Forms and Policies

It is important that parents know about the policies that we have at school. You will find some of our key School policies detailed below. If you would like more information  or a paper copy please do get in touch with us via the School Office.

On the forms page you can download commonly used forms. If you would like to see any other forms here please let us know.


At our last OFSTED inspection it was noted that attendance at the school had improved to expected levels. We have worked hard together to make a great deal of progress in this area and are continuing to do so. The policy below explains how we manage attendance – please do read it carefully. We have highlighted the potential impact of late arrival and missed days at the end of the policy for your information.

Download our Policy below:

Last year (2015/16) we achieved an overall attendance of 95.23%!!

Thank you for all your hard work in ensuring your child was in school every day.

This year our target is 95.5%

Please continue to support us. Thank you


Our current uniform supplier is SCHOOL UNIFORM DIRECT.  We do not hold a stock of school uniform within school as they have dedicated uniform shop at 23 High Street, Staines, TW18 4QY which will be able to meet all your requirements. Alternatively you can order from them online at

Please click on the link below to see full details of our uniform policy.


Surrey County Council is the admission authority for this school.  To find up to date information about the school’s admission arrangements and details on how to apply, either as part of the normal intake or during the school year,  please use this link to the Surrey County Council website

Parents Involvement in School

We believe a strong partnership between parents and the school is vital for the progress and happiness of the children.

We work hard to maintain good communication channels and parents, carers and other family members are welcome in school. We send regular newsletters home letting parents know what is happening in school, what future events are planned and how successful and enjoyable the activities have been. Information about the curriculum is regularly sent to parents as well as invitations to meetings on subjects such as reading and the SATs.

You will have several opportunities during the year to meet your child’s teacher. At the end of each academic year you will receive your child’s Record of Achievement which details their progress over the year and what their targets are for future progress.

You will also be warmly welcomed into school for events such as assemblies and productions, open days and sports days. We are delighted to receive parental assistance in school and on trips and outings.

We always welcome comments and suggestions from parents and carers. From time to time we will also seek your opinions more formally through questionnaires and parent consultation groups and meetings.

We have five parent representatives on the governing body of the school and you would be warmly welcomed to stand for election when a vacancy arises.

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