Parental Survey 2018-2019
Use of Social Media
One of the great strengths of Lees Primary School is the fantastic community that surrounds the school and works together to support children and their families. This community spirit is very much built on mutual respect; between pupils, parents, staff, governors, Bronte Academy Trust colleagues and all those in the wider local community who are involved with the school.
We try extremely hard to provide clear channels of communication, to ensure that relevant information is shared and any issues are quickly resolved; however we are finding that a number of social media posts (often shared in the heat of the moment) are proving offensive and upsetting for staff and families.
We are increasingly concerned about the message this sends to children. Posts which are critical of staff or school are particularly upsetting as we are not able to give our side of the story often for reasons of safeguarding/confidentiality. It would be greatly appreciated, that if you have any issues relating to school, that you contact us so that we can address the matter directly with yourself. We are only human and admittedly do sometimes make mistakes – please allow us an opportunity to apologise and discuss the matter face to face.
Please could we ask you all to think carefully about the consequences of social media messages and how they may impact on others? The school is always happy to talk to parents and carers, and appointments can be made through the Office by ringing 01535 643320 or by emailing email@example.com.
Mr E Whitehead – Head of School
The School Day
Pupils should be in the playground ready to be collected by their Class Teacher at 8.55am. Responsibility of children before this time is that of the parent/carer. The school day ends at 3.15pm, children will exit via their Key Stage door. If you are late, please bring your child to the School Office and sign them in.
Information regarding Holidays and Absence During Term Time
Holidays During Term Time
Message from Governors regarding impact on children & staff.
School meals are currently charged at £1.70 a day/ £8.50 a week (as of 1st January 2018). Meals should be paid for on a Monday using the brown dinner money envelopes available from the school office. Please make cheques payable to Bradford Council and write your child's name/class number on the reverse of the cheque. Children in Years Reception, 1 and 2 receive free school meals.
Child Protection & S.E.N. Contacts
Designated Person for Child Protection is Mr E Whitehead.
A description of the role can be found in the Child Protection Policy (School Policies Tab)
Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator is Mrs A Sharrock
(Next Pupil Premium Review December 2018)
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