Parental Views

Recent Questionnaires:

Expressing Your Views

Your views are very important and comments are always greatly appreciated. There are a number of ways to express your views:

If you have a comment or concern about your child:

  1. Speak to Mrs. Molyneux on the KS2 door or support staff on the EYFS/KS1 doors at the beginning of the school day.
  2. Speak to your child’s class teacher at the end of the school day.
  3. Phone the school office to request a call back.
  4. Speak to your child’s phase leader: Mr. Garside for Upper KS2 (Y5/Y6), Mrs. Haynes for Lower KS2 (Y3/Y4) and Mrs. Evans for EYFS (Nursery/R) and KS1 (Y1/Y2).
  5. Ask to see Mr. Garside (Deputy Headteacher).
  6. Ask to see Mrs. Grundy (Headteacher).
  7. Talk to your child’s class teacher at Parents’ Evening (held 3 times a year).
  8. Complete a parent questionnaire (distributed periodically).

Ofsted Parent View

As a parent, you can give feedback via Parent View about our school here.

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