Information for Parents

The School Day

School Starts

8:50am    

Children will be collected  from  the playground by their Class Teachers                    

9am    

Registers open     

9.10am

Registers close

Lunchtime

12.15 – 1.15pm for all children             

12:15 – 12:45pm

Reception/KS1 Pupils (lunch served)  

12:45 – 1:15pm  

KS2 Pupils (lunch served)

End of the Day

3:15pm 

Reception children to be collected from their Classroom door                    

3:15pm  

KS1 and KS2 to be collected from the  main playground or Classroom doors

The School gates will be open from 8.40am and 3.10pm

Parents should inform the school if there are to be changes in home-time arrangements

Uniform

Boys

  • White or pale blue shirt – Short sleeved shirts can be worn in the Summer Term
  • Grey trousers – Grey shorts can be worn in the Summer Term
  • Navy knitted v-necked jumper with/without the school logo
  • School tie
  • Grey socks
  • Black shoes

Girls

  • White or pale blue shirt – Short sleeved shirts can be worn in the Summer Term
  • Grey skirt (knee length with no frills), grey trousers or grey pinafore dress
  • Gingham summer dress – Summer Term only (no tie needs to be worn)
  • Navy knitted v-necked jumper with/without the school logo
  • School tie
  • Grey or navy tights/socks
  • Black shoes
  • Navy or blue simple hair accessories (no flowers or unsuitable accessories)

Optional items

  • School navy cap with school logo
  • Navy blue book bag
  • School navy reversible fleece/waterproof jacket with school logo

Items with the Feering logo are available for purchase here.

Second hand uniform is available from Mrs Irene Beesley (parent). A list of current items and contact details are attached. Second hand uniform

PE Kit

Indoor kit

Indoor kit should be kept in school at all times, in a named PE bag.

  • Navy blue shorts
  • Feering School t-shirt (pale blue)
  • Plimsolls

Outdoor kit

For the Autumn and Spring terms only. In the Summer term, indoor kits are worn. School tracksuit or

  • Plain navy jogging / tracksuit bottoms
  • Plain white t-shirt / polo shirt
  • Plain navy sweatshirt
  • Trainers

House events

T-shirts with the Feering school logo are available in House colours from the website below.

Swimming kit

Girls: One-piece costume

Boys: Shorts or trunks. Shorts must be above the knee.

Items with the Feering logo are available for purchase here.

School Lunches

All school lunches need to be ordered online by 8.30am on Monday for that week.  If you have any problems, please do not hesitate to contact the school office or our catering company – Total Catering Solutions (TCS) on 01474 338739.

Their website address is www.totaleducationcatering.com

Week One

w/c 17.04.17,  08.05.17, 05.06.17, 26.06.17

and 17.07.17

Week Two

w/c 24.04.17, 15.05.17, 12.06.17

and 03.07.17

Week Three

w/c 01.05.17, 22.05.17, 19.06.17

and 10.07.17

Monday

Pasta Bolognaise with Cheese Sprinkles

Jacket Potato with Topping

Garlic Bread, Green Beans and Cauliflower

Fresh Strawberry Sponge with Topping

Monday

Chicken Bites with a Sweet and Sour Dip

Veggie Nuggets

Rainbow Rice,  Green Beans or Baked Beans

Jaffa Chocolate Sponge with Chocolate Sauce

Monday

Butchers Pork Sausages

Veggie Sausages

Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Carrots and Peas

Apple and Orange Crumble with Custard

Tuesday

Mild Piri Piri Chicken

Macaroni Cheese

Pilau Rice, Sweetcorn and Peas

Shortbread Biscuit/Fruit Mousse

Tuesday

Homemade Meat Pizza

Homemade Veggie Pizza

Wholegrain Pasta Salad, Sweetcorn, Coleslaw

Fruity Flapjack

Tuesday

Chinese Chicken Noodles

Veggie Chinese Noodles

Sweetcorn and Green Beans

Chocolate Muffin

Wednesday

Butchers Organic Beef Burger in a Bun

Quorn 1/4lb Burger in a Bun

Potato Wedges, Homemade Coleslaw, Baked Beans

Jam Tart with Custard

Wednesday

Sticky Chicken

Jacket Potato with Topping

Rice, Broccoli and Sweetcorn

Banoffee Pie

Wednesday

Summer Picnic Bag

(Filled Baguette, Salad Sticks, Fruit Pot,

Cake and Drink)

Thursday

Roast Turkey, Yorkshire Pudding and Gravy

Veggie Sausage

Roast Potatoes, Broccoli and Carrots

Fruit Jelly and Ice Cream

Thursday

Roast Gammon with Yorkshire Pudding

Veggie Toad in the Hole

Roast Potatoes, Carrots and Cabbage

SFruit Jelly with Topping

Thursday

Roast Turkey with Yorkshire Pudding

Quorn Roast

Roast Potatoes, Cabbage and Carrots

Strawberry Mousse/ Jelly and Topping

Friday

Fish Fingers

Jacket Potato with Topping

Chips, Baked Beans or Garden Peas

Arctic Roll or Oat Cookie with Milkshake

Friday

Battered Fish Portion

Jacket Potato with Topping

Chips, Baked Beans or Peas

Marble Sponge with Custard/Mousse

Friday

 Jumbo Fish Fingers

Cheese and Onion Pasty

Chips, Baked Beans or Peas

Ice Cream with Fruit/Cheese and Crackers

Pupil Premium Information

Please find below information regarding eligibility and how to apply for Free School Meals. This differs from Universal Free School Meals which provides lunches for all children in EYFS and KS1.

If you feel that you would be eligible and would like to apply, please complete the attached form and return it to the School Office as soon as possible.

Pupil Premium Information Pamphlet 2016/17

Pupil Premium Form

FPTA

Our main objective is to raise funds for the benefit of the children of Feering school. We organise a number of events for the children throughout the year. Examples include marathons, discos, treasure hunts and a Christmas Fayre. For the whole family there are quiz nights and separate parent functions – a great way for parents to get to know one another and get involved in the school community. In recent years the FPTA has been proud to raise funds that have benefited the children in a variety of ways. These funds have, among other things, bought science equipment, IT equipment, new whiteboards for the classrooms, football equipment, a lighting system for school plays and provided coach travel and ice-cream at the school Christmas pantomime trip. There are also a series of fundraising events taking place, see details on posters around the school and the ‘upcoming events’ pages. All parents and carers of Feering school children are welcome to join the Feering Parents and Teachers Association (FPTA), to share new ideas and fundraising suggestions and get involved in the events. Meetings are informal and friendly, providing an excellent opportunity for parents to play an active and positive part in the school community and have their say in how funds are spent.

If you would like to contact the FPTA their email address is:

feeringpta@gmail.com

 

 

ingpta@gmail.com

Forms
Parentmail

Feering Primary School use Parentmail PMX as our electronic communications system to parents. Once you have registered, you will be able to make online payments, give parental consent for trips/activities, report absences etc as well as receiving all letters and correspondence from the School electronically either via email/text or the Parentmail App.

If you would like any assistance with Parentmail, please do not hesitate to contact the School Office on 01376 570296.

Club's List

Please follow the link below for a list of clubs running this term:

Club’s List for the Summer Term 2017

If you would like your child to take part in an after school club, please contact the school office for a permission slip.

School Closure Notifications

In an emergency or due to inclement weather, we may have to close the school. If this were to happen, parents will be sent a text message via Parentmail and on the website the school status will be changed to ‘closed’. School closure notifications will no longer be issued on the radio but instead be listed on the Essex County Council – School Closures page. We will try to keep the school open where possible but will endeavour to give parents as much notice as possible to save unnecessary travel.

Holiday in Term Time Regulations

From 1 September 2013, Head Teachers are no longer permitted to grant leave of absence during term time. There would need to be exceptional circumstances.

Letter to Parents – Holiday Regulations

Persistent Absentees

From 1 September 2015, the Government reduced the threshold from 15% to 10%.  This will now class a child with attendance below 90% as a persistent absentee, compared with the previous figure of 85%, regardless of whether the school has authorised or unauthorised the absence.  This equates to 38 sessions or 19 days of absence across the year.

Persistent Absentees Letter


To make an appointment to view the school or to ask any questions, please contact the school office on 01376 570296