For Parents

Parent Governor Vacancy

PARENT GOVERNORS ON THE GOVERNING BODY OF GOMERSAL ST MARY’S CE PRIMARY SCHOOL. I am writing to you as the Returning Officer for the election of parent governor. We currently have a vacancy for a parent governor. The law now requires that all governors are appointed on the basis of the skills they have to […]

Letter Home: Friday, 3rd November 2017

I would like to let you know about some key events that are taking place this half term.  I hope you will be able to attend those that are relevant to your child: Please be aware that due to unforeseen circumstances, dates and times of events can change. Therefore make sure that you keep up […]

Online Safety Tips: ‘Snap Maps’ in Snapchat

The Childnet International website has published a short article about the new Snap Map feature within Snapchat. Some of it is reproduced below, but the full article can be accessed here. Some of the downsides to location features are also highlighted on the recent Barclays TV advert, which shows some of the dangers that can […]

After School Club: Update

Thank you to everyone who returned the slips regarding interest in the after school club.  This would provide our school with excellent wrap-a-round care with Breakfast Club from 8am to the after school club finishing at 6pm. This After School Club will operate differently to our current clubs which focus on a particular activity and […]

Parents’ Evening: Booking Your Appointment

As mentioned on Friday we are moving to use an online system to book parents evening appointments. This will enable you to book appointments for our parents evenings on the 11th and 12th October. You will be able to book appointments from 4pm on the 3rd October. To book your appointment, go to: If you have […]


2016 Leaver’s Performance Photos

This week saw our Year 6’s produce their leaving play, “The Next Big Step!”. We are hugely proud of our Year 6’s and all they have achieved. Well done to them all! Thank you also to all of the families of children in that class who came to support them. Amy, from Year 6, said, […]

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