Key message

Communication between staff, with parents, governors, local authority, support agencies etc is of paramount importance for the school if we are to do all we can to get the best for our pupils and out of our pupils. Everyone’s contribution is valued and the policy of the school is to operate an ‘open communication, open door‘ policy as much as possible.

Pupil Progress and Parents

We follow a policy of continuous assessment for all children monitoring their progress, diagnosing difficulties and developing their successes. Parents and carers are formally invited into school during the Autumn and Spring terms for Consultation Evenings.

Before the end of the Summer term a full Written Report is sent home about each pupil. This includes a character development report, as well as National Curriculum assessment results for those pupils in Year Two and Year Six.

Pupil Progress and Pupils

Personal targets are developed for all pupils, shared with them and monitored closely by teachers and leadership. Pupils themselves take part in a mid-year self-assessment, which further informs the staff, school and parents re. the pupils.


Staff communicate via email, phone and meet regularly including:

  • Monday staff meeting
  • Early morning briefings three times a week
  • Key Stage meetings
  • TA meetings
  • SLT meetings
  • Child Protection Team meetings
  • Pupil progress meetings
  • IEP meetings
  • INSETs


There are various means for communicating with parents, all employed at different times:

  • Weekly newsletters   (click here to go to the Newsletters)
  • Formal reports
  • General letters
  • Teachers2Parents text and email
  • Phone
  • E-mail
  • Meetings in school
  • Open classroom days
  • ‘Coffee and Cream Cakes with Headteacher and Menahel’ (termly)
  • Parent workshops
  • Curriculum evening
  • Parent evenings