We seek to involve our parents and carers as partners who work alongside us in supporting their child’s education.
As parents we believe you have a vital role to play in many areas of academy life. It is very important for children to know that parents and teachers are working in partnership. We like to think that we are partners with you in continuing your child’s education and we hope to share with you the lovely things that children do at the academy.
If you have some spare time and would like to offer your help in school, please have a word with your child’s teacher. We are always looking for help with baking, sporting activities, sewing, painting, reading or just someone willing to talk and listen to the children.
Grandparents are equally welcome to play a full part in school life. Their memories are precious and a great learning resource for our children. Their kindness and patience makes every child feel special.
You can continue to help your child at home by listening to them read and signing their reading records. There are thousands of sites on the Internet that you can look at with your child that will also help them to learn.
Previous Ofsted reports can be found here.
Our performance against other local primary schools can be found by clicking here.