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At Four Swannes Primary School we are dedicated investors in children. We provide a variety of opportunities that facilitate learning and enable children to be the best that they can be. We encourage, support and motivate every individual child on their learning journey throughout their school life.

Forth coming events

School Nurse clinic

On Monday the 1st February 2016 between 9.15 and 11.15 a.m. the School Nurse will be holding a clinic at Four Swannes for parents who  think their child may have a developmental problem e.g. bed wetting, not sleeping, diet etc.  Please pop in and speak to her, discuss the problem and gain her advice.

 

Contacts

For all school admissions enquiries please ring Herts County (details on our "Contact Us" page).  Should you need to speak to a senior member of staff please ring the school's telephone number and ask to speak to Mrs P.A.Douglas, Deputy Head

School Office Hours

Plase be aware that the School Office telephone will be manned between the hourse of 8.00a.m and 4p.m. Monday to Friday term time only.

School day time table

The school day starts with children coming into school at 8.45 a.m. and registration by 8.50. a.m.  Formal lessons start at 9.10 a.m. with assembly Monday - Friday at 10.20 a.m.  Assembly on Friday, if it is a class assembly, will be at 9.10. a.m.  Lunch is from 12.00 to 1.00 p.m. with school finishing at 3.15 p.m.  Our school is a one level building with wheelchair access and wheelchair accessable toilets.

After school clubs

Four Swannes runs many after school clubs which change throughout the year.  We also have Chexs coming to the school to run parent and child clubs  Please read the many newsletters sent home with your child to see which clubs your child would like to attend.  Also, you can enquire at the School Office, staff will be ony too happy to help.  Four Swannes also run a football team and an athletic team and a school choir, there is great competition for these clubs, so applications must be in early to endeavour to avoid disappointment.

Complaints procedure

Should you wish to lodge a complaint, please arrange an appointment to speak to a member of staff with the office if possible.  Teaching staff are not always available during the day, but an appointment before school or after school is advisable.  The Deputy Head will always try to see you should the Class Teacher not be available or you have an urgent problem which needs discussion.

Snow and bad weather

In the event of bad weather or that the school should have need to close for a period of time unexpectedly, the parents will be notified by the school Texting message system.  It is therefore paramount that you keep the office staff informed of your uptodate telephone number and change of address.

Four Swannes Aims, Values and Ethos

    • To create a happy safe and caring environment where everyone feels supported and valued.
    • To provide breadth and balance within the framework of the Early Learning Goals and the National Curriculum.
    • To monitor and encourage through differentiation, the full development of each child's individual capabilities and to provide the highest academic standards possible.
    • To encourage high standards of behaviour and compliance with the school rules for the happiness, health and safety of everyone.
    • To develop each child's self-esteem and build their confidence enabling them to make decisions and take on responsibilities.
    • To develop sensitivity towards others and to provide opportunities for working co-operatively in a wide range of settings and experiences.
    • To establish and maintain links with the local community and encourage the full involvement of Parents, Pupils and Governors in the life of the school.
    • We believe that these aims will provide the opportunity for our pupils to take their place as valued members of society

School Journey

Year 5 and Year 6 had a wonderful four days at Kingswood Overstrand in  June.  They participated in many activities such as quadbiking, fencing, archery, high ropes and visited the beach to do lovely fun things that all children love to do.  The weather could not have been better and the children all enjoyed themselves at the disco on the last evening.

Dates for your diary

29th January - Choir off to th O2 for the Young Voices concert.

1st Feburary - School Nurse to see Parents re any developmental problems.

9th February - E-safety work shop for parents

11th February - SATs KS1 meeting with parents after school

12th February - Parents Forum, new parents welcome please enquire at office

12th February - FOF's cake sale after school

24th February - "The writing on the wall" play for KS1 and KS2 - Gruffalo and Harry Potter

25th February - Cricket for Ys 3,4,6 start

29th February - Cake decorating for parents - from this date until 21st March please enquire in office for times.

2nd March - Chexs family first aid 9.30 - 11.30 in school hall

7th March - start of growing club

11th - 18th March - Science week in school - various work shops for the children

15th March - 3.30 - 5.20 Easter craft please enquire in office for more details

21st/22nd March - Parent consultations

31st March - 3.30 FOF's cake sale

Forth coming parent workshops

 

"Learn English" lessons again for parents.  These are runn weekly every Monday afternoon starting a 1.00.  All welcome

E-safety work shop or parents

Mrs Kanatli and Mrs Douglas will be holding an e-safety work shop for parents in the school hall at 9.15 a.m. on Tuesday 9th February.  The intention of this work shop is to identify areas of the internet where parents should be aware could be dangerous for children to explore.

Links & other useful information:


OFSTED report


Performance Tables