Parents / Carers
Attendance at school is of paramount importance to your child's education. There is a full page on how you can help your child to attend school which you can
Breakfast Club - Breakfast Club information
Charging and Remissions
The 1996 Education Act requires all schools to have a policy on charging and remissions for school activities, which will be kept under regular review.
This procedure aims to reassure parents and others with an interest in the school that any complaint against the school will be dealt with in a fair, open and responsive way, with the aim of achieving a speedy and satisfactory resolution; and the school recognises that a willingness to listen to comments and criticism and to respond positively, can lead to improvements in school practices and provision for pupils.
The Eatwell Guide is a policy tool used to define government recommendations on eating healthy and achieving a balanced diet.
School meals are a great choice, but if you do make a packed lunch for your child then we've got it covered. Get hints and tips on what their lunchbox should contain as well as lots of easy-to-prepare ideas your children will love.
Home School Agreement
By working together we aim to enable all children to enjoy a positive and fulfilling experience at school, and to achieve their full potential.
Guidance on Infection Control - includes information about how long you must keep your child at home after a variety of illnesses.
Sometimes children experience difficulties in their lives or ‘barriers to learning’ which can create problems in school or at home. These difficulties may make it hard for those children to concentrate on classroom work, friendships or even hobbies and normal play.
The Learning Mentor can also help to support parents and carers by referring to outside agencies. This can be for whole family or child needs such as:
- Parenting support
- Self esteem
Newsletters can be found here - Newsletters
Safer Internet Website - UK Safer Internet Centre, where you can find e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe online.
NSPCC Website -If you’re worried about what your child is searching for online, who they’re talking to or what they’re seeing.
Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre - Protecting children from harm online and offline, directly through NCA led operations and in partnership with local and international agencies.
Parent View - Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. The survey can be completed at any time; you don’t have to wait until the school is being inspected. Click here for the link to Parent View
Policies - Click here to link to the policies page
Start Well Services - Up-to-date information relating to children and younger people’s services for the five localities in Wigan Borough.
The Prevent Duty - Information on The Prevent Duty
Uniforms can be purchased from the following shops:
Swan Meadow Road
Wigan WN3 5BE
Wigan WN4 9AA
Tel: 01942 722071
Uniforms can also be purchased on-line from Touchline on the following website:
Wigan Council Education Strategy - Our vision is that all children and young people in the borough, whatever their age, ability background or setting, will receive an outstanding education. This vision is part of the wider Wigan Deal 2030 to ensure the best start in life for all children and young people. We will secure equality and inclusivity in opportunities for all ensuring good health, wellbeing and resilience for all children and young people.
Wigan Family Directory - Provides information to families who live and work in Wigan and Leigh including childcare, Startwell Family Centres, education, family & parenting, family finance & employment, SEND, health & wellbeing and local activities. Click here to visit Wigan Family Directory