Come and meet the staff at our school.
The Senior Leadership Team
Miss Stephenson - Headteacher
Mr Hyde - Deputy Headteacher
Miss Hatfield - Assistant Headteacher
Special Educational Needs Coordinator
Mrs Dawn Lockley - SENDCO
Mrs Walsh - Nursery
Miss Hatfield - Reception
Miss Young - Reception
Miss Ellgood - Year 1
Mrs Allen - Year 1
Miss Johnson - Year 2
Mrs Robinson - Year 2
Mrs Saunders - Music and PPA
Key Stage 2 Teachers
Mr Mac - Year 3
Mrs Ward - Year 3
Mrs Humphries - Year 4
Miss Faulkner - Year 4
Mr Hyde - Year 5 (AM)
Mrs Lockley - Year 5 (PM)
Mr Collett - Year 5 - Data Protection Officer
Miss Smith - Year 6
Mr Barber - Year 6
Miss Hooper - Business Manager
Mrs Hubball - Admin Assistant
Mrs Heeley - Admin Assistant
Mr Higgins - Site Manager
Visions and Values
Meet the Governors
Meet our Head and Deputy Head Girls and Boys (2019-2020)
Meet our House Captains (2019-2020)
Meet our School Council (2018-2019)
KS1 & KS2 SATs information
1. Who can I contact about Special Educational Needs at Mapledene Primary School?
2. Who else at school works with pupils that have additional needs?
3. What kinds of Special Educational Needs does the school make provision for? What type of provision does the school make and how do they know it works?
4. How does the school identify and assess children with additional needs?
5. How do the school know how much progress is being made by pupils with Special Educational Needs?
6. What extra-curricular activities can a pupil with Special Educational Needs access at school?
7. What training do staff at Mapledene have in relation to pupils with Special Educational Needs?
8. How do the school get more specialist help for pupils if they need it?
9. How are parents of our pupils with Special Educational Needs involved?
10. How are pupils with Special Educational Needs involved in their own education?
11. If a parent of a child with Special Educational Needs has a complaint about the school, how does the governing body deal with the complaint?
12. How does the governing body involve other people in meeting the needs of pupils with Special Educational Needs including support for their families?
13. Who are the support services that can help parents with pupils who have Special Educational Needs?
14. How do the school support pupils with Special Educational Needs through transition?
15. How can parents find the Birmingham Local Authority’s local offer?
Key Performance Data
Parent and Community Feedback
Term Dates 2019 - 2020
Year 6 Swimming Outcomes 2017-2018
Health for Life
Whole School Letters
KS1 Letters (Years 1 and 2)
KS2 Letters (Years 3, 4, 5 and 6)
Newsletters written by pupils
Transitions 2018 - 2019
Mapledene Writing Champions
Information for Parents and Carers
Adverse Weather Conditions
The Prevent Duty
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