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Contact information

Headteacher – Miss Tammy Williams (Designated Safeguarding Lead)

Deputy Head – Mr Rob Ball (Curriculum Lead)

SENDCo – Ms Rebecca Stoiber

Senior learning Mentor – Mrs Tracey Johnson

Family Support Coordinator – Miss Simone Hackett

 

Address – Bells Lane, Druids Heath, Birmingham, B14 5QP

Telephone Number – 0121 675 8666

Email – enquiry@bellsfrm.bham.sch.uk 

If you have any queries or questions please do contact the school office where a member of our admin team will be able to assist you.

 

Requests for Paper Copies

If you require a paper copy of any information on this site, we will provide this free of charge. Please contact our school office by email or telephone.

 

Admissions Arrangements

You can find further information about our admissions here.

Assessment Results

To see our latest assessment progress and attainment data, click here.

Attendance

You can find our attendance policy on our policies page here.

Behaviour Policy

You can find our behaviour policy on our policies page here.

Charging and Remission Policy

You can find our charging and remission policy on our policies page here.

Complaints Procedure

You can find our complaints policy on our policies page here.

Curriculum

You will find out more about our school curriculum, including our Curriculum Statement here.

Ethos and Values

We believe that every pupil in Bells Farm is entitled to:

  • be safe, secure and happy in a school environment which has their welfare, safety and education at the heart of everything it does;
  • learn in a values – based community, which fosters care and respect for, and acceptance of themselves and others;
  • quality teaching across a broad and rich curriculum which enables all children to achieve their potential;
  • support to grow as confident and successful individuals.

Our school motto is:

Enjoying our learning…
…aiming for excellence.

 

Equality

You can find our equality policy on our policies page here.

Governors Information and Duties

To find out more about our school governors, click here. 

OFSTED Reports and Performance Tables

OFSTED is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. For more information on our most recent inspection click here.

PE & Sports Premium

Click here for more information about PE and here for information regarding Sports Premium.

Pupil Premium

Click here for more information about our Pupil Premium strategies.

Reading & Phonics

We deliver daily phonics lessons in Early Years and Key Stage One using the high quality DfE accredited phonics programme Phonics Shed; which is a Systematic Synthetic Programme (SSP) and works in conjunction with our phonics reading book scheme. Our early readers are provided with phonetically decodable books matched to their phonic knowledge. More information can be found by ready our phonics policy here.

Remote Education

You can find our remote education policy on our policies page here.

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy

You can find more information about our how we safeguard children on this page here and our policy can be found on our policies page here.

Schools Financial Information and Benchmarking Financial Declaration

No individual earns in excess of £100,000.

Special Educational Needs (SEN) & Disability Information

You can find more information about our how we support SEND children on this page here and our policy can be found on our policies page here.