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What do I do if my child is ill?

We recognise that children may be ill at some point and therefore some absence is unavoidable.  Some of our pupils have significant medical conditions which may affect attendance. However, it is important to remember that absence does impact on learning.

In all cases of absence please:

  • Only keep your child away from school if really necessary – we can contact you if we think they are ill whilst in school.
  • Telephone school on the first day of absence.  Please ring 01745 350388 as soon as possible from 8:20 am.
  • Keep school informed if more than one day’s absence is necessary. We do not accept messages from transport staff, you must ring school.
  • Avoid medical / dental appointments in school time, but if absolutely necessary, please bring your child to school for the remainder of the day. 

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What are the term dates for the school year?

Our term dates can be found here

Term Dates

Alternatively you may like to download a copy of our term dates direct to your phone's calendar from our Calendar.

You can do this by selecting the 'Term Dates' category and selecting 'Subscribe to selected category'.

What do I do if I want to speak to my child's teacher?

All enquiries to speak to your class teacher should be made through the school office. 

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