PART 1 - Pupil Admission Form
The school is expected to collect ethnic data by Staffordshire County Council and the DfE to enable them to monitor the progress of children from all ethnic groups for the purpose of ensuring all children achieve.
PART 2 - Contact Details
Part 3 - Medical/Health Information
If due to your child's medical condition a health care plan is required our SENCO will be in touch to make arrangements for this to be agreed. These are reviewed on an annual basis.
PAGE 4 - Pupil Permission Form
At the start of your child's education here at Florendine we obtain permissions from parent/carers for certain regular activities. Please read the questions below and provide consent where you wish to give it. If at any time you wish remove this consent please contact the office or use the SIMS Parent Lite app to make any changes at your convenience.
If at any time you change your mind about the consents you have given on this form please contact the office or use SIMS Parent Lite app to make the changes.
Page 5 - Parent/Carer Acceptable Use Policy Acknowledgement Form for internet/computer use and access
Pupil Acceptable Use Policy – Florendine Primary School Parental Acknowledgment
I, with my child, have read and discussed the Singlewell School Pupil Acceptable Use Policy.
I am aware that any internet and computer use using school equipment may be monitored forsafety and security reasons to safeguard both my child and the school’s systems. This monitoringwill take place in accordance with the data protection and human rights legislation.
I with my child, am aware of the importance of safe online behaviour and will not deliberately upload or add any images, video, sounds or text that could upset, threaten the safety of or offend any member of the school community.
I understand that the school will take all reasonable precautions to ensure that pupils cannot access inappropriate materials but I appreciate that this is a difficult task.
I understand that theschool will take all reasonable precautions to reduce and remove risks but cannot ultimately beheld responsible for the content of materials accessed through the Internet and the school is not liable for any damages arising from use of the Internet facilities.
I understand that the school will contact me if they have concerns about any possible breaches ofthe Acceptable Use Policy or have any concerns about my child’s safety.
I will inform the school or other relevant organisations if I have concerns over my child’s or other members of the school community’s safety online.
I know that my child will receive, e-safety education to help them understand the importance of safe use of technology and the internet – both in and out of school.
I will support the schools e-safety approaches and will encourage my child to adopt safe use of theinternet and digital technologies at home.
Part 6 - Pupil Dietary Requirements
Children in Reception, Year 1 and 2 are entitled to a free meal through the governments 'Universal Free School Meals'.
If your child is in Year 3, 4, 5 or 6 please indicate their meal preference below.
Please let us know of any dietary requirements your child may have. If this is a medical allergy we will require a letter from a medical professional to confirm any food allergies/intolerances.
Part 7 - Pupil Premium Entitlement
Your child may be eligible to apply for Free School Meals (FSM) via Staffordshire County Council. Pupils who are eligible for Free School Meals enable the school to access additional funding which can then be used to further support pupils through high quality interventions to boost learning.
We can check if you are entitled on your behalf. Please complete the sections below and we will let you know if your claim has been successful. New claims to school are entitled to a £25.00 uniform voucher.
The entitlement criteria from 1 April 2018 is
a). Income Supportb). Income Based Job Seekers Allowancec). Income Related Employment and Support Allowance eligible for Child Tax Credit but not Working Tax Credit and the household income (as used by HMRC to assess tax credits) is not more that £16,190. Please note: anyone eligible for Working Tax Credit, or if you have a partner and they receive it, regardless of Income, you will not qualifyd). The Guarantee element of State Pension Credite). Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999f). In receipt of the 4 week run on of working tax credit (this is where someone becomes unemployed or reduces their hours and so is no longer entitled to working tax credit but will continue to receive it for a further 4 weeks and is entitled to free meals during that time) g). Universal credit (provided you have an annual net earned household income of no more than £7,400 as assessed by earnings from up to three of your most recent assessment periods). Your net earned income is your household income after taxes and deductions and does not include income from Universal Credit or any other benefits you may receive.