Virtual Office including term dates

Dear Parents, This page is where you will find information about all aspects of the day to day running of our school. The 'Parents' page also has a resource box which signposts you to various policies and other useful documents that you may wish to read.

Thank you. Mrs Marsh (Office Manager) and Mrs Pennington  (Clerical Assistant)


For details about the school day; uniform; school meals; timetables; homework and lots of practical information , please click on the 'Prospectus' link below.


Term Dates 2021 - 2022


  Opens on: Closes on:
Autumn Term 21             Monday 6 September                         Friday 22 October
Autumn Term 21                  Monday 1 November Wednesday 22 December             
Spring Term 22 Thursday 6 January Friday 11 February
Spring Term 22 Monday 21 February Friday 1 April
Summer Term 22 Tuesday 19 April Thursday 26 May
Summer Term 22 Tuesday 7 June Wednesday 20 July

School also closed: May Day - Monday 2nd May 2022


Term Dates 2022-2023

  Opens on:  Closes on:
Autumn Term 2022 Monday 5th September  Thursday 20th October 
Autumn Term 2022 Monday 31st October  Wednesday 21st December
Spring Term 2023  Wednesday 4th January  Thursday 9th February 
Spring Term 2023  Monday 20th February  Friday 31st March
Summer Term 2023 Monday 17th April  Thursday 25th May 
Summer Term 2023 Monday 5th June  Wednesday 19th July 


Dinner Money
From September 2021, dinner money costs £12.50 per week. This should be paid in advance of the week via SchoolMoney.

Medical Information

Only prescribed medications will be administered in school and only if the requirement is ‘four times daily’. If the medication is required three times a day, it is reasonable that parents are able to do this at home. 

Parents requesting medication administration for a child must complete and sign an ‘Administration of prescribed medicines’ form available from the school office or downloadable from the link at the bottom of the page. It is also good practice for the parent or carer to discuss the implications and arrangements with the child’s classteacher prior to the first administration of medication. For further information click on Administering Medication policy at the bottom of this page.

Head Lice
If you suspect your child has head-lice it is important you treat them before they are passed on to others, View the video to see how to effectively get rid of them.

Medical Appointments
Please try to arrange any doctor's or dentist's appointments out of school hours. If this is not possible, we require evidence of the appointment for your child's records. These should be handed to the office prior to your child attending the appointment. 

Sickness and Diarrhoea
Please note: if you child suffers a bout of vomiting or diarrhoea, it is important that they are kept off school for 48 hours. This is to prevent passing on any potential infection to others. For further advice please visit  the following link: Guidance on Infection control in schools

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