Parents

At St Philip’s School we believe that a close working relationship with parents and carers is one of the keys to making progress. Parents and carers are kept closely informed about their child’s progress through informal telephone conversations, termly interview days, annual reviews, pre and post-admissions meetings and school reports. Parents are always welcome to visit for school events or to meet with staff.

We value feedback from parents and carers throughout the year, and hold annual surveys to gauge feedback.

 

Students develop very high levels of positive behaviour and feel extremely safe. They are very considerate, very respectful and caring of others and highly positive about learning.

– Ofsted report

Blog

Zero discrimination goal

The school’s Equality and Diversity Committee met for the first time on the 18th January. This group will play an integral role in trying to reduce all forms of discrimination to zero and help to make St Philip’s the kindest …

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Outdoor Classroom video

Our amazing outdoor learning space was created with the help of Fusion Community Initiatives and Wooden Spoon, the children’ charity of rugby. After the first “lockdown” it became obvious that outdoor learning spaces were going to be key in enabling …

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Christmas Concert 2021

We hope you enjoy our Christmas Concert featuring music and dance performances from pupils across the school. With COVID restrictions in place we filmed the concert and it is available for parents and families to view on line. To view …

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Christmas Hampers

Post-16 students have delivered Christmas hampers to a local church, to pass on to people in need. The students bought the contents in the hampers with the profits from their Beech Hut enterprise project, that runs throughout the year, selling …

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