Headteacher: Mr Steven Peter Shaw
Chair of Trustees: Mr Alex Norman
SEND Co-ordinator: Emily Belcher
The school office is open Monday to Friday 8.00am to 4.30pm. Please use the extension number of the member of staff you wish to speak to, if known. Alternatively, speak to our receptionist who will put you through to the best person to speak to, depending on your enquiry.
To contact the above, please email: email@example.com
To contact the school, by phone: 01452 770301
General enquiries: Please contact Miss C Jesson on firstname.lastname@example.org
Admissions: Please contact Mrs K Weller on email@example.com
Thomas Keble School - a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales under number 7698037; Registered office: Eastcombe, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL6 7D.
The pupil’s parent/carer must notify the school on the first day of an unplanned absence by 10am or as soon as practically possible. Parents/Guardians can notify the school by calling 01452 770301 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The school must be notified on each subsequent day of absence.
We will mark absence due to illness as authorised unless the school has a genuine concern about the authenticity of the illness. If the authenticity of the illness is in doubt, the school may ask the pupil’s parent/carer to provide medical evidence, such as a doctor’s note, prescription, appointment card or other appropriate form of evidence. We will not ask for medical evidence unnecessarily. If the school is not satisfied about the authenticity of the illness, the absence will be recorded as unauthorised and parents/carers will be notified of this in advance.
Complaints and Concerns
Any person, including parents and carers of children registered at the school or members of the public, may make a complaint to Thomas Keble School about any provision of facilities or services that we provide. We will use this complaints procedure unless complaints are dealt with under separate statutory procedures (such as appeals relating to exclusions or admissions).
The difference between a concern and a complaint The DfE guidance explains the difference between a concern and a complaint:
- A concern is defined as “an expression of worry or doubt over an issue considered to be important for which reassurances are sought”
- A complaint is defined as “an expression of dissatisfaction however made, about actions taken or a lack of action”
For information about raising a concern or a complaint, please see our complaint procedure below.