School and parent partnership

We hope you find our school friendly and welcoming. At Crockerne Church of England Primary School, we understand how important it is to maintain strong home school relationships. Parents are welcome to Year group achievement assemblies at 2.30 pm on a Friday afternoon (please check our planner for your child’s year group); we open our doors three time a year for you to come in and see the learning in action at 2.45 on each afternoon (please check our planner); trips, extra-curricular activities, sporting activities and help in the classroom*. We operate an open door policy and we welcome your comments and suggestions. You could also join our Friends group, who raise an enormous amount of money, or be part of the governing body.

We also understand how important it is for you to have strong links with your child’s class teacher. These links ensure your child feels safe and secure in their environment and you feel reassured. Formal Parents’ evenings are held twice a year in term 2 and term 4 and after the written report parents are welcome to make an appointment to discuss their child’s progress. In addition to this, parents are encouraged to come and discuss any celebrations or concerns, at any time.

We encourage parents to help children to reinforce their learning at home. The curriculum overviews and parental support opportunities for this term can be found below on the following pages:

Please see our curriculum tab for our published curriculum.

On a Monday afternoon, from 3.15pm, the Friends of Crockerne run a Maths library in the Avon Hall. Children can borrow 1 game at a time for a maximum of 2 weeks. The games are suitable for a variety of age groups and cover a huge range of different types of maths. You can browse the catalogue here.

Links to other websites with more general activities for you and children, including printable sheets and online games relating to the Primary curriculum, can be found on our Useful Links page.

* A police check is necessary to work closely with children.

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