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Highgate Primary School
Highgate Road, Dudley,DY2 0SN Woodside
01384 818245


This Parents’ Handbook to the best of our knowledge, complies with the current requirements of Education Acts and contains information for you a parent or guardian about Highgate Primary School.  We hope you find it useful – and we will be pleased to hear or read of your comments or queries so that we can improve on its various aspects.

 Although information is currently correct, minor changes will occur and updated sheets will be forwarded to you from time to time.

 Access to further information may be obtained in school concerning:

  • The academic record of your child.

  • The Local education Authority’s statement of Curriculum Policy.

  • School Policy Documents.

  • Minutes of the Governing Body and its Committees.

  • Any OFSTED report relating expressly to the school.

All the adults who work at Highgate Primary School (Many of whom are volunteer helpers) are part of a team which is there to serve the educational needs of our pupils.  Governors, Teachers, NNEBs, Classroom Assistants, Reading Buddies, Secretarial Staff, Cleaners, Cooks, Dinner ladies and our Caretaker all have an important role to play.  We work together and, with the co-operation of grown-ups at home, we will provide the best in education provision for your child.


Highgate Primary School aims to deliver a balanced and broad curriculum.


·        The statutory requirements of the National Curriculum and Religious Education are met.


·        The curriculum will promote all pupils’ intellectual, physical, personal, emotional and social development.


·        Highgate Primary School will prepare its pupils for the next stage in education.


·        Equality of access and opportunity for pupils to make progress is maintained.


·        Pupils with Special Educational Needs are educated in accordance with the Special Educational Needs Code of Practice.


·        Pupils for whom English is a second language can receive additional support from staff specially trained for their particular needs – so that they can access the National Curriculum.


·        The curriculum at Highgate Primary School is planned carefully, providing continuity and progression of learning from Reception to Year 6.


·        Systems for assessing and recording pupils’ attainment are in place and assessment information is used to inform future curriculum planning.


·        Should you have any worries about the work your child is doing at school please contact the Headteacher or Deputy Headteacher who will discuss your concerns with you.


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