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Information For Parents


Our office can be reached on 01709 542538 or by emailing General queries from parents and other members of the public will be dealt with by a member of our office staff below.


Mrs A Booth
School Business Manager



Mrs S Pollard
Administrative Assistant


Our School Day

FS1 - Morning: 8.45am to 11.45pm. Afternoon: 12.00pm to 3.00pm. Full time: 8.45am to 3.00pm

Daily Structure

Medical Information

There is a growing concern for parents with the increase in numbers of Scarlet Fever and the invasive Strep A in children.  Please click on the link below for Government guidance.

School Clubs

We are proud to offer a variety of after school clubs, including the following for this half term. Please contact school reception
for more information or to pay. Please note that all clubs finish at 4.15pm.

Term: Summer 1

Mon — ICT (5weeks)

Tues — Indoor Golf £18 (6 weeks)

Weds – Construction £18 (6 weeks)

Thurs — Dance £18 (6 weeks)

Fri— Cricket £18 (6 weeks)

Places are limited, please collect a consent form from the office and return it with the payment to secure your child's place.

Breakfast Club

Our Breakfast Club is open from 7.45am for children from Foundation 1 to Year 2. The cost is £3 per day. We serve a range of cereals, fruit, yogurts, toast and fruit juice.

Food will be served from 7:45am until 8am so please come before 8am to receive breakfast.

Various activities and games are organised and supervised by Mrs Walmsley and Mrs Morris.

Please book your place via the school office as we have a very high demand for places.
If you book a place, you will be required to pay for it so if you no longer need to attend, please cancel at the office the day before.

Thank you.

School Uniform

All children wear school uniform. This is a school policy, endorsed by the Governing Body. There is a choice of red sweatshirt or red cardigan and white polo shirt, black or grey trousers, skirt or pinafore. Waterproof jackets and PE kits are also available. ‘Ella Bella's’ in Bramley carry stock of our logoed clothing so you are welcome to purchase it direct from them. Alternatively you can purchase uniform online from Pinders.

We do not ask children to change their footwear every day but if the weather is extreme – thick snow or torrential rain – we ask them to bring a change of shoes. Wellingtons should be purchased for Foundation children and they will be used for outdoor play.

It would help us considerably if clothing is marked with your child’s name (but especially outdoor coats andsweatshirts/cardigans). So many are alike and this would help to avoid confusion and ensure that lost property can be returned to its rightful owner.


In line with guidance the wearing of jewellery other than a watch and one pair of small stud earrings is not allowed, and no responsibility can be accepted for loss or damage of any valuable items. Earrings must be removed for P.E. lessons for health and safety reasons. Please can we ask that you consider having your child’s ears pierced at the very beginning of the 6 week holidays so it doesn’t disrupt their P.E entitlement.


Purchase Uniform Online


Uniform Policy

School Meals

From September 2014 all Infant School children are entitled to free school meals.
Miss Dixon is our school cook, who works alongside kitchen assistants Ms Squires. Miss Dixon cooks delicious school dinners that are enjoyed and recommended by both the children and staff.

All lunches are served in the hall and we provide healthy daily meals. Menus are sent out for the term and rotate over three weeks.  Your child can choose a hot school dinner (red/yellow choice), Jacket Potato(green) with a selection of fillings or a sandwich option(blue).

Children order their meal choice daily in class, they are then given a coloured band to correspond to their chosen meal option.

Children are supported at lunchtime by our team of SMSAs: Mrs Simmonds, Mrs Allen, Mrs Crownshaw, Mrs Duffin and Miss Shaw. Most of our SMSAs have an up to date Emergency First Aid at Work qualification.

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ECO4 FLEX is a retrofit scheme overseen by Rotherham Council Metropolitan Borough. It aims to improve the energy efficiency of low income and vulnerable households.

You may be eligible if:

·       Your gross household income of less than £31,000.


·       You meet at least two of the several proxies listed online. (One is free school meals)


·       Can obtain an NHS referral due to long term illness that could be affected by a cold home.


Only properties with a home EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) of band D or lower can qualify for this scheme (E or lower for private rentals).

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