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We are pleased to welcome you as parents to Adeyfield School. This is the start of a partnership which should work to serve the best interests of your son or daughter. We have high expectations at Adeyfield and we know from experience how important the links are between home and school in promoting high standards of achievement.

There are many opportunities for parents to get involved in the school and I hope you will always feel comfortable about coming in and asking questions. At Adeyfield we wish to provide our children with a high quality education and build on the progress made in primary school.

This area of our website sets out more information about some of our practices. Many of you will have already visited the school and I hope after reading through the following pages you will feel better informed about procedures and able to support your son or daughter especially in their first days at Adeyfield School.



If you are unhappy about anything contact the school office. By all means ask for the teacher with whom you would like to discuss an issue, otherwise, the office will guide you. The key people on most matters are the Form Tutors and The Head of Year.

In a secondary school pupils are taught by many teachers. However, pupils are all put into a form group with a tutor who registers the pupils in the morning and afternoon. Together with the Head of Year, the Form Tutor is likely to know more about your son or daughter than anyone else.

Therefore, should there be an issue you wish to discuss, it is likely that the Form Tutor or Head of Year will be able to help. However, please feel free to contact any member of staff, or the Headteacher, should there be an issue of concern.
If there is a complaint it is best if we can sort out the matter informally by contacting the school as outlined above. Most matters can be resolved by informal dialogue.

If you wish to make a formal complaint the school adheres to the Hertfordshire County Council complaints procedure.

If you are unable to find this procedure document please contact the Head Teacher's PA.