We have an excellent e-
Our Teaching and TA staff together with our lunchtime supervisory team, admin and maintenance staff have all completed Level 1 child protection training. Mrs Evans is our Designated Safeguarding Lead and Mrs Morris (SENCo) is our Deputy Safeguarding Lead. Our relevant governors are Mr Arm (Safeguarding/ Prevent/ Online and E-
We recognise that from time to time pupils and families need additional support and we can access this from our Pastoral Support Worker or Helping Hands team (see below), school nurse, The Parent Partnership, Our Parent Support Worker and specialist organisations such as Childline, Cruse Bereavement, First Response, Staffordshire Safeguarding Children’s Board and CEOP.
You can gain access from the links below or contact Mrs Morris for further help.
Our staff have a kind and caring ethos and we aim to work with our children, parents and wider community to make our school a safe and happy place to learn.
The key to support is good communication and our door is always open. We can hold special meetings to access support. A CAF meeting (Common Assessment Framework) is a meeting where we talk and complete an action plan of help. We can also access funding for special circumstances. Your requests are confidential and will be treated with respect and care.
If your child needs to talk to an adult in school then class teachers and TA staff are here to help. Our school nurse is sometimes available and Childline posters are on display in school.
For further support please e-
or arrange a meeting via the school office.
Named Nurse: Jenny Ayres
I am part of a team (Stafford & Cannock School Nurse team), based at Schott Glass Building, Drummond Road, Stafford, ST16 3EL.
Health visitors work with and support families during the crucial early years of a child’s life and can be contacted on 01543 431586 Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. Health Visitor leaflet
Tel: 0344 225 3560 (option 2, option 2)
Out of hours advice 01384 679 031
Click for the Children’s Hospital Services leaflet
We have Mrs Roden working within school in the afternoons as a Pastoral Support Worker. She, along with three other TAs, Mrs Wilson, Mrs D. Jones and Mrs Etchells, took part in nurture group training to support pupils’ emotional and social needs. This ‘Helping Hands’ team offers 1-
NSPCC and O2 link for online safeguarding
Rainbow picture copyright pngall.com
Rachel brought PAT dogs, Cassie and Candy into school last year.
Here is the Pets As Therapy story, written by the pupils.
|Trips And Refreshments|
|Governing board responsibilities|
|Early Years Foundation Stage|
|Gifted and Talented|
|Sign Language Club|
|Sports 2017 2018|
|Sports 2016 2017|
|Deaf not stupid|