Consulting with Parents
We are very keen to listen to what parents have to say about the school, so that we can continually improve. Please share any concerns or suggestions with any member of staff: the headteacher is usually available at the main school gate in the morning. Otherwise, please send any comments or suggestions either by email or in writing to the school office. You can also contact any governor.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Our annual survey is now live. Please click on the link above to access the survey. Most of the questions are the same as last year, which allows us to compare, and see where things have changed. We are re-starting the survey without requiring you to have a google account: this should make it much easier to complete.
We would like everyone to carry out the survey online as the results are generated automatically.
The deadline is Friday 13th April. Thank you in anticipation: the survey is a really useful way of finding out what parents think about the school, and how you think we could improve.
Another way of registering your views is through Ofsted's 'Parent View' site. The link can be accessed below. The questions used by Ofsted also form the basis for our own annual survey (see above).
We welcome offers of help in school. If you are able to spare some time helping with activities such as cooking, arts and crafts or listening to the children read, then please speak to your child's teacher. We also need parents to assist on school trips and camps. It is a requirement that all adults working with children have a Criminal Records Bureau (DBS) disclosure: This can be arranged through the school office and usually around a week. There is more information in the Parent Helper's Handbook, attached below.