'The school works very well with parents and carers, who express extremely positive views about how the school responds to their concerns and keeps them informed.' Ofsted May 12
'Parents and carers are unanimous that the school keeps their children safe.' Ofsted May 12
'Parents and carers are unanimous in their satisfaction with the quality of teaching their children receive and inspection findings confirm their view.' Ofsted May 12
A strong parent-school relationship is key to a happy child who succeeds to their very best. We believe regular contact and sharing of information supports a child's success and will make a positive difference to their learning.
Our school has an open door policy and parents are encouraged to contact their child's teacher if there is anything you feel is impacting on your child and their learning. Booking an appointment at the office is the best way to ensure staff are free to spend time with you.
We really do appreciate the discussions that keep us up to date and this allows us to make sure that your child's learning experience is positive and successful.
Parents' evenings take place twice a year and they offer a great opportunity to discuss your child's progress and next steps. We also arrange sharing afternoons for our children to celebrate their study work.
If parents and grandparents would like to become more involved in the life and work of school we would be grateful for any help that can be offered.
The school takes seriously its safeguarding responsibilities and all helpers who work with children are DBS-checked.
Our WDPTA are always keen for support and welcome anyone who would like to become involved.