Welcome to the Orchard Primary School Website!
Autumn Term Parent Consultation Evenings
Our autumn term parent consultation evenings will take place on Thursday, 23rd and Friday, 24th November 2017 – from 3.00 to 5.30pm. We look forward to meeting all our parents!
Booking School Meals
For information on booking your child’s meal online please ‘click here’.
If you are applying for a place at Orchard please ‘click here for more information‘.
Term dates 2017-18
The term dates for this academic year are available. To access, please “click here“.
Our School Performance – results and outcomes
Section 48 Inspection
The school had a Section 48 inspection on 16th January 2017. This is an OFSTED style inspection on the faith provision of the school. It was conducted by three inspectors sent by the AMS (Association of Muslim Schools).
You will be pleased to note that MashaAllah the provision was graded ‘Outstanding’ in all areas. It is a credit to all our pupils, parents, staff, governors and school community!
Please find report attached below:
The school is currently graded good under the Section 5 Ofsted Inspection, which took place in March 2014.
For further information on our latest results and pupil outcomes, click here
NEW SCHOOL APP
The school will be trialing a new school app to help get important information across to parents and to also help updated parents on the latest events and news. For further details on how to download the app please click on the links below.
For the latest copy of our school newsletter, please click “here“
Parking around the school
There are new parking restrictions in place around the school and local area. Kindly take note of the parking notice boards!
Parents are reminded to kindly ensure that they take due consideration of our neighbours and other road users, when dropping off or picking up their children from school.
Please do not inconvenience others by parking your car inappropriately.
We strongly recommend that parents walk to school or utilise public transport when bringing pupils to school. The school took part in the ‘Air Mazing’ journeys programme run together with Sustrans. This project aimed to create awareness of environmental issues relating to air pollution, etc. We are deeply committed to encouraging all our children and families to consider alternative ways to travel to school, wherever possible.