Seesaw is the home learning platform that we are using for home learning and for learning consolidation in school. The Seesaw - Learning from Home - Guide for Families document has information about it.
You should have a class code for your child(ren). They can use this to log into the Seesaw Class app on your devices at home. You can access Seesaw through a web browser (https://app.seesaw.me/#/login), or you might prefer to download the app onto a mobile device. Click “I am a student” to log in.
You also have a family code so you can use the Seesaw Family app to view your child’s journal and if you have more than one child at the school you will be able to see each of their journals through this one account.
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The school ID is 11728. You will need your username and password to log in.
If you have forgotten either of these then click on the link for Forgotten Login Details?. You can then choose to reset your password or to recover your account details (this will send you your username). Either option will ask for the school ID, which is 11728 and your email address. If you are having any problems please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be able to help.
We are not currently having milk delivered to school, but will let families know as soon as we are able to restart this provision.
Here is a reminder of our school uniform policy.
All children are expected to wear school uniform which includes: flat black shoes, a green or white polo shirt, grey or black trousers or skirt (not jeans) and a purple sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan. Children should appear neat and tidy with long hair tied back. Clothing should be appropriate and safe for learning and play. The children are also expected to wear appropriate clothes for Physical Education which includes: trainers, a school/ plain white or green t-shirt, black shorts and black jogging bottoms. Jewelry is generally not permitted in school, students with pierced ears can wear simple studs and must remove them during Physical Education.
We are using Big Fish to supply our uniform. This enables you to order school uniform for delivery to your homes. This is particularly important during this period of Covid-19, when we will be unable to have parents onsite and buying uniform from the office in the normal way. Once we are through the Covid period, Big Fish Schoolwear will make monthly free deliveries to school with all the uniform that parents/carers have ordered, but for the time-being, there will be a charge for home-delivery.
Our dedicated school page is now up and running on the Big Fish web site, https://www.bigfishschoolwear.co.uk/. This will enable you to place and pay for your uniform orders online. To gain access to your school page on the website you will need the following login information:
If you are in receipt of Free School Meals and therefore entitled to uniform items at no cost, then please contact the office if you have not yet done so. We will arrange for these items to be delivered to your child’s classroom for them to collect.
If you are at all unsure as to which size to order, please don’t hesitate to give Big Fish Schoolwear a call on 0115 970 5762 or email them at email@example.com.
The Cambridgeshire County Council has redesigned their online form for families wishing to check their free school meal (FSM) and Pupil Premium eligibility. Significant improvements made to the online application process enable parents/carers (in most cases) to get an instant result of the outcome of their application.
It is not necessary for parents of children who currently receive FSM to reapply; this entitlement is protected until the end of March 2022. However, applications do need to be made for younger siblings who are starting school.
The form is quick and simple to complete. Once an application has been submitted for a child, if the family do not qualify at that point, we will continue to check for future entitlement throughout that child’s school life, informing parents if they become eligible. It is vital, therefore, that schools/families inform us of any changes to their name or address.
Families can access the online application at www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/freeschoolmeals. The Education Welfare Benefits Team are happy to answer any queries and can be contacted on 01223 703200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
School Performance Tables
Please click on the link for more information about the end of KS2 attainment and progress
OFSTED now has an online site where parents are invited to express their views. This way of expressing your views about the school replaces the previous questionnaire issued at inspection time and is always accessible, either to post your views or to see the responses of other parents. We do hope you will click this link and take the time to visit the site and share your opinions.