Information For Parents

Children work hard at school and it is good for them to know that parents are interested in their efforts.  

We try to run an open school at Broughton and encourage honest dialogue about individual children and school life in general. 

We invite parents to help us fulfil the aims of the school by mutual exchange of ideas and information.  

Parents are always welcome here.  Do not be puzzled by anything connected with the school.  

Parents can view many of our policies and procedures online by following the links below. 

Parents may of course request a printed version of any document, which will be provided free of charge. Please contact the school office using the details here.

 School Admissions Information

Follow the link above to the council's school admission website.
 Ofsted Reports

Use this link to view information from Ofsted about our school.
Exam and Assessment Results

Please follow this link to find details of our school's most recent KS2 results.

Follow the link above to view information held by the government to allow you to compare our school to others.

The Curriculum

Use this link to view a range of information about the school's curriculum.

Find out how we spend the pupil premium money we receive and the effect this has had.

This page details how our school spends it's PE and sport premium funding and the impact this has has on pupils.

This area aims to provide information to enable parents and carers to make decisions about how to best support their child.

Click on this link to view our charging policy.

Safeguarding - Keeping Your Child Safe and Secure

Safeguarding - Keeping Your Child Safe and Secure

Follow this link to find out about safeguarding information.

Data Protection

Please follow this link to view how both our school and the local authority deals with information we hold.
Use this page to find our latest school lunch menu.

Our Ethos and Values

Read the information on this page to discover more about our ethos and values. This page includes information on how we develop British values.

Complaints Procedures

We hope that you don't wish to make a complaint, but if you do then please read our complaints procedure first.

Equality Information and the Equality Act 2010

Find out how we comply with our duty to ensure equality.