RNLI Water Safety
Please find links below with information about staying safe in the water:
We currently have four classes:
Our classes are arranged depending on the number of children in individual year groups. If you have any queries about your child please approach your child’s class teacher as a first point of call.
We are a shellfish free school.
School starts at 9.00am and ends at 3.30pm. Pupils may be dropped off at school from 8.15am onwards where there is free provision for them to play with their friends until the school day starts.
It is a legal requirement that parents and carers ensure that their child attends school; every minute of every day is important. We really appreciate your co-operation in this.
We cook delicious, locally sourced meals for our children. We can cater for all dietary needs.
All children in EYFS and key stage 1 are entitled to universal free school meals. Free school meals are then means tested in key stage 2. If you are paying for your child’s school dinner we ask that you pay in advance please.
The government also run the School Fruit and Vegetable Scheme which provides daily fruit for our children in EYFS and key stage 1. If you would like to send a healthy playtime snack in to school with your child if they are in key stage 2, you are more than welcome to.
Pupil Progress Meetings
We always have an open door and are happy to discuss anything about your child with you on a day-to-day basis. In addition, pupil progress meetings are offered formally twice a year.
Parents, Friends and Teachers Association
If you would like to get involved with our PFTA, please contact the school office.
Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school.
If there is any additional information that you would like please contact us on 01271 342977 or email@example.com.
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