If you are concerned about the safety or welfare of any child who attends Oak Meadow School please get in touch with Mr S Arnold (Head Teacher) or (Deputy Head Teacher) Mrs T Challenor.
The school will keep in contact with parents via a termly newsletter from the Headteacher which will let them know any special events that are going to take place during that term and bring their attention to any other information that might affect their child/children in school.
The school will also send letters home to parents to give them details of special events, class visits and other important information.
The school operates a texting service for parents and we ask if parents could give the school a mobile number so that we can send a message should the need arise.
School Closure Due to Bad Weather
In the event that inclement weather causes the closure of the school parents will be notified via our texting service and a announcement will be made on Heart FM, BRMB, BBC Radio WM and on the Wolverhampton Today Facebook page.
Communicating With your Child's Teacher
If a parent wishes to discuss any matter concerning their child they are welcome to contact the school, please use the contact details on our contact page. If they wish to discuss a matter with the child's class teacher the we ask if they could make an appointment, via the school office, to see the teacher before or after school hours.
During the Autumn term we have a parents' evening where we discuss their child's progress and give the parents a report sheet with targets for the child to aim for. This is repeated in the Spring term when we look at the previous targets and discuss if the child has attained them and set new targets.
At the end of the Summer term each child receives an end of year report for their parents that contains a return slip for the any comments.
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INSET Days/School Closures
Monday 20th July 2020
Letters to Parents
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