Communication between parents and school is integral to any child's learning.
We view education as a partnership between parents, pupils and the school.
There are several ways in which we seek to maintain contact between school and home. Please don't hesitate to contact us should you not find the information you are looking for.
- A written report is provided towards the end of each Summer Term.
- In addition, we hold consultation evenings during each term.
- A regular newsletter is sent out, updating school events and sharing work.
- The school’s website is also a valuable source of information for parents and children alike.
- We also ask for parent's / carer's email addresses, so that communications can be sent electronically, in order to minimise paperwork being sent home.
We are very fortunate at Ingoldsby to have a thriving PTFA that has been an integral part of the school community for many years.
Its stated aims are:
- To support the education of the children via fundraising and other activities
- To foster more extended relationships between staff, parents and others associated with the school.
Over the years we have raised a significant amount of funds which has been put towards a variety of vital purchases such as new books, trim trail, extra-curricular activities and swimming lessons.
If you are interested in supporting the PTFA as a parent, please speak to us in the school office so that we can direct you to the PTFA committee.
If you would like to support the PTFA through sponsorship, for example by endorsing a particular event by adding your logo to our advertising, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We have our own before and after school 'wraparound' club called Fabulous Foxes for those who need to drop off early and pick up after the usual school day.
Please see the documents below for further information.
Ingoldsby Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. Providing a safe environment for all our students, staff and visitors is at the upmost importance to us.
Our Safeguarding Team
Mrs Jeanette GleninningDesignated Safeguarding Lead
Mrs Jeanette Gleninning
Mrs Melanie CapesDeputy Designated Safeguarding Lead/ Principal
Mrs Melanie Capes
Designated Safeguarding Leads are Jeanette Glendinning and Melanie Capes. Please see Jeanette Glendinning in the first instance.
You must have your visitor pass on you at all times so that all staff and students can recognise you as a visitor. You must make sure that you sign in at the main reception in order to have access to the school and be issued with a visitor badge. Anyone without proof of a valid DBS will be given a red lanyard and will need to be accompanied at all times whilst on school site.
For any first aid requirements, please make sure to speak to a member of staff on site. Our staff are First Aid Trained and the first aid kits are located in the office and in EYFS.
If you are on the premises and the fire alarm sounds, you must exit the building via your nearest fire exit and make your way to the fire assembly point marked visitors on the school playground where you will receive further instructions.
Toilets are located by the office, down the main corridor.
Taking photographs during your visit to the academy is not permitted. Should you wish to take photographs express permission must be obtained from the Principal of the setting.
Local Safeguarding Authority
Lincolnshire Children’s Social Care
Referrals to children care 01522 782111
Provides the latest information on the sites young people like to visit, mobiles and new technology. It's separated into different age groups: 5-7years, 8-10 and 11-16 years. There is also a 'parent/carer' and 'teacher/trainer' section. It discusses what's good; what's not so good about the internet; about online risks and what you can do about them.
This site contains advice on how to use the internet and new technologies safely and responsibly as well as a range of practical resources, news and events focussing on the safe and responsible use of the internet and new technologies.
A site designed to teach younger children about some of the pitfalls of the internet in a fun-way; using cartoons, quizzes and games.
The Cybersmile Foundation is a multi-award winning anti cyberbullying non-profit making organisation that provides expert help and advice for cyberbullying victims and their families. Founded by parents of children directly affected by cyberbullying, it provides support to those that are bullied online, and changes the behaviour of the bullies themselves, through education.
This charity aims to prevent bullying and child sexual abuse, by working with children and young people aged 6 to 19, concerned parents and grandparents, teachers and carers.
ChildLine is a confidential counselling service for children and young people. They can contact ChildLine about anything - no problem is too big or too small. You can phone ChildLine on 0800 1111, send them an email, have a 1-2-1 chat or send a message to Ask Sam. You can also post messages to the ChildLine message boards or text them.
Find advice on handling social media, screen time and how to use parental controls and privacy settings to keep your children safe online. Take Vodafone’s digital family pledge and help your family set some digital house rules.
N.B Each of the mobile networks including the top 5 e.g. EE, GiffGaff, O2, Sky Mobile, Tesco and Virgin Mobile etc. have their own internet safety pages.
Our performance against other schools can be found via the Department for Education’s School Performance Table.
KS2 Performance Data - 2018/19
KS2 Results Over Time
Ofsted & Parent View
Our latest Ofsted report can be found here.