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Parents Zone

In this section you can find useful information like term dates, uniform and school meals. If you'd like to get involved with our parent association The BFC or if you need information on our CREW clubs or Breakfast Club you are in the right place. Below you can find up to date information on Covid-19 and Class email addresses. For information on Mental Health and Mentally Healthy Schools scroll to the bottom of this page.

For a comprehensive list of Parent Survival Guides please scroll to the bottom and click on the links.

Early Help Early Help helps families recognise where they may benefit from extra help with parenting, money matters, antisocial behaviour, education, employment and health. Please click here HERE for more informtion on Early Help. 


Behaviour Curriculum 

Please click here 'Behavior Curriculum' for up-to-date information on the Behaviour Curriculum. 

High expectations for behaviour and attitudes should include the development of core values such as respect for self and others, resilience and motivation to succeed.” Positive learning behaviour is about creating an environment where students are encouraged to take ownership of their learning.


2023-24 term dates

  • Term 1 - Monday 04 September 2023 to Friday 20 October 2023.      Inset 4th and 5th September 
  • Term 2 - Monday 30 October 2023 to Wednesday 20 December 2023.
  • Term 3 - Thursday 04 January 2024 to Friday 09 February 2024.         Inset 4th January   
  • Term 4 - Monday 19 February 2024 to Thursday 28 March 2024.        Inset 19th February
  • Term 5 - Monday 15 April 2024 to Friday 24 May 2024.
  • Term 6 - Monday 03 June 2024 to Tuesday 23 July 2024                        Inset 23rd July


Road Safety

The website BRAKE has advice for parents travelling with children in the car, families on foot, cycling, crossing the road and more.

THINK! also runs a road safety campaign with advice and guidance for parents including road safety videos highlighting the importance of staying safe near roads.   

There are tasks you can complete with your child/children in the pupil zone, please access these by clicking on the link below.



Mental Health Information for Parents

Mentally Healthy Schools resources

To help schools and Parents rebuild and recover Mentally Healthy Schools has created a set of practical resources to help make the transition back to school easier for everyone, and help the whole school community rebuild and recover. The resources are designed to be social distancing-friendly and are suitable for all schools. They contain lesson plans for teachers, advice and guidance for parents, and simple activities for children to complete in class or at home.