"a Village Academy"
Welcome to our school!
Tatworth Primary School
Children come back to school on:
Wednesday 6 September 2017
Monday 30 October 2017
Wednesday 10 January 2018
Monday 19 February 2018
Monday 9 April 2018
Monday 4 June 2018
The school will be closed for May Day Bank Holiday on 7 May 2018
Helping my Child at Home
Reception Class Maths Workshops
Monday 22 January 2.15 - 3.15 pm
Tuesday 23 January 9.05 - 10.05 am (this is a repeat of the previous days workshop)
The aim of the workshop is to show parents some of the maths activities that children do in Reception Class and to introduce the maths packs that will come home. It is important that parents attend.
Other Year Groups
Click here to access a planner to help your child be prepared for sports.
Please click on the following links to access Read Write inc.
Every half term a group of volunteers (parents/carers/grand parents) meet to focus on reading. The group works together to agree and support strategies to promote an enthusiasm for reading amongst our children. Please contact the school office if you would like to join the group.
We prefer payments, for activities etc., to be made through our e-payment method - ParentPay. Payments may be made online (passwords and user names have been provided for existing parents and are available from the School Office), or in cash at local stores where you see the Paypoint logo. The nearest stores to the School are McColls in South Chard; Sainsbury and One Stop Stores in Chard; Central Stores in Axminster and Winsham Post Office and Stores.
You may use this method to pay for:
Stay and Play
After School Clubs
Lunches (including ordering universal free school meals if your child is in Reception or Years 1 or 2)
If children need to be given medicine during school time, this may only involve staff if the timing and quantity of the medicine is not critical, and providing full written instructions are given to the class teacher. Please click here to access form for completion. Children are not allowed to have medicines in their possession without the consent of the Headteacher. The medicines should be handed to and collected from the class teacher at the beginning and end of school. Parents may make arrangements to come to school to administer the medicines themselves, if they prefer.
Prescribed inhalers for asthma should be kept on the child or handed to the class teacher. They should be named.
Regular checks are made on hearing, eyesight, speech and dental welfare. You will be told when these are to take place and you may be present if you wish.
The medical services fulfil a screening role, which can often pick up minor problems which can affect a child’s performance in school. Parents are kept fully informed should there be concerns. There is close liaison between school and local medical services.
Emergency Closure of the School
It is rare to have to close the school. In adverse weather conditions this decision would most likely be taken first thing in the morning. However very occasionally, if there is a marked deterioration of weather during the day or for some other reason (eg. total failure of heating) it may be necessary to take the decision to close during the school day. Should this occur parents will be sent a text and a Tweet be sent via Twitter at the earliest opportunity. In adverse weather conditions local radio stations will also be informed.