General email: email@example.com
To report an absence: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: 01283 247490
8.00 am to 4.30 pm Monday to Friday
Parents are welcomed at the office during these hours, however, if your visit to us is more detailed please bear in mind that we are particularly busy between 8.30 am and 9.00 am and then at 3.00 pm to 3.30 pm.
Pupils who have an appointment
If you child has an appointment during the school day please inform their class teacher and the office. Please allow plenty of time to collect your child, as although messages are sent to class busy children & staff will often forget! Please bring a copy of your appointment with you so that we can take a copy to keep on file.
You will receive a data sheet once per year. Please make sure you check all the details are correct then sign and return to the office. At other times, please email any changes or come to the office to fill in a form. We are sorry but changes over the phone are not accepted.
All letters that have been sent out either by email or on paper are now loaded onto the website under the Parents & Families tab. Please use this useful section if you think you may not have received a letter or need to check some details. Although you are always welcome at the office this may save you a visit.
Changes to end of the day collections
Nursery & Reception
Please write any changes in your child’s Home School Diary. If your change is during the school day, please try to ring before 1.00 pm if you can.
Years 1 to 4
Please email your child’s class teacher to notify them of any changes. If your change is during the school day, please try to ring before 1.00 pm if you can.
Years 5 & 6
Please contact the office to notify us of any changes, trying to ring before 1.00 pm if possible.
Appointments to meet with staff
We ask that you call or email to request an appointment with staff and do not turn up without one, in order to avoid disappointment. All class issues must be discussed with the class teacher before asking for a meeting with Mrs Curtis.
Thank you for your understanding and co-operation