Dealing with a Concern
As in all families, the children in our very big family, fall out from time to time.
Experience shows that very often, the children make friends again much sooner than the parents who may have argued about the matter. In addition, at home, even our own children often put just one side of a story, leaving out the important facts.
If you have any concerns, please speak to your child's class teacher who will be pleased to help. If you still have a concern, please see the Headteacher who will investigate the matter as soon as possible.
We would urgently request that parents address concerns only to a member of the teaching staff. Approaching a child with a complaint is not acceptable and can only lead to upset and further complaints from other parents. It also sets the wrong example to the children.
If all parents would kindly follow these guidelines, then all our children will remain safe, happy and ready to learn.
Mr D. J. Phillips