All visitors to Hazelmere Junior School should come in through our front entrance.  This is vital to ensure the safety of our children.  Please do not enter the school via a side/back entrance or classroom door, unless you are specifically invited in and escorted by a member of staff.

A fabulous and informative coffee morning was held where parents could come in an observe the different interventions on offer in the Learning Suite.  Many parents were delighted to learn some new games to play with a pack of cards, ideas on how to make learning fun at home.  It was so successful we plan to hold another session next term.

How to keep your child healthy, click the link below to reach the 'Parent Info'  page

http://parentinfo.org/article/healthy-eating-a-parents-guide

 

PARENT QUESTIONNAIRE

Four years ago when Ofsted inspected our school and valued the input from you, the parents.  It is our intention to continue to involve you in helping us ensure that your child feels both happy and safe and are able to fulfil their potential in our care.

We would be grateful if you could complete the questionnaire (click here) to enable us to make decisions to maintain a good standard of care for you and your child.

We have included space for you to make additional comments.  If you would like us to get back to you quickly about any of the comments you make, there is a section for you to complete telling us who you are, but please feel free to remain anonymous if you wish.

Thank you for your help and continued support.

  

LINKS FOR PARENTS 

Essex County Council

The Essex County Council homepage. Find information about all county council services such as school admissions.

Department for Education

The DfE homepage.

Parent Pages 

THE national directory of services aimed at parents

DirectGov 

The latest and widest range of public service information from the UK government.

Parents' Resources 

Articles written by practising teachers designed to help with the education of your child.

BBC Adult Learning 

Lots of information about getting into learning.

BBC Parenting Site

Advice for parents of primary-aged children.