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Useful Information

If you have any queries or concerns and are unsure of who to approach, please see Mrs Dawn Cooper.

Our SEN Co-ordinator (SENCO) is Mrs J Dudley


Cost of Living Support

Food Banks

Winter Pressures


All children are expected to attend school regularly.  We actively promote 100% attendance for all our pupils.  
In cases of illness, parents are asked to telephone the school on 01902 558866 and speak to a member of the office team or leave a message on the absence line. You can also contact us by emailing  Please remember to give specific details of the illness.
If the absence continues for any length of time, please keep the school updated. A note confirming the reason for absence should be sent in with your child upon their return.
Please note that absence due to sickness or diarrhoea requires your child to be away from school for 48 hours.

For more information and guidelines regarding Leave of Absence during term time PLEASE CLICK HERE

The celebration of achievement lies at the heart of all we do and we believe there are many aspects of a child's development to be celebrated.
We hold weekly 'Merit Assemblies' when parents are warmly invited to attend to see their child receive a certificate for their achievements.
Awards are given to children who have impressed staff through either daily work, attitude to learning or achievement and progress.
You will receive a text if your child has been chosen!

Children from Year 1 to Year 6 will have the opportunity to complete homework in a fun and creative way.
Tasks will include reading, writing, numeracy and topic activities related to what we have been learning in class. Children can only use one double page each time, so they will need to be creative in how they use the page! Envelopes, different kinds of paper, folding and different types of pens can and should be used! If children need resources that they don't have at home, teachers will be happy to help.
We hope children have fun and parents have the opportunity to share in their child's learning.

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