Headteacher

Telephone
Rob Sellors
01624 615995
Deputy Headteacher
Sally Roddy 01624 615995
School Times Morning Afternoon
Reception and KS1 8.55am - 11.45am 1.00 - 3.30pm
KS2 8.55am - 12.00pm 1.00 - 3.30pm
Please note that the morning bell is rung at 8.55am to allow for a prompt start at 9.00am.
Governing Body Name
Education Council Member Mrs Louise Strickett
Parent Governor Mrs Lisa Morris
Teacher Governor Miss Jade Leach
Co-opted Governor Mrs Annie Naylor
Co-opted Governor Vacant Post

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Our School Aims
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Our Seven School Aims We will always try to do the best we can. We will all work hard to make sure everyone feels happy and safe in school. We enjoy learning and improving our skills and knowledge. We feel confident about taking risks and making choices in our learning. We show good manners and res…

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Behaviour Policy
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At Cronk y Berry School (CYB) we aim to provide clearly stated expectations of what constitutes acceptable behaviour combined with effective strategies for managing behaviour on a daily basis. Underpinning this is our central belief and commitment to our core purpose and vision. Whilst the discipli…

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School Ethos and Expectations
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Our positive self discipline strategy is used with uniformity across the school from class to class and the emphasis on this is to reward and praise the expected level of behaviour which the vast majority of our children display on a daily basis. Our main emphasis is always on promoting learning ac…

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Learning and Teaching
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At Cronk y Berry School, we believe in the concept of lifelong learning, and in the idea that both adults and children learn new things every day. We maintain that learning should be a rewarding and enjoyable experience for everyone; in short, it should be fun. Through our teaching, we equip childr…

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Nurture
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At CYB we are committed towards providing a nurturing environment which is supportive to all children. To achieve this more fully, we have a dedicated Nurture facility known as ‘The Sunshine Room’. This area is based on the key principles of Nurture and has been set up to support children to enable…

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Inclusion
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All children are special, and at some time in their school life they may encounter difficulties; even those identified as being exceptionally able will need additional support on occasions. Our policy of inclusion aims to offer all pupils a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum, within the classr…

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Parental Support
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The role of parents We believe that parents have a fundamental role to play in helping children to learn. We do all we can to inform parents about what and how their children are learning: by holding parents' evenings to explain our school strategies for curriculum issues such as literacy, numeracy…

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School Meals and Snacks
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Meals at school The school has its own kitchen and two-course meals are available, as well as the additional option for children to choose from an extensive salad bar. There are also facilities for children to have packed lunches. Dinner money should be brought to school on the first day of the sch…

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Transition
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Inclusion is given a high priority by the school at certain key times of transition for pupils. During the induction process, children are invited into the Reception classes for informal visits in small groups during July and parents are invited to an open evening in June. Meetings may be held in t…

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Extra curricular activities
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After School Club Timetable Nov - Dec 2017 We believe at Cronk y Berry School that the children’s experiences are greatly enriched by additional activities outside normal lesson time. Our staff are committed to running a large number of lunchtime, before and after school clubs and organise a wide v…

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Medicines and school health
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Health The school health service consists of a team of people with special training and experience in child health and development. The team includes school health advisers, school doctors, speech therapists and dentists. Head lice The School Nurse does not inspect children’s hair for the presence…

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School Uniform
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Our pupils enjoy wearing their school uniform and we feel that wearing this does help to develop both a sense of personal pride and togetherness. School Sweatshirt or Cardigan (Black)l Fleece (Black) White Polo Shirt or Blouse. Grey (or dark coloured) Skirt or Trousers. The Polo Shirt, with badge.…

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Absence from school
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Absences and Lateness Please inform school by telephone if your child is going to be absent or late so that we can account for them. We expect children to be punctual and we keep a record if a child is late. If a child is absent and you do not inform us, school will phone to find out where they are…

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Social Media
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We hope that your child's time at the school is happy and productive. We are always happy to discuss matters with parents and carers to ensure every child achieves his or her full potential. If, at any time, you have any concerns about your child at school, then please do not hesitate to contact th…

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Complaints Procedure
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GUIDANCE NOTES FOR PARENTS If you have a concern or complaint We would like you to tell us about it. We welcome any suggestions for improving our service. Be assured that no matter what you want to tell us, our support and respect for you and your child in the school will not be affected in any way…

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Safety at School
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Safety at School All staff are vigilant in making the school building as secure as possible. The doors have one way locks that open from the inside, which prevents strangers walking into school through the many exterior doors. The Department have installed fire alarm and sensor detectors in school…

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