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Recent letter from parent (December 2016)

Questions or comments

 

We are always striving to do better at Intake Farm Primary and we welcome any questions or comments from our parents/carers. For queries about your child, it's always best to speak to the class teacher in the first instance. We also have a comments box for parents to post any comments or questions and we'll do our best and always listen. The box can be found in the reception area outside the office.

Help for families affected by drug and alcohol problems

 

Hetty's is a charity which provides free support for families who are affected by drug and alcohol abuse. They can put you in touch with a support worker who can help. More information can be obtained by clicking the link to the website or using the contact details.

 

Frephone 08000 850941

Text 07896 228547

 

www.hettys.co.uk

Your valued feedback and comments

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Keeping our children safe on the internet

 

http://www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre/

Whether we like it or not, the internet plays a huge part in our lives and children at Intake Farm are taught about how to stay safe from an early age. This website (click on link above) has lots of useful information about E-safety and is also a place to report any concerns. Our Computing coordinator, Mr Priestley, is also on hand to answer any questions you may have.

Attendance

We want our attendance to be above 95% for the whole year. To do this we must all work together. Last year we were 1% below the national average.

Overall we are heading for an improvement and will be very close to the national average. The main reason we are below is a small number of children missing school because of holidays taken during term time. We are working with other local schools to create an attendance policy common to all schools. Our feeder secondary schools fine parents for taking holidays during term time; we may have to consider this in the near future.

 

Attendance tip: Good habits start early in life, so even before your child starts school, establish good routines, such as reading before bedtime and going to bed on time.


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