School Logo

Get In Touch

Interactive bar

Google Search


Google Translate


Parent Information

Welcome to St Francis Xavier Catholic Primary school parents information page.  All information including newsletters, curriculum and links to your child's class page can be accessed here.

Parental Engagement 

At St Francis Xavier Catholic Primary School, we recognise each child as an individual, and aim to give all children every opportunity to realise their full potential.  We believe that a close partnership between the school, parents and the child is essential if we are to achieve this aim.



The Responsibilities of the Parents/Carers


All parent/carers will:

  • Support the school in its aims and values
  • Ensure their child's regular and punctual
  • Notify the school early on the first day of the reason for their childs absence
  • Support their child in the school work they are expected to do at home
  • Tell the school any circumstances which may effect their child
  • Attend parents' evening and discussion about their child's progress


The Responsibilities of the school


The School will:

  • Value and respect each child as an individual
  • encourage and praise good progress and achievement 
  • inform parents of the progress and achievement 
  • inform parents of the progress and welfare of their child
  • encourage high expectations and pride in achievement 
  • recognise and praise good progress and achievement
  • provide safe and orderly environment in which to work
  • encourage high expectations and pride in achievement
  • recognise and praise good progress and achievement
  • listen to parents' views and concerns


How to help your child at school


Children can achieve well at school when their family and friends take an interest in their school and schoolwork. Getting involved in your child's education, even in the simplest way, shows that you care about their school life.  Often, the more supported a child feels at home, the more effectively she or he will learn at school. Whatever your lifestyle, or family situation, it is never to soon (or too late) to start helping a child develop a positive attitude towards learning.


If you are concerned about your child's learning, you may be unsure about how best to support them.  It's important to have a good line of communication between parent and teacher, with each of you seeing your roles as complementary and inclusive. You have the right to expect and ask for help. Sometimes things happen that make going to school difficult for your child. Common problems include falling out with friends, finding schoolwork too hard and being bullied, and tackling these early on makes all the difference.  You may be able to help them by:


  • Letting them know that you care and want to help
  • Asking if they can think of anything helpful that you could do.
  • Speaking to their teacher and ask what the school could do to help.
  • Encouraging them to join after-school club or activities.
  • Taking things slowly, one step at a time.


Parent Support Advisor


Miss Hodby is out Parent Support Advisor. Her role is mainly to support you and your child to get the very best from school by providing support, advice and information. Miss Hodby can help you with any worries and concerns you may have in relation to your child's education, behaviour or attendance and provide support on how best to deal with it.


When might you need to contact your Parent Support Advisor?


  • I have a question about parenting
  • I need help getting my children to school on time
  • My child's attendance needs improving
  • I'm worried my child is being bullied
  • My child's behaviour is getting out of hand
  • I need help to talk to my child's teacher or someone in school about my concerns
  • I need help filling in school applications or support through transition stages e.g. moving classes or schools
  • I need help to access information about money worries, parenting courses, health etc.

Please contact the school if you would like any extra support so Miss Hodby can meet with you.



School Information Booklet

School Holiday Pattern 2020-21

Internet Safety


Internet Safety Day is 11th Feb 2020 and we have sent the following Factsheet out to parents covering important guidance on age restrictions of social media and help and guidance on how to keep your children safe online.



Stay and Play here at St Francis Xavier!

Mission Together-Thankyou!

Thank you to the pupils and parents of St Francis Xavier Catholic Primary School for the Mission Together collection boxes, you have all raised £45.47 


Well done everyone!

Breakfast Club


Give your child a good start to the day at our Breakfast Club.

£2.00 per day provides your child with breakfast which can include cereal, toast, crumpets and pancakes.

Breakfast club starts at 7.30am each morning and runs until 8.15am.




Class Pages


Each year group now have their own class page.  Parents may find these pages helpful as they include all the latest information from topics the children are learning from term to term, and PE and Homework Dates, to access the class pages go to:


Menu-Key Information-Curriculum-Class Pages 


or click on this link