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Below are a list of Frequently Asked Questions. If you have a question that is not answered, please contact the School Office and we will consider adding it to this growing list!
 


Q. What time does school start and finish?
A.
School starts at 8.50am and finishes at 3.00pm


Q. If my child vomits and/or has diarrhoea how long must they be off school?
A. In both cases it is 48 hours after the last episode of vomitting or diarrhoea. See link below to NHS Direct. Please leave a telephone msg or e-mail telling us about your child's absence. We ask that parent's either e-mail or write a note to school on your child's 1st day back. 


Q. What happens if I am late picking up my child or want someone else to pick them up?

A.  Please phone the school office to inform us. We can not let children go home with someone else with out your permisson.
 

Q. How will I know if the school has to be shut in an emergency eg bad weather?

A. A text message will be sent to you (please inform the Office if you change your number) and you can see school closures on the Bucks County Council Website. See the link below.

Q. What happens to lost property?
A. All personal belongings must be named and can then be returned to the owner.  Unnamed items are stored in Lost Property Bins, which are kept in Early Years and in the Diamond Jubilee Building. Unnamed items will be kept for a period of three months after which time it is donated to charity.

 

Q. Is there any disabled parking/access?

A. Yes, there is a clearly marked disabled bay in the car park at the front of the school.  There are entrance ramps to all areas of the school.  There is a disabled toilet in the main corridor. Parking is staff and visitors only.

 

Q. What should I do if my child has a food allergy?

A. Admission forms on entry to school ask parents to detail any medical condition or food allergy their child might have.  Forms are sent out at the start of every academic year in case there have been any changes in a child’s condition.  Specific care instructions will be followed for children with allergies. Please speak to Mrs Godden (Welfare Assistant).


Q. How do I know what is happening in school?

A.  Weekly newsletters are sent to parents giving them details of school life and upcoming events eg trips and visitors to the school. Additionally we have an e-mail and text message service which you can sign up to for information. Information is updated on a daily basis on the website. Each year group sends out an information sheet at the start of every term to provide information relevant to the children in that year group.

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