These pages are designed to be useful for parents whose children attend our school. If any information you need is not listed below please get in touch with the school office.
As much as possible we communicate with parents using the Wisepay platform. Any important letters we have sent out can also be found by clicking on the link below.
2020-21 School Year
Term 1: Thursday, 3 September 2020 - Thursday 22nd October 2020
Term 2: Monday, 2 November 2020 - Thursday 17th December 2020
Term 3: Monday, 4 January 2021 - Friday 12th February 2021
Term 4: Monday, 22 February 2021 - Wednesday 31st March 2021
Term 5: Monday, 19 April 2021 - Friday 28th May 2021
Term 6: Monday, 7 June 2021 - Wednesday 21st July 2021
2021-22 School Year
Term 1: Monday, 6 September 2021 - Thursday 21st October 2021
Term 2: Monday, 1 November 2021 - Thursday 17th December 2020
Term 3: Tuesday, 4 January 2022 - Friday 11th February 2022
Term 4: Monday, 21 February 2022 - Thursday 31st March 2022
Term 5: Monday, 19 April 2022 - Friday 27th May 2022
Term 6: Monday, 6 June 2022 - Friday 22nd July 2022
Excellent attendance is school is essential to ensure your child makes excellent progress. Please note that we cannot authorise absence except in extraordinary circumstances. To read our attendance policy please follow the link below.
2020 Reception and Key Stage One Nativities
As we cannot have audiences for our Christmas shows this year we have recorded them for parents. Please click on the link below to watch the show.
The recordings are hosted in YouTube. Please ensure your child is supervised when using You Tube or the internet in general.
|Key Stage One Christmas Show
Information Leaflets For Parents
What is bullying and how do we prevent it?
Keeping children safe in school is a key priority at Market Rasen Church of England Primary School.
Staff receive training in the following areas to ensure the safety of all children:
- First Aid
- Child Protection and Safeguarding
- E Safety
- Positive Handling (Team Teach)
- Prevent (Extremism)
- Specific Medical Conditions (Epi Pen/Asthma)
- Grief and Loss
- Domestic Violence
Some staff receive enhanced training in areas such as
- Self Harm and Suicide
- Child Sexual Exploitation
- Female Genital Mutilation
- Paediatric First Aid
- Health and Safety
- Safer Recruitment
- Early Help Process
- Food Hygiene
The designated safeguarding lead is Mr Andrew Smith.
The deputy designated safeguarding lead is Mrs Nichola Allerston.
The number for Lincolnshire Children's Services is 01555 782111
The number for Lincolnshire County Council Whistleblowing 0800 0853716
We are an Operation Encompass school. What this means is that if police attend a domestic abuse or domestic violence situation they will inform the school so we can support the child the next day in our setting. For more information on Operation Encompass click on the link below.
At Market Rasen Church of England Primary School we are used to supporting children with a wide range of Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities. If you would like to speak to our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator about your child please contact Mrs Lianne McGagh.
We have prepared a document called the SEND Information Report (formally called the Local Offer) which will give you a lot of information about what you should do if you feel your child has any form of special needs.
Please click here for SEND Policies and the SEND Information Report
Information about the changes to SEND made in September 2014 can be found by following the link below.
2014 SEND Changes
Information about the Lincolnshire Local SEND Offer can be found here.
Lincolnshire Local Offer
A Young Carer is a child who is under 18 who are caring unpaid for a family member or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or addiction problems. This could be a sibling who may have additional needs. They often take on practical and or emotional caring responsibilities that might normally be expected of an adult.
We identify and support Young Carers in our school by giving them a named Key Worker they can speak to. Our Young Carers lead and Key Worker is Mrs Danielle Callis. We offer a range of support for our Young Carers and their families including:
- A weekly club for Young Carers
- Access for our Young Carer Key Worker for help and support
- Access to our Parent Support Advisor
- An additional education visit at the end of the school year to reward them for all of the care they give
If you think your child is a Young Carer please contact our Head Teacher or Young Carer lead so we can discuss fully to support we can offer.
More information regarding Young Carers in Lincolnshire can be found here.
We have a number of policies in school that are periodically reviewed by the Governing Body. Some of the most important school policies are below for you to download. If there is a policy you would like that is not listed here then please ask at the school office. Paper copies of all policies are available upon request, free of charge.