A warm welcome on behalf of myself, the staff and the Governing Body. Here we aim to provide you with all the information you need and above all, to enable you to share in the ethos of our energetic and happy school.
Our aim is to provide a welcoming, stimulating and challenging environment, where every child will have the opportunity to achieve their full potential.
We hope to encourage a shared commitment to the success of the individual child, where parents have a positive role in complementing and supporting the work of the school.
One of our strengths is helping new families settle in as quickly as possible and we realise the impact which happy children can have, on that process. The staff and pupils at Tedder are caring and supportive and we go the extra mile to ensure that very quickly, children make new friends and start making progress!
We look forward to welcoming you and your child into our community.
Our gates open at 8.40am for a 8.45am start and children can go straight into classes.
The gate closes at 8.45am and the register will be taken. Children are expected to be in school by at least 8.45am and registration closes strictly ay 8.55am.
School starts - 8.45am
Morning break - 10.10am for 15mins
Lunchtime - 12.15pm - 13.15pm
End of school day - 15.15pm
Total hours of our children in school - 32.5 hours per week
Tedder School App
Tedder School is a paperless school.
Keep up to date with the latest notices, letters and events by downloading the school app.
Set up notifications through your device to make sure you never miss the latest from school.
iOS users - go to the app store and search for School Jotter 3.
Android users - go to Google Play, search for School Jotter 3.
An activation code will be required to log in to School Jotter; this will be sent home with your child once they start school with us.
The time has come around again to celebrate World Book Day!! On Thursday 7th March, children are welcome to come to school dressed up as their favourite book character. This is of course optional and children do not have to dress up if they do not want to, we do not expect you to go out and buy a costume. Please note that we are not asking for donations for this.
Please see attached poster
If you have any cardboard or tubes such as kitchen roll, tin foil cardboard tubes, please could you bring in before Wednesday morning. This is for a project that KS2 will be doing Wednesday afternoon.
Thank you, we really appreciate it.