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Three Lane Ends Community Primary School
Methley Road, WF10 1PN Castleford
01977 723065

The cost of each visit, including transport, entrance fees etc., will be calculated by the teacher and a price per child will be found.

A subsidy from School Fund will be calculated with a larger percentage subsidy being made for expensive visits. A voluntary contribution will then be requested from parents for the balance of the cost.

There is no longer any entitlement to funds from the Local Authority to help parents on low incomes to contribute towards visits, but any parent who has difficulty making the contribution should contact school to discuss an alternative arrangement.

Charging/Remission of Charges for Residential Visits
It is our aim that no child shall be excluded from a residential visit because their parents are unable to provide the cost. Visits which are arranged are therefore planned with this in mind. Plenty of notice and the opportunity to pay over a long period will always be given.

A subsidy towards the cost of transport on a residential visit may be made to any parent who is experiencing difficulties and contacts school to discuss this. This will be paid from the School Fund.

Complaints Procedure
In the event of any concern regarding the curriculum or its delivery the first person to approach is the Headteacher. The Governing Body has a procedure to be followed if the problem cannot be resolved at this level. Details of this procedure are available on request.

(a) If your child is going to reception class for the first time during the next academic year, you should contact the headteacher during the previous September / October. If the school is not your catchment area school, you must fill in an admission preference form and return it to the school of your choice by the preceding January. You can obtain an admission preference form from the school or from the Education Department.

(b) In all other cases, you should contact the Education Department (address below) or the Headteacher. Transfers between schools will normally take place at the beginning of a school term.

Please note:
If your child attends the nursery class of a school which is not your catchment area school, he or she will not automatically be entitled to a place in that school at the age of 5. However at Three Lane Ends we will always make every effort to accommodate children who have attended our nursery.

Full details of the admission arrangements for schools in Wakefield Metropolitan District are given in the "Guide for Parents". This is produced by Wakefield Local Education Authority and is available in all schools and at the Education Department.

The Education Department of Wakefield Local Education Authority is happy to advise parents on all aspects of admissions to the Authority's schools.

Please write to:
The Education Department, Room 63 (Admissions), County Hall, Wakefield, WF1 2QL
The telephone number is Wakefield (01924) 305618/19/17/20

Parents should note that accepting a place at this school for their child they imply acceptance of school policies and school rules.

We aim:-
to provide an exciting curriculum which will enthuse our pupils with the joy of learning in order to extend each individual to their fullest potential in all areas of knowledge, skills and personal development

to stir the imagination of each individual pupil to express their thoughts and ideas through speech, writing, drama, music and art

to provide children with the opportunity to gain ICT skills and knowledge to equip them with for a life in an increasingly technological world

to consciously provide opportunities for children to experience and appreciate the variety and richness of other cultures, to prepare them for life in a culturally diverse society

to provide equal opportunities for every pupil in school regardless of race, creed, or gender in all school activities both in and out of the classroom

to raise the self-esteem, confidence and aspirations of all our pupils to enable them to fully partake in all aspects of school life and give of their best at all times

to develop a spiritual awareness in all our pupils and engender a sense of awe and fascination of the world to enable them to appreciate and marvel at its many wonders and delights

to set standards of high quality in work, behaviour, attitudes to each other and all other aspects of school life, and encourage parents to support us in achieving this

to work "as partners in learning" with our children to facilitate their unique individual development

to create a warm, caring and welcoming environment where each individual feels a valued part of a community which genuinely cares for, and respects its members

to provide opportunities for pupils to develop their special skills and talents and share them with the school community

to support children with special educational needs so that they too are enabled to reach their fullest potential

to actively involve parents in their own child's learning and development by encouraging them to support their children at home and at school

to encourage parents to play a full part in our school activities for the greater benefit of their children and the school

to exist as part of the local community in a fully integrated way, giving and receiving as needs arise

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