The continued success of our school community is based on a commitment to ensuring the best possible outcomes for all our children. We recognise the importance of working in partnership with parents and carers in order to achieve this, and endeavour to foster positive relationships which are based on trust and mutual respect.
Parents and carers however should not come in to school with the intention of making a complaint or raising a concern without an appointment. Teaching staff, including members of SLT, are timetabled to teach and have a duty of care over the children at these times. It is unreasonable to arrive at school expecting to meet with a member of staff without an appointment. Parents and Carers should contact the school and ask for an appointment. They should give some basic details about the nature of the meeting to allow staff to be properly prepared.
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If you think a child is in danger or is being abused, concerns can be raised by phoning reception and asking to speak to the Head Teacher or a Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL). These concerns can also be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org