Sheddingdean Community Primary School

Sheddingdean Community Primary School

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Ofsted 2011: "Parents and carers are very supportive of the school and one parent's comments sums up the views of others"
"The children are known as individuals and their educational needs are quickly identified and catered for."
"We view education as a partnership between home and school, a continuous process. We aim to involve parents/carers closely throughout the child's whole time at school."

Notices:

Fairtrade Representatives

Fairtrade has long had a high profile at Sheddingdean and we have been a Fairtrade school for a number of years now. This means that both pupils and teachers hear about and are actively involved in the learning, awareness and promotion of Fairtrade. Our Fairtrade representatives are a very important part of this. They are chosen from Years 6 and 5 – 4 pupils in total. They join the school’s Fairtrade committee made up of members of the senior leadership team and other staff. This committee meets twice a term. It is the Fairtrade representatives who drive all the activities in school, suggesting ideas and leading assemblies. The aim is for 100% pupil awareness of what Fairtrade is and why it’s important. Pupils know they are part of something that is happening all over the country and around the world -and it’s great fun too!

 

Minutes of meeting 19.01.16