Burlington Junior School
Headteacher: Mrs Pip Utting
Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCo): Mrs Caroline Case
Chair of Governors: Mr Simon Campbell
School Business Manager: Mrs Julie Kerr
School Office Team: Mrs Aniqa Khan, Mrs Sarah Mitchell, Mrs Denise Norman and Amanda Rogan
Reporting Pupil Absence
General Queries or Questions
If you have any general queries about our school, including information about admissions, please contact us via the following email address or telephone number and a member of our office team will respond to your enquiry:
Email - email@example.com
Telephone - 0208 942 2687
If you have any queries or questions about your child's education, please contact the class teacher initially.
If you are not happy with the response, please contact the year leader in the first instance.
In the morning and after school, members of staff are on duty who you are welcome to approach with any questions or queries.
Parental Queries - Email Contact
As we hope you can appreciate, our admin email box is very busy with all incoming mail. So we have set up an email address just for parents which enables you to contact our teaching staff/Senior Leadership Team.
The email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Please write in the subject box if the email is for a particular staff member. A member of the office team will endeavour to deal with your enquiry or pass it on to the relevant person as soon as we possibly can.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the school office.
For any comments, questions or suggestions regarding our school website, please send an email to:
Information about School Closures
To find out if school is open or closed, please check the home page of the website or Radio Jackie.
Suggestions of Ways to Improve Burlington
Any parent/carer of children currently attending Burlington Junior School is welcome to join our Parent Forum meetings.
The forum will be chaired by Mr Williams, and it gives you (the parent/carer) an opportunity to suggest ideas of how things could be improved at our school. If you are unable to attend, please send an email to the school office using the email address email@example.com, and a member of the office team will pass your suggestion on to Mr Williams who will bring it up at the meeting.
For more information about our Parent Forum, please click here.
Information about Disability Access
If you require any information about disabled access, or using the disabled parking facility, please telephone the school office team for more details. Information is also contained in the Accessibility Plan which can be accessed here.
Charges and Remissions
Trips and Workshops
Burlington arranges a variety of trips and workshops for the pupils which enhance their learning of the topic they are studying. In order for the trips and workshops to go ahead it is necessary for school to ask parents/guardians for a voluntary contribution towards the cost.
It is Burlington’s policy however not to exclude any child on the basis of inability to pay however should not enough funds be raised the trip/workshop may need to be cancelled.
Annual Voluntary Contribution
In addition, we ask parents to make an annual voluntary contribution at the beginning of the academic year. This enables us to buy additional resources. We really appreciate your donations.
For further information about our charging and remissions policy, please see the documents below or click here to view our non-curriculum policies.
We have two halls that can be hired out. All profits from hiring the school facilities are used to develop the buildings and curriculum further for our children.
Please contact Amanda Rogan on the above telephone number or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For further information about our lettings and charging and remissions policies, please see the documents below or click here to view our non-curriculum policies.
Burlington Junior School endeavours to provide the best education possible for all of its pupils in an open and transparent environment. We welcome any feedback that we receive from parents, pupils and third parties, and we accept that not all of this will be positive. Where concerns are raised, the school intends for these to be dealt with fairly, openly, promptly and without prejudice.
In order to do so, the governing board has approved our 'Complaints Policy' which explains what you should do if you have any concerns about the school. This policy can be found on our non-curriculum policies page.
In the first instance, please contact our teaching staff or the senior leadership team via the following email address:
I require paper copies of policies or other information on the school website.
To request paper copies of policies or other information on the school website, please email email@example.com .
Paper copies will be provided free of charge.