Burley And Woodhead Church of England Primary School

Burley And Woodhead Church of England Primary School

Many Parts One Body - Delivering the knowledge, skills, mindset and Christian values to thrive and take on the world.

  1. For parents

For parents


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Admissions - How are admissions to the school made?

Advice and Information - Are there any sources of general advice and information?

Attendance - What is the school expectation?

Behaviour - What is behaviour like at the school?

Calendar: Where I can I find term dates?

Classes - Where can I find out what is happening in my child's class?

Complaints - how to raise a concern

Contacts - how can I contact school?

Curriculum - Where can I find details about the school's curriculum?

Early Years Provision - What does it look like in your school?

Freedom of Information - Where can you find details of publication?

Governors - who are they and how can I contact them?

Letting School Know - how to notify school about information about your child.

Medicines - how to let school know

Head Teacher Blog - Where can I read it?

Ofsted - Where can I read your latest report?

Online Safety - Where can I access support and resources?

Opening times - what are the school opening hours?

Policies - Where can I find your school policies?

Pupil Premium Funding - how is it spent?

Remote Education -find out about remote education expectations

Results - What are the school's results?

Safeguarding - Who to contact if you have a concern about a child

School Meals - information on school meal provision

Special Education Needs - What can the school offer?

Sport Premium Funding - what is it, and how is it spent?

Staff - Who works in my child's class?

Sunrise and Sunset - find out about our wraparound provision.

Uniform - information on the school's uniform policy

Wellbeing and Mental Health - What is your approach?

"School staff communicate well with their parents, and are available to spend the time with parents when support is needed... There are connections made with staff and support within the community to ensure that families are receiving the support they need by the most appropriate providers. Parents shared that they feel listened to and that staff are keen to meet the needs of families outside of school as well as pupil’s needs in school... Parents shared that ... staff often notice issues amongst pupils before parents have had the chance to raise their concerns with support in place already as parents enquire. They also shared that nothing is too small for school staff to take seriously ... Staff make parents feel that their individual children are important and fully supported in school." 

Extract from the school's Bradford Mental Health Charter Mark report - June 2023.