Aiming High in Faith, Love and Learning
Laura Hall / Sally Phipps
For all general enquiries the first port of call is, of course, the school office. Staff in the office should be able to answer queries about the day to day running of the school as well as about any activities taking place. Any concern you may have relating to your child’s welfare or educational progress should, in the first instance, be addressed to the relevant class teacher, who will know your child best.
As you probably already know, teaching staff are generally available to address any immediate day to day issues with parents after school. Please be aware, however, that on Tuesdays there are regular staff meetings at the end of the school day, and these require the attendance of all teachers. Where an issue requires a confidential consultation or is likely to require a longer discussion, it is always best to make an appointment in advance with the particular teacher through the school office.
If, following a meeting with the class teacher, you wish to discuss any issue further, an appointment should be made with the relevant key stage leader or special needs coordinator, as below:
Early years/Foundation Stage and Key Stage1 Leader: Mrs Croft
Key Stage 2: Mrs Whitmore
Special Needs Co-ordinator: Mrs Sinclair (Mondays - Thursdays)
Our school is a voluntary aided school affiliated to the Church of England, and it enjoys strong links with Christ Church. We hope all children who come here will be happy and successful, and look forward to working with you in a constructive and mutually respectful partnership to support your children's learning.