• "Pupils enjoy trusting, respectful relationships with staff and each other. These strong relationships ensure pupils work hard and try their best.’ OFSTED 2015"
  • "An extensive range of extra-curricular clubs at lunchtime and after school provide opportunities to develop life skills and confidence. OFSTED 2015"
  • "‘The school’s values are at the heart of all relationships and are constantly referred to by staff and pupils ... pupils are able to talk eloquently about how to live by the values in order to become good citizens.’ OFSTED 2015"



We want our children to be fit and healthy, to ensure they enjoy school and they work to the best of their ability.  However we all know children do get ill frequently, and of course being a school, illnesses can spread quickly.  We do ask, for the sake of all children (and staff) that if your child is unwell you keep them at home, and only let them come back to school when they are better or when the required time frame has passed.

Nearly all our staff are trained in Emergency First Aid.  We also have a handful of staff who are trained to a higher level and who are designated first aiders during the school day and at lunchtimes.

Our Pupil Illness and Medication Policy below, details what to do if your child is ill, when they can come back to school or what happens if he/she falls ill at school.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to come and speak to the office.

  1. Pupil illness and medication policy