Some Information you may find helpful

The School and Home Partnership

So that each child reaches his or her full potential, it is essential that school and home work together. It is for this reason that we welcome parents to write, telephone us or make an appointment to see us so that we are aware of any problems which the child may be experiencing.

Homework is an important way for children to collaborate with adults at home in order to develop their learning. It also enables parents to gain a deeper understanding of what their child can do and where they need support. Expectations and homework tasks will be shared by individual class teachers.

Absence from School

An early notification of a child’s absence is greatly appreciated, and we request that parents let the office know of any absence and the reasons by 9.30 am, either by telephone, email or letter.  Our attendance record is exemplary and all absences, unless absolutely necessary, are discouraged, as children should feel that attending school has first priority. 

Attendance rates are formally recorded in school, regularly reported to the Governing Board, and submitted to the local authority and Department for Education. Where persistent and unauthorised absence becomes a concern, parents will be formally contacted by letter and a referral may be made.

School Policies

All relevant policies and procedure can be found on this website. These are regularly reviewed by the Head of School and Governing Board.

Summary of School Improvement Plan Priorities – 2023 to 2024

Parent Agreement to Administer Medicine in School

New Entrants Information Sheet

Should you have any safeguarding concerns, please email

If you have any urgent concerns with regard to safeguarding and you are unable to make contact by email, please call KCC below:

During the day and in office hours

Concerned about an adult?

Call 03000 41 61 61 (text relay 18001 03000 41 61 61) or email

Concerned about a child?

Call 03000 41 11 11 (text relay 18001 03000 41 11 11) or email

Out of hours and in an emergency

If you need to contact us outside of normal office hours, for example during the night, call 03000 41 91 91.

If you think someone is in immediate danger, the best thing to do is call 999 for the emergency services.


Online Safety

Keeping Children Safe NSPCC

I think my child is being bullied

Free School Meals – How to apply

Government Website

Department for Education Website

Kent County Council Education Website

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