We sincerely hope that you will not find the need to make a complaint. However, should the need arise, the governing body has established a complaints procedure based upon local authority guidelines enabling parents to make representations should they believe the school is failing to fulfil its legal requirements in some way.
Should you have any queries or comments – please follow these steps:
- Speak to class teacher
- Speak to Key Stage leader
Foundation stage (Nursery and Reception) – Miss Ireland
Key Stage 1 (Year 1 and 2) – Miss Denison
Lower Key Stage 2 (Year 3 and 4) – Mrs Dyer
Upper Key Stage 2 (Year 5 and 6) – Mr Haughton
- Assistant Headteacher – Miss Ireland
- Deputy Headteacher – Mrs Bouweraerts
- Arrange a meeting through the Office with Mrs Banks
We truly hope that all complaints can be resolved in this informal way, however if this proves to be impossible, there is a formal procedure whereby the complaint can be brought before the governing body for consideration. This can be done by writing formally to the clerk of the governing body or chairman of governors. If the complainant is dissatisfied with the outcome of the complaint it is possible to appeal and ultimately take the complaint to The Secretary of State for Education and Employment.
Complaints Policy – September 2020