St Thomas CE (VC) Primary School
8.30am - 4.30pm
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Our school works closely with the other schools around us to provide additional opportunities for our children. To find out about who we work with, and what we do click here...
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Our school works hard to create strong and positive relationships with our families. Every Friday we host our 'Good Work Assembly' where we celebrate the achievements of the children and catch up afterwards over a cup of tea. We also have our 'Friends of St Thomas' parent group, who have fund raised thousands of pounds to buy additional resources for the children.
From the day that our children enter the school, we prioritise family collaboration. Whether it is to support our families through multi-agency working, to share ideas about how to help children to reach their potential or to assist and support any additional needs. Our school is a community school and so we are always happy to talk. We regularly ask the opinion of our families to try and make sure that we're getting it right. To read the outcome of our most recent survey, see below.
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It's really important that we are able to find out what your thoughts are about school life. To do this, we often have questionnares that give families the chance to share any concerns or worries and also to let us know if you think that we are doing a good job. When we recieve a concern, we can follow things up quicly. When we recieve any feedback, it's good for us to see if we can make any adjustments that can help. Thank you to everyone that contributes.
This is just one example of us working together.
You can view the feedback below, with the comments removed for privacy so that we can respond to them.
Please click on this link to view the full version: https://www.westyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk/our-business/the-police-crime-plan.aspx