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SET Maidstone Infant School

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General Details

Maidstone Infant School is a Community Co-educational Primary Day School, providing an excellent education for the children in the 3 – 7 age range (Reception and Key stage 1).

The organisation of infant classes varies from year to year, depending on the number of children on roll. At present there are two Reception classes, two Year 1 classes and 2 year 2 classes and a Local Authority Specialist Provision for Autistic Spectrum Disorder pupils who have an EHCP and a diagnoses for ASD.

Having completed Year 2 at Maidstone Infant School, the majority of children transfer to Causton Junior School. The transition from one school to the other is made as smooth as possible by regular liaison and planned visits. Staff from both schools meet to discuss and plan curriculum and pastoral organisation.

During the term before they start in the Reception Class, the children have many visits to their new class, to meet their new teacher. A morning is set aside for parents to visit, be given information and ask questions.

Two consultation weeks are held per year, to give parents the opportunity to discuss their children’s progress in a formal situation. We have an Open Door policy for parents to come in and discuss concerns at any time, on a more informal basis. Please do not hesitate to make an appointment.

Who to contact

Name
Lucy Thompson
Position
Head of School
Telephone
01394 283375
Fax
01394 276956
Email
maidstoneadmin@maidstoneandcauston.org
Website
http://www.maidstoneandcaustonfed.co.uk

Additional contact

Additional Website
Suffolk County Council

Where to go

Name
Maidstone Infant School
Address
Maidstone Road
Felixstowe
Suffolk
Postcode
IP11 9EG
Area served
Felixstowe
Venue Email
maidstoneadmin@maidstoneandcauston.org
Venue Website
http://www.maidstoneandcaustonfed.co.uk/
Parking available
Yes

Days & Times

8.30 - 4.30
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Session Information
9 -12pm
1.10 -3.10pm

Other details

Age Groups
Children (5-11)
Accessibility
Disabled Parking, Wheelchair Access, Adapted Toilet, Audio Loop
School Transport assistance
Find out more about home to school transport
Service users involved in planning
No
School Type
Primary
School Status
Academy
Academy Sponsor/Trust
Seckford Education Trust
Ofsted
View the latest Ofsted Inspection Report
DfE Number
2075
Last Updated
19/11/2019

Nursery provision

Vacancies

Immediate vacancies
No
Other information
Please contact the office for vacancy information

Other Details

Ofsted Information

Ofsted URN
124581
Link to latest ofsted inspection report 
Inspection history
Inspection History
Inspection DateInspection typeInspection Outcome
13/03/2014SchoolGood
10/07/2018SchoolGood-Short Inspection

Local Offer Local Offer Record

Experience of including people with special educational needs and disabilities

Linked team for Statutory Assessment and EHCPs: 

Suffolk Coastal Family Services Team (SENDSS@suffolk.gov.uk)

 

 

Contact
Amanda Fish
Telephone
01394 283375/ 283374
Email
senadmin@maidstoneandcauston.org
Conditions Supported
Autistic spectrum conditions
Communication difficulties
Health conditions
Learning difficulties
Mental health conditions
Physical disabilities
Sensory impairments

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