This is a school which is making really good progress and with the support of our parents and the hard work of all the staff, at the end of seven years , we are producing leavers who are happy, self-confident and ready to face the challenges of High School.
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Hopefully you all received the letters if not then here is a brief run down of a few of the changes being put into place.
There will be no football on the playground before the start of school.
If you need to see your child's teacher, please make an appointment with Mrs Risebourough at the main office as I am sure you will appreciate that the class teacher are busy meeting your children at the start of the day. Members of the Senior Leadership Team will be on the playground by 8.40am and will be willing to help
Children will be able to play football at playtimes but ONLY using schools balls.No footballs to
be brought in from home.
At the end of the day children in Nursery and Reception MUST be collected by an authorized adult.
In Year 1, 2, 3 and 4, children MUST be collected by an authorized adult or a
competent person over the age of 14.
Children in Years 5 and 6 may go home unaccompanied, however, written permission from parent
is required by the Head Teacher.
It is important that the school is kept informed about who is collecting children and of any changes.
Parents must be prompt at collecting children at 3pm and Nursery children at 3.10pm
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