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Class Attendance Awards

Week: 27th June - 1st July 2016

 The classes with the highest attendance are...

EYFS/KS1: 1JB - 99.3% 
KS2: 4HT/4CM - 100% 

Classes with 96% attendance and above:

1CW, 1HC, 2NS, 2VJ, 3CB, 4BJ and 5GP

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Information regarding a late change to classteachers in Years 5 & 6 - please click here

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The School Day

Automated Gate Times:

KS2 Playground & Maidenhall Approach:
8.28am to 8.40am (after 8.40 entry is via main school office)
2.55pm to 3.25pm

KS1 Playground for Breakfast Club ONLY7.45am to 8.15pm

Please do not push or lean against the automated gates to avoid damage or injury.

Note - The car park barrier will now come down at 8.05am and will need to be managed by the office for any late breakfast clubbers.

Children will exit the school into the KS2 playground at the end of the day too.

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Safeguarding and Prevent

If you have concerns about the content of this or any other website; please follow the below link to report to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP)
The school’s Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) is Mrs Claire Mitchell (Assistant Headteacher - SEN and Inclusion). 

Mrs Jane Hembling (Family Support Worker), Mrs Kelly Leitch (Learning Mentor) and Mr Lee Abbott (Headteacher) are the school's Alternate Designated Professionals for Safeguarding Children. 

If you have any concerns about a child’s safety, please contact one of these adults via the school office

Educate Against Hate

The DfE has launched a new website which parents and teachers can access to help protect children from radical views. www.educateagainsthate.com offers parents, teachers and school leaders practical advice to protect children from the dangers of extremism, drawing on resources and guidance designed by the government and charities such as the NSPCC and Childnet.

You can find more information relating to Safeguarding and Prevent in our Policies section of this website.

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