Welcome to the office area of our school website. We are here to help answer any queries you may have, so please do not hesitate to contact us in person, by telephone on 0151 639 1225 or by email - email@example.com
Mrs C Reed-Clayton Administration Assistant
Mrs A Chong Administration Assistant
The school office is currently staffed from 08:00 until 16:15pm each day. Outside of these hours, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible.
For your convenience, we have noted answers to frequently asked questions below. For detailed information on our policies and procedures, please refer to our school prospectus and policy documents. Copies are sent to all new entrants to our school and further copies of any information on our website is available free of charge on request.
We take the safeguarding of our children very seriously and it is important that we know their whereabouts throughout the school day.
If your child is unwell and not fit to attend school, please let us know by ringing or calling the office, preferably by 09:00 am
Similarly, if your child is going to be late, please let us know as soon as possible.
Our lunchtime provision is provided by Edsential
Children in F2 and KS1 are entitled to a free school lunch through the Government's Universal Free School Meal Scheme
The cost of a school lunch is £2.68 each day for KS2 children.
Milk is available for all children in school. If you wish your child to have milk, orders should be placed with Cool Milk. They can be contacted by:
Telephone: 0800 142 2972
Free School Meals & Milk
Your child may be entitled to free meals and milk if you are in receipt of:
· Income Support, or
· Job Seekers Allowance (income based), or
· Employment Support Allowance (income related), or
· Pension Credit (guarantee credit), or
· Child Tax Credit with a total annual income of LESS than £16,190 per annum but applicant
NOT receiving Working Tax Credit
Further details are available from reception or via the Housing and Council Tax Benefit Team on 606 2002, by e mail to email@example.com at any of the 13 One Stop Shops around the borough
Medicines in School
Under certain circumstances it may be necessary for children to receive medication during the school day:
· In cases of long term complaints or chronic illness eg asthma, diabetes etc
· Cases where children recovering from short term illness are well enough to return to school but are still receiving a course of antibiotics, cough medicine etc.
In order to be able to do this the prescribed medicine must be taken to the office for permission to be granted, and for a consent form to be signed.
Please note that, where permission has been granted, staff cannot guarantee to administer medicine at a particular time (unless this is part of a health care plan). If you require medicine to be given at a particular time you will be able to come to school to administer your child’s medicine
Available from: Wallasey School Wear and Birkenhead Uniform shop.