Shiremoor Primary would like to wish you a warm welcome.
Parents and carers can find a variety of information on our website and Twitter pages but should you require further information, please contact the school office on 0191 2524188 or email@example.com
Shiremoor Treat 2019
Extreme Winter Conditions Procedures
If weather conditions deteriorate over the winter we may have to close the gates to the school yard as the pathways could be slippery or inaccessible.
The arrangements for this are as follows:
- Nursery, Reception, Years 1,2,3,4,5 and 6 children to arrive at school via the main entrance.
- 2 year old and Rising 3’s provision to enter and exit school via back door (green gates next to bungalow).
Due to the volume of people at the entrance we ask that adults leave their child in the morning to enter school without them as staff will be at the front door to see them to their classrooms.
At the end of the school day, no adults will be permitted into school until 3pm. Parents are to arrive at the main entrance (see below arrival times) where they should go directly to the classroom of their youngest child. All older siblings will also be waiting in this classroom. Parents should then exit the premises either by the main door or by the back door (next to the bungalow). Members of staff will be on both doors to support parents.
Please note the following year groups and collection times as collection time will be staggered:
- 3:00pm – 2 year old provision / Rising 3’s / Nursery / Reception
- 3:05pm – Year 1
- 3:10pm – Year 2
- 3:15pm – All Key Stage 2
No child will be released from school earlier than the above times without an appointment card.
Children who walk home alone, will be allowed to exit from the main entrance at 3.15pm. Any adults using main entrance should ensure that children have right of way.
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR EFFORTS BY LISTENING AND FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS STAFF GIVE, AS WE HAVE A LARGE NUMBER OF CHILDREN TO CARE FOR AND CROWDING AROUND THE ENTRANCE/EXITS CAN CAUSE UNNECESSARY PROBLEMS.
There may be delays and difficulties for individuals within these arrangements but our duty is to ensure the health and safety of children and therefore this will take priority. We ask that all adults are supportive of this and remind parents that any adult on the premises is acting as a role model for children.
If this procedure is to be put in place a notification will be put on this website and Twitter.
Please check these daily for updated information.
Our three week school menu started on Monday 3rd June 2019, with a choice of four main courses and a selection of puddings prepared every day by your school’s catering team. In addition, children also have a choice of salads to choose from.
Please click on the links below to view the menu options each week.
Further information can be found on North Tyneside Council’s Website.
You can view the menu online through JOINOS, www.joinos.com. Choose to save the link through your smart phone so you can see the daily menu whilst on the go.
New to JOINOS
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to request a JOINOS code, quoting your child’s name, school, year and class.
Paying for School Meals
JOINOS allows you to manage your child’s school meal account. By using JOINOS you will be able to check meals taken, balances and make payments. Please register even if your child takes a packed lunch to ensure they are only coming in for a meal when you want them to.
How to raise a concern or make a complaint
A concern or complaint can be made in person, in writing or by telephone. They may also be made by a third party acting on behalf on a complainant, as long as they have appropriate consent to do so.
Concerns should be raised with either the class teacher or Headteacher. If the issue remains unresolved, the next step is to make a formal complaint.
Complainants should not approach individual staff to raise concerns or complaints. They have no power to act on an individual basis and it may also prevent them from considering complaints at Stage 2 of the procedure.
Complaints against school staff (except the Headteacher) should be made in the first instance, to the Headteacher via the school office. Please mark them as Private and Confidential.
Complaints that involve or are about the Headteacher should be addressed to Mr. Hill, Chair of Governors via the school office. Please mark them as Private and Confidential.
Complaints about the Chair of Governors, should be addressed to the Vice Chair, Mr. Patrick via the school office. Please mark them as Private and Confidential.
In accordance with equality law, we will consider making reasonable adjustments if required, to enable complainants to access and complete this complaints procedure. For instance, providing information in alternative formats, assisting complainants in raising a formal complaint or holding meetings in accessible locations.
For further information please click the link below to find our Complaints Procedure Policy.
Announcement of Adoption Service Review
North Tyneside Fostering & Adoption Service have commissioned Adoption UK, the leading charity providing support, awareness and understanding for those parenting or supporting children who cannot live with their birth parents, to find out the needs of both people who have adopted through North Tyneside and adopters from other agencies who currently live in North Tyneside in January and February 2016.
Adoption UK will be conducting an online survey, holding 2 focus groups (1 weekend, 1 evening) and interviewing up to 10 local adopters and will produce a report and make recommendations based on the findings. All feedback from adopters will be strictly confidential.
If you are interested in taking part and would like more information you can contact the Fostering & Adoption Service directly by emailing
or contact Helen King (Adoption UK Regional Manager) by emailing email@example.com
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