'When Cells Misbehave' is a free workshop for children, parents, grandparents and carers, to understand what cancer is, why people get it, and how it is treated. The session is at Kings College at Denmark Hill on 29th May from 11am - 1pm. Full details are in the flyer at the bottom of this page.
SIAMS Section 48 Inspection
Following our recent Ofsted inspection, we will be inspected again – this time to judge our effectiveness as a Church of England school. Questionnaires have been sent home to parents and carers to complete as requested by the lead inspector. An additional copy of the questionnaire is attached at the bottom of this page. We’d be really grateful if they could be returned to use by Monday (11th March). The inspection will happen on Wednesday 13th March – we’re looking forward to showing the inspector all the wonderful things we do in our commitment to Religious Education, Collective Worship and all we stand for with our Christian character.
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At St James’ we aim to build a strong working partnership between school and home, using our many channels of communication such as this website, our school app (click here to find out how to download the app to your apple or android device), the weekly newsletter, texting and school opencheck to keep you up-to-date on school matters.
Our parent support advisor, Carolyn Brenta, is always available to offer help and guidance. We have an open door policy and teachers are available after school if you need an individual consultation. You can contact the school office on 0207 237 3111 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or speak to a member of staff in the office who will pass on your comments.