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Parents and Carers



public facing information for parents and carers.

Parents and Carers


Thank you for using our website.If there is something you would expect to find here that we do not currently provide, please email the school office and we will add it as soon as possible:


Please click on the following links for useful information and forms.


Breakfast Club Brochure.pdfBreakfast Club Brochure.pdf




Admissions and Consent form (large print) 2015.pdfAdmissions & Consent form.pdf


Holiday Request Form 2013 (master).pdfHoliday Request Form.pdf


School Uniform Order form 2015.pdfSchool Uniform Order form 2015.pdf


Internet Safety


The more we use the Internet at school and at home, the more important it is that we know our children are safe.Please monitor your children use of the Internet and follow the guidance at and Please click on the link below to find guidance on online Apps such as Whatsapp and Kik.


 TWSCB - Online Safety Briefing 2 -Apps - May 2016.pdfTWSCB - Online Safety Briefing 2 -Apps - May 2016.pdf




Holiday in term time


There is no automatic right to any holiday in term time. They are not authorised unless the circumstances are special or exceptional. Parents should apply to the Headteacher for any request for leave in term time by completing a request form (link above). DFEE guidance states schools should not authorise leave retrospectively.


The Government has renewed appeals to parents not to take their children out of school during term time. The Governors and Headteacher of the school support this and have decided that students will only be given permission to take leave in term time if there are exceptional circumstances. Each application will be considered and the Headteacher will determine the duration of any leave if it is agreed and authorised. However, if the application is not agreed and the absence occurs the dates will be unauthorised. Parents will be notified of any decision in writing. This notification may be hand delivered directly to the parent or posted to the parents home address.


If you request a term-time holiday and it is not authorised, this may lead to a Penalty Fine notice of £60 per parent per child, if paid within 21 days, rising to £120 per parent per child. Non-payment could result in prosecution at a magistrates ' court.




We welcome Parents and Carers to help us in school, especially to listen to pupils reading. We also sometimes need help with school trips. If you would like to help, please call into the main office to enquire. Frustratingly, there is quite a bit of paperwork to complete, plus a DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) check, but don't worry - we will help with all of it.





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