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St Mary’s Infants School
St Mary’s Way

Tel: 01462 892347


Miss Tyrrell will be in the School Office from 8.30 am until 4.00 pm – Monday to Friday, (during term time) to answer all of your queries.  

Should you require a paper copy of any information included in this website, please contact the School Office and these can be provided free of charge.

A close and happy relationship between home and school is essential in supporting a child’s educational experiences and progress. Parents are encouraged to contact the appropriate member of staff if a problem occurs or advice is needed. We, in turn, will be in touch whenever the need arises. Even if the problem seems trivial but is upsetting your child, please let us know.

Should you wish to speak to a member of staff on a matter taking more than a few moments, it is advisable to make an appointment for after school to ensure that he/she is free of any other pressing commitments.

Parent/Teacher Consultation Evenings are held in the Autumn and Spring Terms each year, and parents receive a written report at the end of each school year which will indicate children’s progress in all areas of the curriculum. 

Class Dojo

Parents can receive an insight into their child’s daily life in school by joining us on Class Dojo.  It also allows direct communication with a child’s teacher through the messaging facility.

If you would like to join us on Class Dojo, please contact the school office.

School Gateway

School Gateway in an online service that can be used to make payments to the school electronically, receive important information from the office such as Newsletters, School Closures etc and is also used for Parent Evening Bookings.

To join School Gateway, please download the app and complete the parent and child details to register.

Emergency Closures

In order to ensure parents and guardians are informed as quickly as possible of anything that may have an impact on a normal school day, parents will be communicated with via School Comms. Teachers will also send a notification on Dojo. 

Emails to staff

All emails to staff must be sent through via This will ensure that if any staff member is absent that your communication will still be acknowledged and passed onto another member of staff who can support you in the meantime. Please see below who you need to direct particular correspondence to. This will help us all to communicate in a timely manner.


Health and Safety


Early Years

Key Stage 1


Miss Edey

Miss Moss


Miss Watson

Miss Tyrrell

Mrs Prue

Mrs Sumal

Miss Moss

Please see below the procedures for raising concerns.

Safeguarding concerns should be raised with the Headteacher or Designated Senior Person on duty by ringing into the school office. Details of your concern should not be emailed into school in case this is not acknowledged with haste and should not be shared with administrative staff.  Details should not be shared with any other individuals to protect and safeguard any child that the concern relates to. 


If you have a pastoral query, please contact Miss Moss via

If your concern is out of school hours, then you should ring children’s social care on 0300 123 4043 without delay. 

Raising Concerns

Safeguarding concerns:

Any Safeguarding concerns should be reported directly to the Headteacher or Designated Senior Person (DSP) Miss Moss, or Miss Edey by ringing into the school office. 


If you wish to make an allegation against a member of staff that could indicate that a child is at risk of harm, you must contact the headteacher without delay. Please do not send the context of your allegation via the admin email, as this information cannot be shared.  Allegations against members of staff must not be shared with other designated safeguarding leaders other than the headteacher.  If your allegation is against the headteacher, then you must contact the Chair of Governors without delay.

Communication Flowchart for Parents and Carers

Please ensure that you follow these procedures for your concerns to be dealt with as quickly as possible. Prior to any meeting with the Deputy Headteacher or Head teacher, all meeting records will be shared with Senior Leaders to progress the next steps as effectively as possible. Parents will be directed to the correct member of staff who can deal with their issue by Senior Leaders, given the nature of the concern and if the above procedures have not yet been followed.