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Beanfield Primary School

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  • Apply for a Primary School Place here at Beanfield - Tours

    Published 07/09/22

    Thinking of an engaging and nurturing learning environment for your child? 

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  • Anna Freud - National Centre for Children and Families

    Published 15/07/20

    Anna Freud - National Centre for Children and Families

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  • Starline - Parent Helpline for Home Learning

    Published 24/04/20

    Parent Helpline for Home Learning

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  • Do you need support at Home?

    Published 22/04/20

    Should you need support during these unprecedented times please contact the Wellbeing Team for support on wellbeing@beanfieldprimary.org.

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  • The Home Office has highlighted the issue of Domestic Abuse

    Published 20/04/20

    Domestic Violence The Home Office has highlighted the issue of Domestic Abuse Support during the Coronavirus Lockdown and states that under the current lockdown conditions, victims are still legally allowed to leave their homes to access domestic abuse support and resources. Guidance can be accessed using the link below which we would urge you to share with all staff and families: 

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  • Physical Activities

    Published 23/03/20

    Physical Activities - curriculum links for supporting children at home

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  • Parking Near the School Site

    Published 15/01/19

    Parking near the school site and considerate road use.

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  • Important information from Brooke Weston Trust regarding student absence

    Published 05/10/17

    Brooke Weston Trust Academies and the Local Authority are continuing to work together to reduce the amount of leave taken in term time by issuing Penalty Notices under Section 444(1) of the Education Act 1996 (amended regulations 2013).

    Parents need to be aware that as of Monday 25th April 2016, NCC changed their Code of Conduct which meant a Penalty Notice could be issued for 5 days of absence (10 sessions). This was placed on hold while the Isle of Wight case was heard. As the outcome is now known, NCC are implementing the Code of Conduct with immediate effect.

    There is clear evidence that any absence can and will have an impact on attainment. It is therefore important that schools maintain good attendance levels and that parents support this by ensuring their children attend school regularly. Whilst parents/guardians can provide explanations for absences, it is at the Academy's discretion as to whether the absence will be authorised or unauthorised.

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