Parent Information

Welcome to our parents

All parents and carers are encouraged and welcome into school. All staff are pleased to share their thoughts and feelings about the way the children are developing. The school encourages parents to take part in everyday school life wherever possible as this support and involvement enhances the learning process.

We keep parents informed on a regular basis through dojo messaging, parent engage, social media and daily end of the day on the classroom door.

We inform you about how well your child is doing at school through a 3 termly reports. Also, we have alternate parent evenings where it is the opportunity to discuss your child’s progress and future targets.  Parents of children with particular learning needs will be offered opportunities to discuss the child’s Individual Education Plan. 

Home-School Agreement

We provide all parents with a copy of the Home-School Agreement, and we hope they will endorse its contents by signing a copy and returning it to school. This also reflects our school values.


Our approach to homework is based upon a positive partnership between home and school enabling the child to make links between learning at home and at school.

This is designed to allow the children's curiosity, into learning, thrive. It offers a range of activities linked to the curriculum and allow the children to build their understanding and skills in a range of areas, including: art, writing, reading, British values, music, maths, multiplication tables, PSHE, SMSC.

The tasks are linked to learning in school to both consolidate and extend the children’s learning, while there are some additional activities which should build increasing interest.

The children have the chance to share their learning on Twitter and the school will retweet and comment upon each piece shared.

Where posters or pieces of art are created, these will be displayed around school.

Each week, every year group will have a range of Basic Skills to complete for their homework, including multiplication tables, spellings and handwriting. 

The tasks are linked to key skills taught in school, the handwriting scheme being developed and the spellings for each phase. 


The children have the chance to share their learning on Twitter and the school will retweet and comment upon each piece shared.

Reading at Home

We encourage parents of children across all ages of the school to read regularly with their child, this should be recorded in their reading records and returned to school.

For more help on reading with your child, please visit:


Important information

Our previous Ofsted reports can be found here.

Our performance against other local primary schools can be found by clicking here.

2017/2018 Progress

2016/2017 Progress

Contact Details and Medical information

Help us to help you, PLEASE keep your contact details and medical information (including Doctors name/surgery) up to date by contacting the school office.

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