SEN information report 2017-18
Sweat shirts, fleeces, body warmers, tee-shirts and polo shirts embroidered with the school badge can be ordered through school via the uniform order form which can be found on the forms section on this page or parents may contact the supplier direct.
Please see our Forms page for more information
Sept 17-18 Calendar
Sept 18-19 Calendar
Please follow the link below to information for parents regarding Norovirus
Daresbury School operates a cashless system through School Comms 'Gateway' to pay for school dinners and break snacks.
New parents will be given details of how to set up their child's account online,
for more information please click here
The current costs are:
School Dinner £2.40
For more details click on the appropriate link below :
School Gateway - Simple User Guide
Winter Menu 2017-18.pdf
Free School Dinners
Here at Daresbury we take internet safety very seriously. Please click the link below to find more information about eSafety
Internet Safety Page
Advice around cyberbullying for parents and carers:
Gov.uk - Advice for Parents on Cyberbullying
Please click this link to access information for parents on the prevent strategy.
Bug Club Reading Scheme
Daresbury School subscribes to an e-reading scheme called The Bug Club.
Bug Club's online reading world aims to help children improve their reading skills at school or home with exciting eBooks and rewards and has been designed to motivate children so that they get the most out of reading each book and want to read more.
Please click on the link below for more information
Book banding is a system of grouping books in bands of colour to represent different levels of reading difficulty.
All the reading books in school are colour coded in order that children can choose a book from the appropriate level.
For more details of each book band please click on the appropriate link below:
Our school is taking part in a new project that will run jointly between Halton schools and Cheshire Police. This project is called Operation Encompass. It aims to support children who are affected by domestic violence by ensuring that their school is informed. This then allows the school to provide intervention and support the children.
Our trained Key Adult is Mrs Carolyn Roberts, who liaises with the Police and uses the information to support our children. If you have any other questions about this project, please do not hesitate to contact school.