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Communications

Clear two-way communication between school and families is fundamental to underpinning each child's progress and attainment. Communications that The Coppice issue are tailored to consider audience (i.e. Whole School, Year Group, Class or individual) and importance/urgency of message. 

Further information on key communications can be found below:

 

Website

The school website is the most complete source of Whole School and Year Group information.

The information on the website has been structured with the intent of grouping together information related to specific stakeholders.  

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Whole School Newsletters

Whole school newsletters contain communications that are relevant to all pupils and their families. These are sent out by email every Friday, and they are also displayed on our notice boards at the KS1 and KS2 gates. Past copies can be found by scrolling down below, with the most recent communications at the top of the listing. 

Should you need an earlier newsletter or wish to be added to the mailing list, please contact the office team. 

Please note that given the situation around Covid-19 is changing frequently please see our separate Covid-19 Update page for the latest relevant measures in place in school. 

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E-mail Communication

As well as the Whole School Newsletters, e-mail is used to distribute other whole school information, typically where the weekly newsletter cycle is not timely enough for the information. 

It is essential that parents and carers keep e-mail details up to date to ensure all messages are received.

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Year Group Pages

The Year Group specific newsletters and communications, also created weekly, can be found here. 

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Text Messaging Service

The school uses a Text Messaging Service to send messages which need to be communicated swiftly.

It is essential that parents and carers keep the school informed of any changes to mobile phones details. Please use this form to update us of any changes. 

The school text service number is 07984 441 282 - we recommend saving this number in your phone. 

Absences can be notified via text message to the number above - please see the Absence Procedure for full requirements.

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School Letters

Communications that require a response - e.g. consent forms, will continue to be sent in paper form. Such letters will be given to pupils directly by their class Teacher. 

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Parents' Evenings

Parents are offered the opportunity to attend two Parents’ Evenings per year to discuss their child specifically. These are in Autumn & Spring Terms. 

Parents' Evening bookings and video meetings are managed through School Cloud - click here to access

At the start of each year, we hold a Parents' Information Evening for each class where the outline of the activities and teaching for the year is presented. 

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School Reports

Each child is sent an annual report during the Summer Term detailing their progress, attainment and achievements during the academic year. 

Parents/Carers are offered the opportunity to discuss any questions arising from the report should that be necessary. 

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General and/or Specific Enquiries

We are always keen to discuss any issues or concerns face-to-face so they can be readily understood and resolved promptly. 

If you have a specific concern relating to your child, please contact your class teacher in the first instance. If they are unable to resolve the issue, help will be sought from the Year Leader. If the issue is still unresolved, it will be escalated to the Senior Leadership Team. 

The Senior Leadership team are always present on the front gates as children enter school each morning and in the playground at the end of the school day to welcome the children and families. 

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