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St Helens Primary School

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St Helens Primary School

St Helen's School is a community primary school for pupils aged 3 - 11 years.

Flexible Free Nursery Entitlement: St Helen's Foundation Unit offers am/pm sessions 8:30am to 11:30am and 12 noon to 3:00pm with the option to take flexible provision ie MOnday, Tuesday, full days: Wednesday am or pm; Thursday and Friday full days.

St Helen's offers 8 places on a morning and 9 pleaces on an afternoon for children aged 2 years as part of Hartlepool 2 year old programme.  Plese contact Kim Rowntree telpehone number 01429 284881 to establish if your child is eligible for a place.

The school offers a breakfast club from 8am at a cost of £1.50 per child per day.

All school aged pupils have to follow the National Curriculum, though this is only part of the broad and balanced curriculum offered by Hartlepool Schools.

In primary schools, the National Curriculum comprises English, Maths and Science.  The other foundation subjects are history, geography, technology, music, art and physical education.  In addition, schools have statutory requirements to teach religious education to all pupils, unless pupils are withdraw from the subject by parents.

A child's progress at school depends, to a great extent, on the support received from home and it is hoped that parents will encourage their children to take full advantage of the opportunities available to them.

The headteacher is responsible for the day-to-day management of the school.  All enquiries about school policies and the services available in a school should be made to the headteacher.  Headteachers are supported in their role by members of teaching staff, non teaching staff, the school governing body and by the Children's Services Department.

Governors make major decisions regarding the school's curriculum, its budget, the staff and the premises.  The main function of the governing body is to help raise standards at their school.

Any difficulties or complaints should be dealt with by the school.  The headteacher or senior teacher will attempt to resolve the matter informally.  If the complaint cannot be resolved in this way, then a letter should be written to the Chair of Governors, forwarded via the school or the Children's Services Department.


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Who to contact

01429 267038
Fax: 01429 274377

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St Helen Primary School
Venue address
Durham Street
TS24 0HG

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