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Pastoral Care

Your child’s health and well-being is of paramount importance to us as well as to you. We aim to offer pastoral care which supports and encourages families, no matter what the circumstances, to ensure that every child enjoys and achieves well, is healthy, safe and secure and grows into a rounded human being and an effective citizen.

Our Home School Support Worker is here to help with those times when your child, or you, need extra support or advice.

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We take our duty of care very seriously as we’re sure you would want us to. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff, governors…

All Faiths’ holds the Healthy Schools Award – a national award that recognises our work to promote emotional and physical health. Children may bring a healthy snack to school for break-time – fruit or vegetable please.…

A strong partnership between home and school is so important to help children succeed. Our Home/School Support Worker can help with a whole array of issues.  She can be an unbiased, listening ear at times when…

Medicines are not allowed at school.  If your child is following a course of medication, you will be asked to come to school to administer it. In exceptional circumstances, school staff will administer prescribed medication.  There…

This is part of PSHE (personal, social and health education) and the Science curriculum.  We answer children’s questions honestly at the level of their understanding. In Year 6, our School Nurse talks to the children about…

Fruit at School Delivered daily, the school provides a piece of fruit or a vegetable to all children in the Foundation Stage and Year 1. We provide fruit for KS2 children at least twice a week.…

We support a range of charities throughout the year.  These are usually chosen by the children and we would ask that you support these initiatives in any way that you can. It is important for the…

We have a close relationship with our School Nurse who is often at school and available to chat to parents/carers about their child’s health and fitness.  Likewise, we are in touch with our local police force. …