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Parents Zone


Welcome to the Parents Section of our website. We hope that you will find all of the information that you need. Our aim is to keep you informed and up-to-date with what is going on at Old Fletton Primary School. Please click on the headings on the left to find more information about specific areas of school life. You will also find more details about future events in the 'About Us - Calendar' area. New parents can find lots or really useful information within the 'Starting School' area, put together by our parent governors. In September 2014 it became a requirement to publish our SEND local offer; a guide to the provision parents can expect for children with special educational needs and disabilities and this can be found in the 'About Us - SEND local offer' area.


We would love to hear what you think about our website and would welcome your suggestions about any additional information that you would like to find here in the future. Please click here to send us a message.



Parents of the children at our school are sent a questionnaire each year so that we can gather your views and consider suggestions. We value and appreciate you taking the time to complete these questionnaires. By using the link below you can view the latest results of our survey. In addition to this we would also encourage you to let Ofsted know what you think about our school. They have introduced an online survey called Parent View. Parent View asks you for your opinion on 12 aspects of the school. Ofsted will use this information before inspecting our school and once enough people have taken part you will be able to see what other parents have said about the school. Please use this link to find out more and complete the survey.


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With so much in the news recently about children and mental health we thought it might be helpful to share some information that was recently sent to school by a group who have worked with childrens' charities, including Action for Children and The Children's Society, about recognising childhood anxiety. Please use this link to find more information