Irchester

Community Primary School

FICPS Mufti Day - Friday 24th May

Please can KS1 bring in a chocolate item or £1 donation and KS2 bring in a bottled item of £1 donation in exchange for wearing mufti.

Last day of term - Friday 24th May

School will reopen on Tuesday 4th June

Longtown Information Meeting - Tuesday 4th June

4.30-5.30pm in the KS1 hall

Year 2 Great Fire of London Day - Wednesday 22nd May

Class 6JM visit to library - Thursday 23rd May

Can children please remember to bring their library cards with them in the morning

SCHOOL OFFICE
01933 353848

SCHOOL OFFICE
01933 353848

Governing Body

Upcoming School events

The Governing Body

The board of governors at Irchester Community Primary School take an active and supportive interest in all aspects of school life.  The current governors are drawn from a wide cross section of the community.

The role of governors and governing bodies is to help the school provide the best possible education for their pupils by

  • Setting the school’s values, vision and strategic aims, agreeing plans and policies, and making creative use of resources;
  • Monitoring and evaluating performance, acting as a critical friend to the Headteacher to support and challenge them in managing the school;
  • Ensuring that the school is accountable to the children and parents it serves, to its local community, to those who fund and maintain it, as well as to the staff it employs.

Parents have the right to receive copies of any school policies or information held about their child. Should you wish to any such information please contact the Head teacher in writing.

Governors

Lucy Winrow
Simon Anderson
Damon Fox
Jon-Paul Carr
Vanessa Tear
Kelly Phillips-White
Fran Curran
Ben Leeson
Kate Nice
Daniel Thompson

QUESTIONS, QUERIES, CONCERNS AND COMPLAINTS

Should any problem arise, however small, we hope that you will discuss it with the Class Teacher or if unresolved, the Deputy Head teacher or Head teacher.  Please telephone first if at all possible, to ensure that someone is free to see you. The majority of problems can be resolved at this level.

Should we be unable to resolve a problem or concern, then parents have the right to make a formal complaint. In the first instance, they should contact the Chair of Governors, at the school address. All complaints are dealt with following the Northamptonshire County Council complaints procedure.