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St Hardulph
Main Street, Melbourne,DE73 8AN
01332-862572
www:http://www.st-hardulphs.leics.sch.uk/e-mail:office@st-hardulphs.leics.sch.uk

 

 

At St. Hardulph's Primary School, our team is committed to educating all our children to their full potential by providing a secure, fair and stimulating environment in partnership with parents, the church and the community.

Introduction

St Hardulph’s Primary School is committed to continuous improvement and we listen to people who tell us how we can improve further.

All concerns/complaints are acted upon urgently and logged as appropriate. The Headteacher and staff work very hard to build positive relationships with parents and we wish to provide the following guidance to encourage and assist you when you wish to talk to us.

We welcome feedback from parents, guardians and visitors to our school as this helps everyone who works at the school to celebrate successes as well as to highlight areas of school life which we can develop further. In the reception area there is a ‘comments box’ which gives people a chance to have their say about St Hardulph’s School . All comments are taken seriously and where a response is asked for it is promptly given by the appropriate member of staff.

However, the school is obliged to have certain procedures in place; these include the ‘Home School Agreement’ and a complaints procedure. The following policy entitled ‘Parents and Guardians - Partnership Policy’ sets out both our ‘Home School Agreement’ and the procedure that the school follows in such cases where there is a grievance or concern expressed by a parent or guardian.

Aims and Objectives

 
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Our school aims to be fair, open and honest when dealing with any complaint. We give careful consideration to all complaints and deal with them as swiftly as possible. We aim to resolve any complaint through dialogue and mutual understanding and, in all cases, we put the interests of the child above all other issues. We provide sufficient opportunity for any complaint to be fully discussed, and then resolved.

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We deal with all complaints in accordance with procedures set out by the LEA. If the school cannot resolve any complaint itself, those concerned can ask the LEA to intervene.

School Uniform

At St Hardulph’s the Governors and staff believe that the wearing of school uniform gives pupils confidence in themselves, pride in the school and helps to promote a feeling of belonging to the school community. It is both practical and economical and helps prevent needless comparisons in dress. Parents are asked to give their full support to the view that all pupils should wear school uniform.

All children’s clothes need to be clearly marked with their own names.

Recommended items of clothing are as follows:

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White shirt

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Red sweatshirt imprinted with School logo

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Red fleece imprinted with School logo

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Black or grey skirt or pinafore dress

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Grey or black school trousers

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School shoes (not trainers)

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Blue/white gingham dress for girls in the summer, if desired

For P.E. we ask the children to have:

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Black shorts and white or red polo shirt

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Pumps or trainers

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Pump bag to keep P.E. kit in (kept on child’s coat peg)

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On sunny days, during summer, we recommend that children bring a sun hat to protect themselves whilst outside.

For Swimming we ask the children to have:

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Costume/trunks – NOT shorts

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Towel

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Swimming cap for girls (and boys with long hair)



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