You Said... We Did


You Said...

We Did

You wanted more opportunities to come into school and see your child's classroom.



We provided opportunities every half term to come into school to take part in cafe events, collective worship and spend time in class 

Give you opportunities to make appointments with your classteacher every afternoon

You wanted better communication.




We will provide regular newsletters (fortnightly, on a Friday) and update our website


Use our school management system to send text reminders and messages


Use school Facebook page to give reminders or ask questions

All teaching staff outside at the beginning and end of the day

Use the whiteboard outside school to share information


You wanted a parental voice

We advertised for a parent governor


We asked for volunteers for our Ethos Group


We asked for anyone creative to help with displays in school

We asked for volunteers to help hear our children read


You wanted secure, regular staff


We have a full staff - giving clear, consistent messages and information


Each class has a regular class teacher


Each class has their own webpage, and a termly newsletter comes home


Appointments can be made to meet formally with teachers or Senior Leaders through the office

You wanted better morning supervision


Every class teacher and senior leaders are outside in the morning from 8:40am


Staff are spread out to monitor behaviours and games


Difficulties/issues can be reported and dealt with - immediately, where possible


You want more sporting

We offer each year group at least 2 sessions of sport per week


Every day there is a sporting club that children can join in


The school are still employing Marie Reidie, Aspire PE as a specialist


The school received the Silver School Games Mark for 2016-17

The children in Key Stage 2 have had a variety of PE teaching - including Judo, Boxing, rugby and cricket.



We want to be part of the school community

We offer a church service at least every half term where parents and community are invited to be part of


We give opportunities to be part of class learning - with cafe's and collective worship


We will be offering additional activities to parents and families.


We have local community members on our governing body and ethos group

We visit the church at least half termly, and church visitors come into school worship weekly



That school discos should take place on a Friday


The next disco dates are all Fridays or at the end of a term




That you would like more opportunities to look at your children’s work

Invite parents and family to Class Worship on a Monday (rolling rota) and ask that you stay on in class until 10:15 to see how learning takes place and how your child is getting on



That you wanted more ‘competitive’ features


Race to read, team points, attendance and gold awards comparisons



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