If you arrive late for school you will need to report to the school office to gain access to the school. Pupils and parents/carers are encouraged to make every effort to arrive at school on time and ensure pupils are collected on time as lateness can be very disruptive to the class or child.
If your child is ill and unable to attend school please contact the school on the first day of absence. You can either leave a message on the absence line or you can report the absence using the Pupil Asset app. If your child is absent for any length of time then we request that you update the school every three days.
A letter should be sent in with the child when they return to school to explain their absence. Please note: children who have diarrhoea or sickness should be kept at home for 24hours after the symptoms have ceased before returning to school. If your child is absent for 5 days or more please provide evidence i.e. Doctor's note or sight of medicine/prescription.
If your child is absent due to displaying Covid19 symptoms, or if you have arranged for your child or family member to have a covid19 test, we would re-iterate that you should email this information direct to the email address: email@example.com
This then alerts the Senior Leadership Team who can take any further action that may need to be taken. Your test results should also be emailed to this address.
It is in your child's best interest to attend school for the maximum number of days possible, however, we do recognise that on rare or special occasions you may need to apply to the Headteacher for a leave of absence from the school. Please see the Forms page for more information.
For other reasons for absence e.g. dentist, hospital appointments etc. please inform the school in advance.
Lost property is kept in the school office. At the end of term, unclaimed items are taken to a recycling centre.
If you have any other questions please contact the school office.