Parents

Please click onto the menus bars on the left hand side to access a variety of useful information.  

The Pupil Premium link explains how the school prioritises the associated funding. 

We welcome your feedback - if there is any other information that you feel would be helpful to include on our website, please let us know.

We have provided some links below which we hope you will find useful.

School Day Times

School Uniform

School Absence: Please report absences on the first morning of illness on 01262 468394. 

School Absence - Guide for Parents.  The Local Authority has provided a leaflet for parents (version 4) regarding medical appointments and illness.  The leaflet explains when to contact the school if your child is absent from day 1 and offers advice if/when you child becomes ill.

Hot school meal currently costs £2.30p a day.

If you are interested in helping in school with reading,practical lessons or clubs please inform us,we are always pleased to have volunteers (current DBSclearance is essential). 

To complete an online application to admit your child/ren to our school, please click  East Riding Admissions

We have provided some links below which we hope you will find useful.

Medi Info  (Head Lice)

Head Lice 

 

NHS East Riding of Yorkshire

Urgent treatment services have been introduced across the East Riding, to assist you in deciding who to contact and where to go and we have attached the following information. 

Urgent Treatment Services

What to do and where to go if you become ill

 

SUN PROTECTION

At Skipsea Primary School we acknowledge the importance of sun protection and want staff and pupils to enjoy the sun safely. We will work with staff, pupils and parents to achieve this.  

Parents/carers can ensure that pupils are adequately protected by providing them with:

  • appropriate clothing, including hats, between April and September
  • an application of a long lasting high factor sunscreen (SPF 15+) before school, and at lunch-time if necessary

SLIP SLOP SLAP:  to SLIP ON A T-SHIRT, SLOP ON THE SUNCREEN, SLAP ON A HAT.

Teachers and other support staff are not legally obliged to administer sunscreens, therefore the support and co-operation of parents/carers is essential. Parents/carers have prime responsibility for their child’s health.