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Communication Routes

On a day-to-day basis, parents/carers and teachers communicate through the pupil’s Linslade Learning Toolkit. The grid below is intended to help you to identify who is best placed to help you should you need to make contact with the school.

Your child’s FORM TUTOR is the first point of call if there is a problem at Linslade. Pupils see them every day for morning and afternoon registration and through teaching. They will monitor pupil progress across the curriculum and encourage all pupils to take part in the extra-curricular activities.  The form tutor is a motivator, team builder, praise giver, listener and inspirer, they may also be the first person to speak to the pupils when their behaviour is not acceptable.

 

Who

Possible Issue

How to make contact.

Form Tutor

Your first point of contact for all day to day issues linked to the well-being of your son or daughter. 

Via the Linslade Learning Toolkit or by telephone or letter.

Subject Teacher

Issues relating to learning/homework in a particular subject. 

Via the Linslade Learning Toolkit or by telephone or letter. Alternatively, please email contact@linsladeac.co.uk  stating clearly which member of staff you wish to contact. 

Head of Subject

For subject specific matters linked to your child’s learning, which you feel cannot be addressed by his/her subject teacher. 

Via the Linslade Learning Toolkit or by telephone or letter.

Alternatively, please email contact@linsladeac.co.uk  stating clearly which member of staff you wish to contact.

Head of Key Stage 2




To work with the head of year in regards to general matters linked with your child’s well-being at school.

Via the Linslade Learning Toolkit or by telephone or letter.

Alternatively, please email contact@linsladeac.co.uk  

Head of Key Stage 3

To work with the head of year in regards to general matters linked with your child’s well-being at school

Via the Linslade Learning Toolkit or by telephone or letter.

Alternatively, please email contact@linsladeac.co.uk  

Miss Rolt Welfare and Wellbeing Officer

If you feel your child is in need of support with regard to;

  • Settling in
  • Social skills
  • Issues affecting your family

By email: jrolt@linsladeac.co.uk or by letter/telephone. 

For First Aid issues

Issues relating to your child’s health. E.g. if your child is required to attend school on crutches or has a known medical condition that requires additional support.

By letter or telephone. Email contact@linsladeac.co.uk  

 

Miss Cooper

Assistant Headteacher

Matters relating to safeguarding and child protection.

By letter, telephone or email

pstock@linsladeac.co.uk

scooper@linsladeac.co.uk

Please email all of the above to ensure a swift response.

Miss Allen

Admin Assistant

Issues linked to attendance.

By letter, telephone or email

dallen@linsladeac.co.uk

 

Mrs Wilmore

Office Manager &

PA to the Headteacher

To make an appointment with the Headteacher.

By letter, telephone or email

pa@linsladeac.co.uk 

Mrs Herbert

Facilities Manager

Issues linked to:

  • Health and Safety
  • Site access/management

By letter, telephone or email aherbert@linsladeac.co.uk 

Miss Narine

Finance Officer

Issues linked to: 

  • Financial matters and financial support for your child.

By letter, telephone or email

finance@linsladeac.co.uk

Mrs Wallace

Learning Mentor

Day to day issues linked to Pupil Premium

By letter, telephone or email

twallace@linsladeac.co.uk

Mrs Parry

SENDCO

  • Learning Support (Special Educational Needs)

By letter, telephone or email

cparry@linsladeac.co.uk  

Mr Gibbs 

Headteacher

  • Whole school issues or any serious matters or concerns that cannot be addressed by other members of staff. 

By letter, telephone or email

head@linsladeac.co.uk