There will be No access to Hartlepool Borough Council's website and online primary school admissions system on Saturday 13th January 2018, for ONE day ONLY
Anyone planning to use the Council’s website to apply online for a primary school place for their child is asked to please do so either before or after the website shutdown. The deadline for receipt of applications is 11.59pm on Monday 15 January.
For further information click the following link http://bit.ly/2CHZ5fW
Check this page to keep up to date with activities and events available during school holidays.
There is also a School Calendar that you can download and print out.
Good attendance, and being on time every morning, is very important.
Good attendance means that children get the best out of their education. This not only results in strong learning and progress - it boosts confidence & social skills too.
Absence and/or lateness will result in gaps in learning and may mean that a child doesn’t get the best out of his/her time in school.
We know that sometimes, of course, absence is unavoidable. However, we work hard with parents and children to ensure that attendance is as good as possible.
What parents/carers should do:
What school will do:
Keeping Children Safe Online
Keeping children safe whilst online is essential. For more information about how to keep your child safe when they are using electronic devices whilst at home, please take a look at our Staying Safe Online page within the parents section which is coming soon.
Support for Parents
We will continue to update this section of our website with outside agency support and courses that are available to parents.
Hartlepool Children's Centres are offering the following free sessions and support groups:
Nursery here I come! The aim of the sessions is to improve readiness for school by delivering activities which improve concentration, socialisation, listening and attention and managing feelings and behaviours.
The Nursery here I come! sessions are held at:
Hindpool Monday 9.30am to 11.00am
Stranton Tuesday 9.30am to 11.00am
Lynnfield Wednesday 9.30am to 11.00am
Chatham Thursday 9.30am to 11.00am
Rossmere Thursday 1.00pm to 2.30pm
Early Talk groups. The sessions are primarily to work with the parents of children aged 18 months to 36months. The activities are very targeted and specific. Currently the group is in a drop in basis however from September we would like this to become a 6 week (half a term) course.
The Early Talk sessions are held at:
Stranton Thursday 9.30am to 11.00am
Hindpool Wednesday 1.00pm to 2.30pm
In addition Children's Centres are offering monthly sessions to support:
Faddy Eating: held the second Tuesday of every month in Rossmere Children’s Centre at 10.30am. This session encourages children to try different foods and gives parents strategies to foster healthy eating habits
Dump the Dummy and Bin the Bottle: held the first Tuesday of every month in Miers Avenue Children’s Centre at 1.00pm. This session gives parents strategies through ‘reward and ignore’ to enable the move from bottle to cup and banishing dummies.
Help with Behaviour and Sleep Routines: held the first Wednesday of every month in Chatham Children’s Centre at 1.00pm. They offer advice on how to stop behaviours parents don’t want and encourage behaviours they do. These sessions compliment our 2 week 123 Magic course held weekly (Term time only) at Rossmere Children’s Centre each Wednesday at 9.30am.
Help with Toilet Training: held the first Friday of every month in Rossmere Children’s Centre at 11.00am. The sessions look at the use of rewards and star charts with practical advice to enable children to move from nappies to toilet.
Families can find out more information by telephoning or calling into a centre.
Chatham Children’s Centre, Chatham Road 284466
Hindpool, Children’s Centre, Hindpool Close 292555
Lynnfield Children’s Centre, Elcho Street 232946
Rossmere Children’s Centre, Rossmere Way 292444
Stranton Children’s Centre, Southburn Terrace 231329
Counselling Directory - Offers a service to help you to get counselling support.
We really do appreciate feedback from parents/carers, to find out about how you feel about the school and give you the opportunity to express your views. Do feel free to let us know what has gone well or what would make things even better.
We would also like to encourage parents to update the parent view site, as and when they want to. This is something that Ofsted will look at when they carry out school inspections.
Click the image below to Give Ofsted your view on your child's school, thank you