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 General Information

Welcome from our Head Teacher

Our School Mission Statement

The Christian Ethos of Our School

Contact with School

Home School Agreement

Our Friday Notes

Our School Calendar

Our School Holidays

Our School Website Guide

Parental Responsibility

Pupil Entitlement

School Governors

School Meals

School Staff

School Uniform

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School Information Regulations 


Admission Arrangements

Nursery places

Tameside School Admissions

'Starting Out' in Reception

'Moving On' to Year 7

Tameside online application link

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Policies and Procedures

Asthma Policy

Attendance Policy

Behaviour Policy: Good to be Green

British Values Statement

Charging Policy

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy

Community Cohesion Policy

Complaints Procedure

Confidentiality Policy

Equality Scheme

E-Safety Policy

Handwriting Policy (Appendices)

Homework Policy

Looked After Children Policy

Preventing Extremism and Radicalisation Policy

Privacy Notice

Pupil Premium

Security Policy

Special Educational Needs (including the School Information Report and link to the Local Offer)

Sports Premium

Sex and Relationship Education

Supporting Children with Medical Conditions

Teaching and Learning Policy

Whistleblowing Policy

Young Carers Policy

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Our Key Stage 2 SATs Results

Our Ofsted Report

Our Parent Questionnaire Results

Our Parent View

Our Performance Tables

Our Pupil Questionnaire Results

Our SIAMs Report

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BBC Education News

Health Information

Ashton Under Lyne 

Domestic Violence and Abuse Information

The Hive - MIND in Tameside

Operation Encompass

Advice for Parents on Cyberbullying (DfE)

Tameside Safeguarding Children Board 

PREVENT eLearning Link

CHANNEL eLearning Link

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Information for Parents and Carers

On 6th November 2017 St James’ Church of England Primary School is implementing a new project that will run jointly between schools and Greater Manchester Police.  This project is called Operation Encompass.  It aims to support children who are affected by domestic violence by ensuring that their school is informed.  This allows the school to support the children.  If you have any other questions about this project, please do not hesitate to contact the school.  You have received a letter about the project and you can click here for more information too.


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