Headteacher: Mrs K Peters (Designated Safeguarding Lead)
Head of School: Mrs L Wright
Family Support Worker: Mrs A Findler
SENCo: Mrs S Mills
School Business Manager: Mrs E Searl
If you would like to arrange a visit to the school or have any queries, please contact Mrs Karen Peters (Headteacher)
Telephone 01782 234440
Our Chair of Governors is Mrs Sheela Dutton who can be contacted via email@example.com email.
If you have any queries relating to Special Educational Needs (SEN), you can contact Mrs Mills on 01782 234440 or email the SENCo directly via firstname.lastname@example.org
Please do not use email to advise us if your child is unwell and cannot attend, please advise us by telephone or personal visit.
If you would like any copies of the information on the website, please contact the school office who can provide this for you free of charge.
As a school we try very hard to live in harmony with our neighbours, please respect how busy the adjacent streets can become during drop off and pick up times. Please pay attention to the parking restrictions around the school and always think safety first.
Everyday from 7.30 am for breakfast club.
School Day Starts
Children enter the school via the playground doors, which are open from 8.50am (children enter school and go to class to be met by their teacher, have time to read or complete next steps in learning). The doors will remain open until 9.10am.
The playground is supervised by adults from 8.50am, children should not be on the playground without a parent or carer before this time.
Registration closes at 9.10am. If a child arrives after this time then they should sign in the late book at the main school office.
If a child needs to leave school for a specific reason during the day, parents or carers should report to the school office to collect their child and ensure they sign out of the building.
Any child arriving after 9.10am will enter school via the office reception and will remain as (L) Late on the register. Late arrivals after 9.30am will be recorded as ‘late after close of register’ and is recorded as an unauthorised absence and late for session.
Children that arrive late for school due to medical appointments will remain marked as absent. Medical marks will be recorded as an M when the absences are administered by the Admin Assistant. Medical appointment cards and/ or letters must be shared with the school office.
Afternoon registration will be taken after lunchtime.
End of the School Day
School closes at 3:10pm. We request that only children in Year 6, with parent/ carer permission, should walk home alone.
After School Extra Curricular Activities
Everyday from 3.10pm to 4.00pm (free for everyone) See Clubs page for further information.
After School Care Club
Everyday until 6pm. See School Clubs area for further information
What is Pupil Premium?
The Government believes that the Pupil Premium, which is additional to main school funding, is the best way to address the current underlying inequalities between children eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their peers by ensuring that funding to tackle disadvantage reaches the pupils who need it most.
The Pupil Premium was introduced in April 2011 and is allocated to schools to work with pupils who have been registered for free school meals at any point in the last six years (known as ‘Ever 6 FSM’).
In school, we teach your children to be SMART:
Keep SAFE – be careful not to give out personal information
Don’t MEET – don’t meet up with people who you have only met online
ACCEPTING – Accepting messages from people you don’t know or don’t trust can lead to problems.
RELIABLE – Is the information you are viewing true?
TELL – If you feel unsafe or are worried about what you see or hear, you must tell a trusted adult.
M-F: 8.50 am – 3.10pm
Headteacher:- Mrs K Peters
Head of School:- Mrs L Wright
School Business Manager - Mrs E Searl
SENCo - Mrs S Mills
No child too hungry to learn
Magic Breakfast is a registered charity working towards the aim of ensuring that no child is too hungry to learn. Magic Breakfast currently works with 440 schools to provide food for 22,000 children across the country.
To find out more visit www.magicbreakfast.com
The good people at Magic Breakfast tell us that research has shown that children who eat a healthy breakfast are more ready to learn and are able to concentrate better during the morning, just as a healthy lunch improves their concentration in the afternoon.
Online payments to school with ParentPay!
We will now be using a secure service called ParentPay, where we will be working towards no longer accepting cash and cheque payments, making the school a cash-free environment. Parents who need to continue making payments by cash may do so using the Pay Point network at local convenience stores.
There are lots of ways that you can help your child at home: do make sure, for example, that you read frequently with your child, and support them with the current learning that’s taking place in school. Below, you can find a description of National Curriculum levels and some practical ideas to help you support your child.
Extra – Curricular Clubs
Please find below our list of School clubs running this Spring
It also has a reply slip for you to download so you can return this to the school, with your child’s preference of club
Please click here to download a copy of the After School club letter which includes the link to the booking form.
Breakfast & After School Club
After school service
The After school club is open daily from 3.00pm to
6.00pm (term time only)
We Collect From Jackfield School.
Our School lunches are provided by City Catering. We believe that food plays an important part in the school day. By providing pupils with a healthy, nutritionally balanced meal we help to support their learning and development during the day. Please click the links below for our 3 week Interim Menu.
The dedicated team, some of whol are based in school, work hard to ensure that they deliver a range of meals each school day, which will be enjoyed by your child.
Eating in company helps to develop social skills so we aim to give all pupils the opportunity to have a school meal. For those with special medical dietary requirements the menu can be adapted to suit individual needs.