel free to come and talk to us about it. We are interested in your thoughts - particularly if you have a concern.
We also have regular questionnaires and forums. You can also, simply, come into school and discuss these concerns. If you are unable to get into school feel free to phone, write or e-mail your concerns to us.
Concerned about a child at our school?
If you are concerned about a child at our school please contact us. You can talk to any member of staff.
Mr Colvin (Deputy Headteacher) is the designated lead for Safeguarding and Child Protection, along with Miss Aggus, Mrs Jodie Burton and Ms Shrestha who are also trained to fulfill this role. You can also make an anonymous referral by ringing school or Social Care directly. Our Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy and Anti-bullying Policy are available in the Parent’s section under Policies.
We also have our own Family Support Worker, Jodie Burton, who is based in school full time. In addition, Attendance Officers Melanie Jago and Lauren Bradshaw are happy to help should you have issues getting your child to school.