We value all parents’ and carers’ contributions and seek to involve them in all aspects of their child’s learning and development.
We value all parents’ and carers’ contributions and seek to involve them in all aspects of their child’s learning and development. If you have any issues or concerns or indeed just have a question, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the school on 01926 842214 or at email@example.com.
Charging & Remissions
Voluntary Contributions – Contributions to extra curricular activities such as trips and visits are voluntary. However, the school does not have sufficient funds to cover the cost if the voluntary contributions are not paid in full. Therefore if the full amount is not paid the activity may not go ahead.
In cases of financial hardship please speak to the head teacher in confidence.
Please see our charging & remissions policy.
SCHOOLCOMMS GATEWAY PAYMENT SYSTEM
We require payments to be made for items such as music lessons, school trips and other events that happen during school time. Using our secure online payment service allows parents to make payments to school with out having to find cash or write cheques. Our system is called Schoolcomms Gateway, you can access it at any time, track how much you have paid, what is outstanding and make payments directly to us using your debit or credit card.
SCHOOLCOMMS TEXTING SYSTEM
In our continual struggle to become an eco-friendly school we are gradually reducing the enormous amount of pupil post sent home to parents. Therefore we include your e-mail address on our database so we can send out newsletters, trip letters and other important information by email to save on printing and paper costs. With this software we will also be able to let you know by text message to your mobile if there is a problem at school, i.e. school closure or club cancellation.
All e-mail addresses and mobile phone numbers will of course remain confidential and all we ask is that you check your e-mail/mobile on a regular basis and inform us promptly of any changes to either.
We take the safety of our pupils very seriously and this includes their online safety (using the internet).
When online, children can learn lots of new things, research projects and get help with homework, express themselves creatively and talk with friends and family. Unfortunately, there are also risks. By understanding and talking about the dangers, you can try to help keep your child safe online.
Talking to your child openly and regularly is the best way to help keep them safe online. You might find it helpful to start with a family discussion to set boundaries and agree what is appropriate.
Take a look at the links on the right of this page for helpful information.
Privacy & Cookies Policy
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