What do I do if I need to see a teacher?
Staff can be contacted via Seesaw or via email.
Parents may also wish to drop a note into school to which the teacher can respond.
As you will appreciate morning drop off tends to be quite busy so we ask that parents try to avoid requiring the teachers time at this point unless it is urgent (they have to look after the children).
How can parents get involved?
We ask that parent support sign the home school agreement which indicates their support for the school. This includes such aspects as; supporting the schools behaviour policy, punctual collection should your child be ill, ensuring that your child is wearing appropriate, clean clothing for school, ensuring that your child does not bring any items from home into school which are not required and that you support your child in learning e.g. reading at home, practicing times tables and number facts etc.
We also ask that you familiarise yourself with your child’s class page where you can find all the information out about the class teacher and any support staff and information about what they are currently learning.
Helping in school
We welcome parent helpers in school, please contact the school office should you be interested in this.
How do you communicate with parents?
Across school we have Seesaw.
Using this platform, parents can message the teacher and share information about how well pupils are doing in class and at home.
The fortnightly newsletter gives parents information about the school and what we are doing.
Our website provides a wealth of information about the school and what is happening at any given time (It include a calendar which provides dates of key events).
We also use Twitter to provide a window into daily events in the school and to remind of upcoming events.
How will my child be able to contribute their views?
We have a number of ways that children’s views can be heard and listened to.