- Diary Dates
- Latest News
- 17 Jun Year 5 Residential
- 18 Jun EYFS information evening
- 27 Jun Sports day
- 28 Jun Epic Reading Day Author Event
- 1 Jul Last club sessions this week
- 2 Jul Year 6 Bournside Transition
- 3 Jul New Class transition days
- 3 Jul Year 6 All Saints Transition
- 5 Jul Summer Fair
- 5 Jul Prince of Wales Athletics Competition 5-7pm
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Most queries, issues and problems can be resolved or answered by the class teachers. We also have a leadership structure that enables escalation of complaints should this be required. Each year group has a Year Group Leader and the school also has Assistant Headteachers who are available to resolve issues.
If you feel that an issue needs escalating further, please contact the school in the first instance and ask to speak to Mrs White. If this does not resolve the matter please follow the schools complaints handbook (link below).
If the matter is still not resolved the management of the Gloucestershire Learning Alliance (GLA) has responsibility for the operations of all Academies that are part of our alliance of schools. We recognise that there will be occasions when parents, pupils or others who have contact with any aspect of our work will want to make a complaint to the MAT Board. The GLA Complaints Policy document sets out the overall framework applying to all constituent Academies for dealing with complaints by people other than staff.
This Policy and Guidance takes into consideration the Education Act 2002
Our schools are orderly, safe places, where relationships between staff and visitors demonstrate mutual respect and recognition of shared responsibility for pupils’ welfare and educational progress. Parental involvement is an important factor in educational success and in dealing with emerging problems at an early stage and we recognise that when school and parents work together in a positive relationship, the children will reach their full potential and have a successful educational journey.
However, on occasion, the behaviour of a minority of parents can cause severe disruption or worse, resulting in abusive or aggressive behaviour towards staff, pupils, or other members of the school community.