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Behaviour Policy


We  believe that children make the best progress when home and school work together and expect that you will want to take a full and active part in your child's education. The purpose of our school is to make sure each child receives as good an education as possible so that they have the best possible chances in life. As such, we want to help parents as much as possible to support their child.  We continually strive to make it easy for parents to know what is taught, how it is taught, what your child is learning and how you can support them.  


How we work with parents:
You child's teacher knows your child well and will always help you with any questions. 

You are invited to parents' evenings to discuss progress and targets.

We run workshops to tell you about maths, reading etc.

We send homework, curriculum information and newsletters regularly.

Recently, we introduced online programs that your child can access at home and feedback has been great. For other online suggestions for parents and home learning

We want our school to be as good as we can make it and welcome your feedback. If you have a suggestion, please contact us via the office, email or telephone. 

We try to resolve difficulties quickly and contacting your child's teacher in the first instance often puts things right. However, you may wish to use the complaints Procedure and this is also available as a hard copy from school.

Complaints Procedure.


School Trips

We believe that days out are fun but also a vital part of children's learning. We try to keep costs to a minimum but usually have to ask for a donation towards the cost and we also  use school funds to subsidise trips. These are the result of fund raising by the school and our accounts are available by arrangement through the office.

We promote the  British Values of democracy, law, individual liberty and mutual respect. acceptance and respect for others, grounded in principles of equality,  We welcome all children and their families, including those of any  faith, and those of no faith. 

Attendance is good at 96.5 % in 2015 and 97.06% in 2016.