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We very much value communication with our Aston Clinton School families. In order to support us in responding to your queries, feedback or concerns as swiftly as possible, we ask that you please consider who is the most appropriate member of staff to which you want your communication to be directed. This is to ensure that we can best meet your child’s learning, emotional and physical needs.

 

In the first instance, we ask that you email the school office via office@astonclinton.bucks.sch.uk, clearly stating who your email is addressed to and what the email is regarding in the subject line. For all general enquiries, including any medical related issues, you can email the main reception and they will help to put you in touch with the relevant member of staff. Queries of an educational nature can often be promptly addressed when directed to the class teacher.

 

Staff will reply to your email as soon as they are able to, in line with our policy of two working days. If your email is of a complex nature, the member of staff will send an email of acknowledgement within this timescale but may need longer to follow-up before sending a fuller response or arranging a meeting with you. In the instance that you require further support, we have put the following information together as a quick guide to ensure that your enquiry reaches the correct member of staff: 

 

Mrs Macdonald, the Acting Headteacher.  Her role is a whole school one. She is responsible for the quality of teaching, learning and behaviour of all the children at the school as well as the smooth running of the school.

 

Mrs Cole, the Deputy Headteacher. Her role is also a whole school one. She is responsible for behaviour management, curriculum development and, with the Headteacher, for the quality of teaching and learning across the school.

 

Mrs Garraway, the SENCO, Pupil Premium Lead. She has responsibility for the learning needs of the children on the SEN register. Mrs Garraway monitors the progress of the children and reviews the provisions they are offered with their class teacher.

 

Mrs Astle, Mrs Macdonald, Mrs Garraway and Mrs Cole: The Designated Safeguarding Leads. Responsible for the safeguarding of all children.

 

Ms Woodroffe, the Teacher in charge of the ARP. She has responsibility for the learning needs of the children in the ARP. Ms Woodroffe monitors the progress of the children and reviews the provisions they are offered with their class teacher.

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