We are proud to be a part of Magic Breakfast. This charity helps us ensure 'No Child Goes Hungry' by providing nutritious bagels and cereal for our school. Every morning freshly cooked bagles are available to all children and cereals are provided for our Breakfast Club and our Nurture Group.
'Thank you for the welcoming reception this morning where I was able to see your breakfast in action at Rift House. You have a lovely provision that already feels very embedded within your school routine. The atmosphere is calm and relaxed with a book and bagel as they start the day.'
The main points from our meeting were:
School Partner North East
If anyone would like any more information on this or would like to attend our breakfast club provision please contact the main office.
If so, they will be taking the national curriculum tests (commonly called SATs) in May. The tests are not qualifications and don’t affect your child’s future options in school.
The results are an opportunity to compare pupils nationally to ensure schools are helping pupils to master the basics in English and mathematics, and make progress.
They are also an important tool to help teachers identify pupils who may need additional support, and make sure this is put in place as early as possible.
For more information on these tests please read (SATS)
Administering medicines to children protocol/procedure
Parents must collect medicines from the office in person. Medicines cannot be given to the children to take home. Medicines will not be left in the school during the school holidays.
We are now a cashless school and using ParentPay for all payment items.
If you have not yet signed up please see office staff for information how to and your options in doing so. We can offer various options from online payments to cards for topping up in stores.
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We have started a parents forum so that parent's valuable views and ideas can be shared. The parents forum will support the school in self-evaluation and development planning.
The parents forum will meet once every half term there will also be a whole school parents forum which will meet the week after where information discussed during the working party will be shared. All parents are welcome to attend the parents forum.
Headteacher 'drop-in' sessions every Friday
9:00 - 10:00am
Parent 'Voicebox' in the reception foyer, please add any thoughts or ideas.
(These sessions have been postponed due to Covid19, however your opinions and suggestions are vital. Please phone and request a call back or email - email@example.com)
Your thoughts and ideas are crucial in driving forward school improvement.
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