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Code of Conduct for Parents, Carers and Visitors
At Meadow View Primary School we strive to build a strong relationship with parents in order to help create a stimulating learning environment which continues from school to home, providing all pupils with the opportunity to achieve to the best of their ability.
In order to create a welcoming and safe learning environment, the school implements a specifically designed set of rules regarding behaviour and conduct which parents and visitors are expected to act in accordance with.
Our Code of Conduct for Parents, Carers and Visitors outlines the manner in which parents are expected to act whilst on school premises, as well as detailing the type of behaviour which will not be tolerated. This is so we can continue to flourish, progress and achieve in an atmosphere of mutual understanding.
Most Rotherham schools have the same holiday dates.
Dates for the 2020/21 Academic Year can be found on the RMBC website.
Dates for 2021/22 Academic Year are also available to download on the RMBC website.
Please note: INSET dates are not included in the above links.
INSET dates for 2020/21 Academic Year:
- Tuesday 1st September 2020
- Wednesday 2nd September 2020
- Monday 7th June 2020
- Monday 19th July 2020
- Tuesday 20th July 2020
30 hours free childcare
Currently all 3 & 4 year olds are entitled to 15 hours a week of free early learning (From the term after the 3rd birthday).
From September 2017 this has been doubled to 30 hours for working families. Please click on the following link for further information.
Parent Survey 2019
Thank you to all the parents who returned the survey in March 2019. The information has been very useful to support the school in making informed decisions. We thought that now we have been working hard on the information, you would like to know what we've been doing in school in response to your feedback.
Our Parent Survey 2019 Analysis is available to download
By attending the Parent Council Meetings, our Parent Councillors are making a positive difference to school life.
There will be occasions when parents or carers are dissatisfied with what is happening in school. Similarly, neighbours of the school or other members of the local community may be dissatisfied by some aspect of school life.
Section 29 of the Education Act 2002, places a duty on Governing Bodies of all maintained schools and maintained nursery schools in England, to have in place a procedure to deal with complaints relating to the school and to any community facilities or services that the school provides. The law also requires the procedure to be publicised.
Our Complaints Policy and Procedure is available to download.
We give careful consideration to all complaints and deal with them as swiftly as possible. We aim to resolve any complaint initially informally through dialogue and mutual understanding. We provide sufficient opportunity for any complaint to be fully discussed, and then resolved at an informal level.
Our school dinners here at Meadow View are excellent, with many of the meals freshly made onsite every day for our children to enjoy.
The latest Three Choice Menu (from April 2020) is available to download.
All menus are designed to meet the national nutritional standards so that the children of Rotherham benefit in receiving the all the required elements for their growth and development.
Prices are £2.05 per day and £10.25 for the full week.
As we are now a cashless school, payments for school dinners must be made via the SchoolMoney Online Payment System, or at a Paypoint location (see below for more information about the SchoolMoney Payment System).
Our school dinners are proving very popular and we would like to thank our dinner time team who continue to provide the children with healthy and nutritious meals. If your child currently has a packed lunch, they may wish to try a school dinner - they are highly recommended.
Free School Dinners
Paper proof of benefits is no longer required to process a claim for Free School Meals. Proof will only be needed if entitlement cannot be confirmed through our systems. There is a new application form that can be completed online which can be found by visiting the following link: Apply for free school meals
As part of promoting the school as a family we have a school dress code. Please ensure your child has a school uniform and the correct PE kit.
Please remember to write your child's name on all clothing.
Our uniform is:
- Dark blue jumper or cardigan (bearing the school logo is optional)
- A white or light blue polo shirt
- Dark trousers or skirt - black or navy but not denim
- Light blue gingham dress
- Black shoes or trainers
School Uniform Price List
Items can be ordered online on the School Money Payment System.
SchoolMoney Payment System
We are now a cashless school. All monies for dinner, trips, uniform and clubs must be paid online, using the School Money Payment System, or at a Paypoint location. The nearest Paypoints are on South Street, Fellowsfield Way or at the Co-op.
More information about the SchoolMoney Payment System can be found on the SchoolMoney website.
Links to other useful websites
Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about our school. We encourage you to share your views, as you'll be helping our school to improve. You will also be able to see what other parents have said about our school.
Starting primary school - Admission and Appeal information for Rotherham MBC area.
Department for Education - Lots of education information including School Performance Tables.
NSPCC Guide - A parents' guide to being Share Aware
Helping you to keep your child safe online.
We tell children it's good to share, but online it's different. That's why we're asking parents to be Share Aware.
The NSPCC have put together this guide. To reassure you, and give you the information and advice you'll need to keep your child safe online.
The guidance is actually really simple - it's all about talking to your child, getting the family involved, and finding out what you can do.
More E-safety guidance
The following sites can help our children to stay safe online:
Useful Guides for Parents
NSPCC Guide - Is my child ready to be left alone?
A question every parent has to face.
When it comes to leaving your child alone, how soon is too soon?
Whether they're staying home alone for an hour or so, or you're thinking of leaving them for longer - how do they feel about this? How can you make sure your child is safe?
Packed with advice, tips and practical tools, this guide can help you make decisions that are right for your child.
Rotherham NHS Guide - Keeping Your Child's Bladder Healthy
An information guide for parents and schools.
Our service was set up to help to improve the quality of lives of children and their families, by using all the latest information and guidance on enuresis to ensure we deliver a unique, child and family-centred approach.
We aim to help children and families who have any toileting issues/concerns such as bedwetting, toilet avoidance, delayed toileting, daytime wetting issues that have not yet resolved.