Headteacher: Mr David Brown.
'A very welcoming school!'
'My son's confidence has grown significantly and I believe this is because he is treated as an individual abd his strengths are built on.'
'Children encouraged to help, support and care for each other.'
'Big well done to all the staff at Hallam Fields for promoting great values and attuitudes and remember we are British and celebrating this.'
'I have nothing but praise for the school, and in particular the staff. I have met many of the teachers and all are full of enthusiasm for what they do, and have gone out of their way to ensure that my children's needs are catered for.'
'I hope the next 3 years will hold the same experiences for my little boy.'
Parent Questionnaire - what the school does well - June 2015
'Relationships between teachers and pupils are very strong.'
'In the best lessons teachers make learning as exciting and engaging as possible.'
'Pupils' attitudes to their learning are exemplary. They work well togther in pairs and in small groups, and listen carefully to each other and to their teachers.'
'Pupils' behaviour in and around the school, at play and when learning, is exemplary. They are fully conversant with school rules and make it their business to stick to them.'
'Pupils enjoy coming to school, derive enormous pleasure from the school's 'big fields;, think of each other as 'polite and well mannered', and say that their teachers help and care about them.'
Ofsted June 2013
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School Performance Table
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Hallam Fields Junior School fully recognises its responsibilities for child protection and safeguarding. Our policy, which is reviewed annually, applies to all staff, governors and volunteers working in the school. The designated senior person for child protection and safeguarding is Mr Brown (Headteacher) or in his absence Mrs Carr or Mrs Sibley (Assistant headteachers). If you are concerned about a child's safety or well being please speak to Mr Brown or click on the following link to find more information about reporting a concern yourself. Concerned about a child's safety - what to do....
If you have a complaint we would ask you to please come and talk to us so that we can try to sort out any issues. Please talk to your child's teacher, the school office or make an appointment to see Mr Brown. We also have a complaints procedure which outlines this process. Please click here to download a copy.
Attendance and term time holidays
Holidays in term time - new national directive from 1st September 2013
Under the new legislation from the Government holidays in term time WILL NOT BE ALLOWED. The new regulations mean that the Headteacher MUST NOT grant any holidays in term time unless there is proof of excepitonal circumstances. If an application is to be made a form should be obtained from the school office or school website and sumbitted with proof as requested.
The cost of holidays may appear to be cheaper but the cost to your child's education is far greater.
From 1st September 2013 Penalty Notices will be issued which will be sent to each parent for EACH CHILD.
This is an extract from our attendance policy which can be found by clicking here.
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