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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How can I see my child's teacher?

    Parents and carers are very welcome to make an appointment via the school office. Alternatively, every class teacher brings his/her class onto the front playground at the end of the day if you wish to have a word there.

  • When can I see my child's work?

    There are three parents/teacher consultations each year. In addition, school is open every Tuesday after school for your child to show you his/her work. Alternatively, work can always be sent home for you to look through.

  • How can I see the Head or Deputy?

    The Headteacher and Deputy are available to meet with parents and carers by appointment. In addition, the Head is on gate duty every morning and afternoon if parents wish to have a quick word.

  • What are the opening hours of the school office?

    The school office is manned between 8.15 am and 4.15 pm. Messages can be left at other times on the school answer-phone.

  • What if my child needs medicines?

    We have staff who have been trained to administer most medicines. Please make sure that the permission slip with details of the medicine to be given is filled in correctly. The permission slip is available from the school office.

  • What if my child becomes ill or gets hurt at school?

    The school will always contact parents and carers when necessary. Should a child need to be taken to hospital, every effort will be made to contact the parents or carers first. It is very important that you tell us if your telephone number has changed.

  • How can I help my child at home?

    The two most important things you can do at home is to read with your child and talk with your child. Children whose parents and carers read with them and who see their parents themselves read make much better progress. Also, children whose parents really talk and listen to them learn better social skills and have a wider choice of words to use.

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