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Pupils at Marlborough Road Academy

Parents & Carers

Welcome To Marlborough Road Academy

Communication with Parents/Carers

Effective communication with parents and carers is something we take very seriously at Marlborough Road Academy.  Information is provided in a range of forms, including:

  • Letters home
  • On the website
  • The weekly newsletter
  • Text message
  • Phone call
  • Postcards home
  • Questionnaires and surveys
  • Parents Evenings
  • Reports
  • Twitter
  • Meetings, workshops and demonstrations
  • Parent's notice board
  • Open days and tours
  • Leaflets available in the school office

How to report incidents to us

If you have a concern about anything, we are keen to hear about it.  The first port of call is usually the child's class teacher.  For more serious concerns, please come to the school office and make an appointment to see someone.  The office staff will be able to direct you to the correct person.  Concerns can also be put in writing and given to the office staff, who will pass them on. 

A copy of the complaints procedure is available on request at the school office or can be downloaded from the website, if you wish to make a formal complaint.  We would urge you to come and talk to us first, as we will always try to address concerns raised at an informal stage

How to see Teachers

Teachers are available informally at the end of the school day.  For more formal or longer, more private consultations, please make an appointment to see a teacher, via the school office.  Staff in Nursery and Reception operate an open door policy and are available at both the start and he end of the school day.  They are also available during stay and play sessions, when you are invited to spend time in your child's class. 

Library Time

At Marlborough Road Academy we love to read! We are lucky enough to have two well stocked libraries.  At KS2, pupils visit the library during the school day and are responsible to changing their library books.  At K.S 1 and EYFS pupils visit the library with their class teachers and parents can join them after school to share books. 

Books are issued using a fingerprint scanner and can be taken home to share further.

Parent Voice - June 2017

Each year we ask our parents to tell us what they think about Marlborough Road Academy.  We use the feedback to help us develop as a school and to help ensure that our pupils receive the best possible education.
 
We are pleased to report that this year, of the parents who replied, the vast majority ‘Agree Strongly’ or ‘Agree’ with each of the statements.
 
The survey results can be found in the downloads section on the left of this page.