To help your child settle easily into school it would be helpful if they can achieve the following:
Prepare your child for school well in advance and make this a happy experience. Talk to your child about school and make it sound a happy and exciting place and something they can look forward to experiencing.
During your child’s first half term initial assessments are made of their developmental levels in different areas of learning. You will be asked to help to compile this by filling out a questionnaire and through discussions with the teacher.
Complaints of a minor nature may be dealt with by reference to an individual teacher at the end of the day after checking with the office manager that the teacher does not have prior meetings arranged.
Complaints of a more serious nature will be dealt with by a member of the Senior Leadership Team. If possible, contact the office manager or the Headteacher and make them aware of your concerns. This way your concern will be directed to the person in the best situation to help you.
Concerns of a very serious or personal nature should be directed to the Headteacher in the first instance.
If the matter remains unresolved, parents may contact the Education Department where it will be dealt with by the Administration Officer -Education, who will report it to the Director.
As a last resort, parents have the right of appeal to the President of the Education Department.
We would be grateful if you, as parents, would ensure that: