Parent and Carer Communication

Parents and carers who are considering sending their child to the school may contact the school office who will explain the admission arrangements and make an appointment to visit.
 
Parents/ carers and children will be invited to meet the class teacher and given the opportunity to look around the school. 
 
Each term there are two consecutive dates, an afternoon and an evening, set aside for parents and carers to meet the class teacher to discuss their child’s progress and targets. Parents and carers will be provided a pupil passport containing uptodate attainment and progress information for their child. 
 
The first Progress Evening is usually held in October/ November and isorganised by appointment.  This is to enable teachers to speak to parents/carers about issues arising from the children settling back into school and new classes.
 
A further Progress and Target meeting is held in March and again organised by appointment. 
 
A final Progress meeting is held towards the end of the academic year in July.  The consultations during this particular date are normally based on the child’s annual report.
Children in  Year 6 will receive the results of their Standards Attainment Tests (SATs) at the end of the Summer Term.
 
Parents and carers of children with special educational needs will be invited to discuss their child’s progress with the special needs co-ordinator and the class teacher on a more frequent basis.
 
Staff are available to discuss concerns at any other time preferably after school when the school day has finished. 
 
Please understand that it is difficult for staff to hold unplanned consultations before the start of the day as pupil safety is an important focus for staff at this time. However, our home school link worker, Mrs Findler is always available in the morning for you to share or enquire on any matter that you believe will make a difference to your child's day in school. We encourage parents andcarers to always make contact with Mrs Findler either via the school office or on the playground at the start of each day. 
 
Mrs Peters, our Headteacher, also has an open door policy and parents andcarers can easily make contact via the school office or again on the playground before school. 
 
There is a school newsletter published every fortnight.  
 

Moorpark has a vibrant Parent Council who run regular fund raising events. The money raised provides extra resources for the school. The Parents Council always welcome new members. Details of meetings are shared via the school newsletter.

Parents and carers who are considering sending their child to the school may contact the school office who will explain the admission arrangements and make an appointment to visit.
 
Parents/ carers and children will be invited to meet the class teacher and given the opportunity to look around the school. 
 
Each term there are two consecutive dates, an afternoon and an evening, set aside for parents and carers to meet the class teacher to discuss their child’s progress and targets. Parents and carers will be provided a pupil passport containing uptodate attainment and progress information for their child. 
 
The first Progress Evening is usually held in October/ November and isorganised by appointment.  This is to enable teachers to speak to parents/carers about issues arising from the children settling back into school and new classes.
 
A further Progress and Target meeting is held in March and again organised by appointment. 
 
A final Progress meeting is held towards the end of the academic year in July.  The consultations during this particular date are normally based on the child’s annual report.
Children in  Year 6 will receive the results of their Standards Attainment Tests (SATs) at the end of the Summer Term.
 
Parents and carers of children with special educational needs will be invited to discuss their child’s progress with the special needs co-ordinator and the class teacher on a more frequent basis.
 
Staff are available to discuss concerns at any other time preferably after school when the school day has finished. 
 
Please understand that it is difficult for staff to hold unplanned consultations before the start of the day as pupil safety is an important focus for staff at this time. However, our home school link worker, Mrs Findler is always available in the morning for you to share or enquire on any matter that you believe will make a difference to your child's day in school. We encourage parents andcarers to always make contact with Mrs Findler either via the school office or on the playground at the start of each day. 
 
Mrs Peters, our Headteacher, also has an open door policy and parents andcarers can easily make contact via the school office or again on the playground before school. 
 
There is a school newsletter published every fortnight.  
 

Moorpark has a vibrant Parent Council who run regular fund raising events. The money raised provides extra resources for the school. The Parents Council always welcome new members. Details of meetings are shared via the school newsletter.

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Children to be in school for the normal time, 8:50 am. Arrival back approx 3:10 pm.
Children to be on the yard for 7:45am. Anticipated arrival back approx. 4:30pm.
Please could all children wear full school uniform. If it is your child's PE day please ensure they bring their PE Kits on this day.

Address

Headteacher:- Mrs Karen Peters,

Park Road, Burslem,

Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 1EL

Tel:- 01782 234440, email:- moorpark@moorparkjunior.co.uk

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