We wish you all a restful and happy summer break. We will see all of the children back at school on Thursday 4th September.
There is a new SEN and Disability Code of Practice being introduced from September 2014 - please click here to see a copy of the letter sent home giving details.
If you were unable to attend the meeting for parents today about the Residential Trip in Otober 2015 (for the current Year 4 children) we have sent an information letter home to you tonight. Please click here to see the powerpoint presentation that was shown at the meeting. If you have any queries please contact the sdhool office.
The new on-line payments system is now up and running. If you wish to register your child please go to www.scopay.com/giffards-pri and use the registration details that were sent to you previously. If you require a copy of your registration letter please contact the school office.
If you are interested in trainng to be a teacher Thames Primary Consortium offer tax-free bursaries of up to £9,000 for graduates who sign up with them. For details on how to apply please click here.
Now we have returned to school work has begun on replacing the windows in the KS2 building. For the whole of the summer term the gate next to the school house will remain locked for health & safety reasons so the children will need to come in through the gate by the small playground or the back gate. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
As part of our commitment to improving education for our pupils and pupils locally we work closely with other schools and are part of the Dilkes Primary Academy Teaching Alliance. Further information can be found by clicking here.
If you have any money that needs to be paid into school, i.e money for trips, dinners, swimming etc., please ensure it is in a marked envelope and your child gives it to their teacher as soon as they arrive in the morning. NO money is allowed to be accepted through the office from now on, as previously advised. Thank you for your co operation with this.
All letters are available on this website for your information. Please click on the link below to access them.
Ofsted have set up a site that gives you the chance to tell us what you think about your child’s school.
There are links to Espresso as well as Oxford Owl and many others on the Useful Sites for Pupils and Parents on the Information Page of this website. Please click here for the Espresso Guide for Parents
Please click here to view our schools Equality Policy
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Parents and teachers at Giffards Primary School want children to be happy and learn lots of new skills.We believe that these two things can be achieved in an environment where children and adults respect each other, regardless of age, gender or position. We want children to be kind, careful and considerate, friendly and polite, helpful, sensible, honest, hard working and respectful of other people's opinions, beliefs and property. Children at Giffards are happy and remain at the heart of everything we do. An important element in a child's education is the link between home and school. Children learn best when home and school work together so that we can achieve the very best for our children. Please ensure that children attend school every day, are punctual and wearing school uniform. Click to see our Prospectus and an explanation of the National Curriculum that we follow. Please click to view our Child_Protection_Policy_with_regard_to_the_website. We have advice regarding internet safety for your child and we have a Social Networking Policy in place for your information. Contact us if you have any queries or questions or wish to report your child's absence.
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