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:

Uniform

Uniform price list 2017

FAQs

Lost Property

All personal property brought into school should be clearly marked (sewn-on/iron-on/indelible marked labels). Lost property should be reported initially to the class teacher but it is the owner's responsibility to carry out a search and look in the lost property bin. We cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to personal property.

It is possible to mark almost everything with the owner's name. Please do! It is impossible to sort out ownership when clothing is unmarked.

Jewellery

With the exception of studs or sleepers for pierced ears, no other forms of jewellery or wristbands are permitted. We advise that children who have pierced ears must not wear their earrings on days when they have P.E., games or swimming since they will have to remove them and the school cannot be held responsible for their loss.

If a child has recently had their ears pierced (within 6 weeks) and is unable to remove them, they must be taped over to prevent injury. This is a West Sussex County Council ruling that applies to all schools. 

Valuables

Children may wear watches, but the school cannot be held responsible if these are lost. No money is allowed in school other than that required for outings etc.

Mobile Phones

We ask that mobile phones are not brought into school as a matter of course. However if your child needs their phone for after school they must hand it into the office for safe keeping until the end of the day.

Haircuts

Please ensure that your child has an appropriate haircut. Dyed hair and unusual shaving of heads is not appropriate for primary age children. For health and safety reasons we would prefer children with long hair to have it tied back. 

We would ask that parents regularly check their child’s hair for head lice which continue to be a problem in all schools.