These are the most common forms that parents/carers request. Click on the link:
Please complete the form here. We can only give medication in school within the instructions detailed in the form.
Please contact us by 08:50 if your child is unwell and going to be absent from school. A message can be left on the school absence line 020 8546 8210 or an email sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and should include your child’s full name, class and reason for absence.
For further information please see the NHS Guidance for different illnesses and when to keep your child home from school.
Every effort should be made to arrange medical appointments outside school hours to minimise the impact on your child’s education. If a medical appointment falls within the school day your child will be expected to attend school before and after the appointment.
Absence for a medical appointment can be authorised if evidence of the appointment is emailed to email@example.com or is brought to the school office before the date of the appointment so that we can inform teachers of the arrangements. We will need to take a photocopy of your appointment card or letter. Evidence should be:
The original or a clear copy/photograph of an appointment card, letter, email, text confirming the details of the appointment. It should include the child’s full name, appointment date, time, and location.
All children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are entitled to free school meals. If you are in receipt of benefits, your older children may be entitled, too. For further details, and to complete the application form, click here.
Please complete an Exceptional Leave request form here. This request is reviewed by the Headteacher. Absences are only authorised if the request is an emergency. Requests for holiday leave will not be authorised.
Thank you, we love having volunteers. Please complete the Volunteer Readers form here, or the form to volunteer to accompany school trips here. All volunteers will need to complete a DBS check in advance.
Please contact your child’s class teacher first. They will make the Headteacher and/or the Senior Leadership Team aware of the situation. If you do not feel that this has resolved the situation please arrange to meet with the Headteacher. A copy of our school Complaints Policy is available from the school office.
All parents/carers are invited to attend their child's class assembly. These are on Wednesdays at 9am in the hall. The dates are listed in the Class Assemblies page.
Please share any ideas or suggestions with your child’s class teacher, the office or the Headteacher. Also, please come along to our termly Parent/Carer forum. You can add items to the agenda and join in with discussions.
Please read with your child every night and help them to learn to read and spell their phase words. Please support your child to complete their homework each week. Please speak to your child’s class teacher for more ideas or look on the PCSA website.
As a parent/carer you are already a member of the PCSA. If you would like to attend their regular meetings or help out with events please look out for the purple letters in your child’s book bag.
It is important that your contact information is kept up-to-date. Please let the office know as soon as possible if any of your details change such as your phone number, address, email details or doctor’s details.
Please contact the school office on 020 8546 8210 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request and we will arrange it for you.
Children in Year 5 and Year 6 may be dismissed to walk home alone once we have received consent from parents/carers. Please click here to complete the Google consent form.
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