Warren Junior School Update No 44

January 2018   ( Main Office 020 8270 4680 ( Attendance Hotline 020 8724 1919

Welcome to our latest newsletter.   Below you will find a selection of news items about upcoming events as well as reminders and other useful information.  

Parents’ Evening

Our Spring Term Parents’ Evenings will take place on Tuesday 13th March and Thursday 15th March from 3:15pm – 5:45pm.  This is a good opportunity for you to discuss your child’s progress with the class teacher and also to look at books.  Appointment request forms will be sent out soon. 


Contact details

If your address or telephone number has changed please ensure you give your new details to the school office promptly to enable us to keep our records up to date. You can either do this in person or in writing via your

child’s class teacher.   It is vital that we are able to contact you in case of an emergency.


Developments to the school site


Work has now commenced on a new building for the Warren Junior Teaching School.      The building will house four new rooms and will be situated next to the lower school playground. During this term, the grass area will be periodically fenced off for safety reasons


Parent Governor Election


Following the recent election, we are pleased to inform you that Mrs T Bull and Mrs S Sikander have been appointed as Parent Governor Representatives, on the Governing Body of the Furze Warren Hard Federation.


End of Key Stage 2 assessments


Pupils in year 6 have been working very hard towards their end of year 6 assessments that will take place on the week beginning Monday 14th May. It is important that the children are in school every day, on time and are ready to sit the assessments promptly. I thank you in advance for your support with this.

Parking and safety in the surrounding area

The roads close to the school become very congested with cars, both before and after school during the school run. If you need to see your child into the school playground can I encourage you to park a little further away making the area safer for our families.



Attendance levels in the school are better than ever so many thanks for your support. We have set high targets for whole school attendance and are on course to break these targets. If children are unable to attend school please contact the attendance hotline on the number above, also please make sure that every absence is accompanied by a letter upon your childs return.


Mr J Bell, Head of School