Reading Books/ Homework
Each child in school will take home a reading book to enjoy with an adult. In addition, homework will be sent home on set nights. All children need a bag for their school books. Large school book bags are available for £10 from the school office.
Health And Safety
Sight, hearing and other routine childhood health inspections are carried out by school nurses.
We require at least one emergency number when your child starts school. This is in case your child is ill or has an accident and we need to contact you urgently.
Children are not allowed to bring sweets, chocolate, crisps or fizzy drinks to school to eat at break times, as we are a healthy school and work hard to promote healthy choices.
Some children travel to school on scooters. We ask that scooters and bikes are not ridden on the school grounds so that we are all safe.
Dogs are not allowed on the school grounds or in the school building, unless they are registered for a particular reason (e.g. guide dogs)..
Charges for Materials
Parents may be charged or asked to provide materials for Design Technology, baking etc, if they wish to own the finished article. Parents will, however, be asked in advance.
If you are concerned or have any complaint about the school curriculum or any other related matter please express your concern to the class teacher initially or the Headteacher (Neil Winn) / Deputy (Ben Farrar) if this is more appropriate. If the complaint cannot be resolved informally, then a formal complaint in writing should be forwarded to the Chair of the Governing Body. Please follow the 'Complaint Policy / procedure' on the 'Policy' page.
The Governing Body
The Board of Governors is composed of local people who have an interest in education and are willing to devote their time, enthusiasm and skills to governing the school.
Chair of Governors - Mrs Julie Davis. A full list of Governors is available on the Governor page of this website and on request from the School office.
We are part of Leeds Local Authority.