We welcome feedback and comments from all our parents and members of our community. There are lots of ways to communicate with us!
Our postal address and number are below.
Chagford Church of England Primary School
Tel: 01647 432412
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for all non-urgent matters.
Parent Communications – Contacting school
To update us about your child, particularly about changes to pick-ups or drop-offs, please use email@example.com as we check this more regularly.
For any class enquiries, please see your child’s class teacher or Mrs. Wiseman our Headteacher. The school administrator is able to help with any general enquiries.
School Newsletters and Class Blogs
Please subscribe to our newsletters and class blogs – they really are the best way to keep up to date with what is happening in and around the school, including curriculum information, notification of trips or clubs, and what is happening in your child’s class. If you need help to set this up, please contact the school office. If you do not have access to a computer, please let us know and we can give a paper copy of our newsletter or class blogs.
Home School Diary
All children have a home school diary which encourages regular communication between teachers and parents (communication ranges from spellings and achievements). Messages are written in this book and it is also used to record daily reading, comments and book titles. Many teachers also use it to record weekly spellings, as well as using it to communicate praise and achievements often in the form of stickers.
This is a free service which allows the school to send you a variety of information and messages, via email and SMS. We encourage parents to download the app (if you have a smartphone) as this means the school saves money! Details on any school closure during adverse weather is particularly helpful for parents and carers. We are only able to keep in touch with parents if contact details up to date! If you need to amend your details please contact the school office. To register, please click on the SchoolGateway link on the homepage.
Please visit our About / Our Governors page for information about our governing body.
Our PTFA is very active, and provide a wonderful means of support and fun for the children at the school. The PTFA really benefits from having a large bank of volunteers to draw on, as well as a dedicated, hard working committee. We liaise with the PTFA to help us plan fun things for the children, such as new play equipment, trips to the theatre, and resources for our Thrive room. Please see the About/ Our PTFA tab for more information.
We hold formal parent’s consultation evenings twice a year – in October and in February, at which you can discuss your child’s progress and targets. However, class teachers are always happy to make themselves available by appointment, or at the start of the school day if urgent to discuss any aspect of your child’s learning.
Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school.Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of your child’s school, from the quality of teaching to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. You will have to register to use the site the first time, then you can update your views as often as you wish. You will also be able to see what other parents think about the school. Ofsted will use this information when they prepare to inspect our school. Click here to visit the Parentview website
We hope that early conversation with our staff will resolve any concerns or complaints you may have, however, if you do wish to make a formal complaint, please use the Dartmoor Multi Academy Trust Complaints Form and Policy.