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Parental Information

Information for parents of children in Y2 and Y6 about the SATt's can be found on the link below.

We are always interested in the views of parents about our school. Please come and speak with us about any concerns you may have - we want every child to be happy, safe and clever. We also really appreciate positive feedback - everyone likes to be appreciated (even if its our job) 

  • Ofsted seek parental views about the school via their parent view page - the link for which is attached below.
  • below you will also find the link to our CURRICULUM content. We use the Chris Quigley Essentials Curriculum which covers all aspects of the National curriculum

Please click on the links on the left to the different areas of information.

Please let us know if you'd like to see anything here that currently isn't.

 

OFSTED Parent View

School Direct - Are you thinking about becoming a teacher?

School Direct offer a programme enabling graduates to gain their teaching qualification whilst based in a local school. 

Please  contact The Humber Teaching School which is based at Healing Science Academy on 01472 502400 for more information.

Prospectus and Policies

Our School Prospectus is available in the link to the left. 
Healing Primary is a wonderful school to be proud of but if you would like to suggest any ways in which we can make it even better we would love to hear from you.

Policies: Our policies are all available by clicking in the school information link or by clicking the link in the section above this one.

If you would like to know about anything that you can't find on our website just let us know - we are always happy to talk about our lovely school. 

E-Safety - Please make www.rupertcollins.com your 'safe' homepage

Keeping children safe whilst they are 'online' using the amazing technologies available for them is always a challenge.

We (all of us) need to make sure that we make children aware of the ways in which exposure to a huge amount of information and to virtually everyone in the world can make them potentially vulnerable and at risk of exploitation and harm. 

Please make sure that you:

  • know when your child is 'online'
  • who they are (or who they could be) online with - having warned them about the possibility of people 'pretending' to be someone they're not.
  • restrict their access to inappropriate sites by placing parental controls on your devices.
  • have spoken to your child about what they should do if they come across anything inappropriate

E- Safety

Family Information Service