Consideration of Complaints
Complaints under Section 23 of the Education Reform Act are concerned with the actions of Governing Bodies and the Local Authority. They are not concerned with the personal actions of individual teachers or Headteachers which are covered by separate procedures.
Informal discussions with the Headteacher and/or other members of staff can often resolve problems early. Concerns or potential concerns about actions of the LA should be discussed with appropriate officers of the LA.
If complaints cannot be settled informally, they must be put in writing and sent to the Clerk of the Governing Body (Mrs S Woods) for the attention of the Chair of Governors.
When the complaint has been fully considered and investigated the clerk will notify the complainant of the outcome in writing, explaining the conclusion and any action taken or proposed.
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We seem to have an ongoing issue with parents parking around school which is causing upset and obstruction
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- WORLD BOOK DAY 5th March 2020 All Day Event
WORLD BOOK DAY
Children can come into school dressed as their favorite book character or alternatively wear pyjamas and bring their favorite bedtime story. children will receive a £1 book token which can be used at our upcoming book fair (TBA)
- Y5/Y6 Good Shepherd 12th March 2020 All Day Event
Y5/Y6 Good Shepherd
- Y3/Y4 Good Shepherd 19th March 2020 All Day Event
Y3/Y4 Good Shepherd