We are excited to launch our wrap-around care service, consisting of a breakfast and after-school club for Term 6 2021!
Ask the School Office for a registration form or click below to learn more
Attendance is extremely important to us. We track all children's attendance throughout the year.
If your child's attendance falls below 95%, our Deputy Headteacher and Attendance Officer (Mrs Clark) will contact you.
If there is a reason your child is missing school regularly, please do let us know so we can continue to support their learning.
We create and send out fortnightly school newsletters to all parents and carers. These include class updates, upcoming events and notices.
Please click the link below to read some of our newsletters from this academic year.
Forms and Letters
We sent out the majority of forms and letters via Studybugs. If you are unable to access them digitally or complete them, please let notify the office. We will arrange for paper copies.
We are so sorry that we will not be able to show you around our lovely school as we would like to. In normal circumstances our Year 6 children take prospective parents on guided tours and share their stories of what it is like to be a child at Sissinghurst Primary. To try and recreate this for you we have made a virtual tour led by our Head Girl and Head Boy. We hope you will enjoy this glimpse into our school.
Studybugs is our main communication channel. Here we send out notices and newsletters as well as direct messages to selected people. It can also be used by parents and carers to register their child's absence or to message the school quickly and easily.
We highly recommend setting up an account to keep up to date with school life.
We use ParentPay for parents and carers to pay for things such as school trips, FOSS events and items. The main benefit of this is that you can access it at any time.
Please ask the school office for help accessing your account.
Join The Team!
We currently do not have any vacancies.
We hope to reopen our doors to volunteer readers and Forest School helpers in the future, when it is safe to do so.
From September there will be a slow phased introduction of the new style uniform. There is no expectation that children currently in the school will change to this uniform and we will continue to operate the second hand uniform shop as an option however, if moving to the new uniform is something that you would like to do, then details of this will soon be on the school website. Anyone wishing to buy new uniform in the summer term in line with the changes is also welcome to do this.