A full staffing structure of the school is available on the school website and within the school prospectus.
Key staff such as the Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator and Deputy Head Teacher are made known to parents/carers.
Parents and carers are welcome in school. Appointments are made for specific meetings, however should a parent arrive to see someone unannounced we will do our best to ensure someone is available to respond to the query. Parents are made aware that the Headteacher offers a 'drop-in' session every Thursday morning.
Communication between staff and parents / carers can be arranged as required.
For information about pupil progress parents are invited to parents evening twice a year. Specific information can be gathered from the Head Teacher on an individual basis.
School seeks parents/carers views and feedback anecdotally, via specific communication, annual questionnaires and sign post to the Ofsted parent view website.
All September admissions will have a transition visit in the Summer Term to become familiar with staff, other peers and their school environment. Those joining mid year are offered the opportunity for transition visits if appropriate.
We hold meetings for new parents in the Early Years Foundation Stage in June/July followed by 'tadpole' induction afternoons (which include a stay and play session for parents). In September, parents get an additional opportunity to meet one to one with the class teacher. Children have a staggered start to the term over a two week period.
There is a Parents and Friend Association and families are encouraged to actively support and participate.
The Head Teacher welcomes feedback about the school on any issue.
School has a weekly newsletter (sent via email or a hard copy if requested) to keep parents informed and regular updates are on the school website.