Parents Section

We presently have a vacancy for a Parent Governor to join the Governing Body at Bishop Stopford’s School, should you be interested in this post, please click on the link below for more information PARENT GOVERNOR LETTER 2017

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To apply to join our School, please click HERE for our  supplementary Form
and admission policy

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24th February 2017

Dear Parents/carers

RE: Headteacher appointment

I am delighted that the governing body has appointed Mrs Tammy Day as the permanent headteacher of Bishop Stopford’s School. Mrs Day will take up the post with immediate effect. This will be a seamless transition as she has been acting headteacher since Mr Woods left at the end of the summer term. DOWNLOAD THE FULL LETTER HERE

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Parent Governor Vacancy

There is currently a vacancy for a Governor at Bishop Stopford’s School, elected by the School’s Parents.

School Governors are crucial to the effective management of modern schools. New people are always needed to bring fresh ideas and abilities to this challenging and worthwhile role.

If you would like to offer your services as a Parent Governor, all you need is commitment, enthusiasm and the ability to work well as part of a team.

Please see documents below for more information on how to apply.

If you are interested please apply by Tuesday, 14th November 2017 to c/o Elaine Neacy, PA to Headteacher at eneacy@bishopstopfords.enfield.sch.uk.

PARENT GOVERNOR LETTER 2017

ELECTION PROFORMA
Governor Eligibilty – Parent
Parent Governors Job Description

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Photos and Filming at Bishop Stopford’s

Should you wish to opt-out of your child having their photo taken or being filmed in school, please complete the opt-out form attached to this link. More information can be found in the school’s E-Safety Policy (section 14) attached to this website. Please return the form to Elaine Neacy, PA to Headteacher, Bishop Stopford’s School, Brick Lane, Enfield, EN1 3PU.
Please download the form here

 

mychildschoolWe have a new and easy to use on line homework calendar / timetables. Click on the icon on the left to access it. School ID for Bromcom: 11302
Click here

Parents’ guide to homework calendar / timetables  CLICK HERE

 

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Please ensure you have received your activation details (Username and Password) to access your ParentPay account. You can check your account on ParentPay and top up funds by clicking on the picture link on the left.  Alternatively, a PayPoint Card can be ordered for ‘top-ups’ in cash in local shops.  For student ParentPay queries please contact the school on 020 8804 1906, please press 3 for assistance.

 

School Opening Status

OpenCheck

To see the school’s open status please click here. To check the school’s open status by phone call 0208 408 705 and quote the code 308-4702

 

Pupil Premium
Click here to see how we are using the PUPIL PREMIUM

 

esafetylogoBishop Stopford’s School is aware that the Internet and related technologies are powerful tools, which open up new prospects for communication and collaboration. Education is embracing these new technologies as they bring with them fresh opportunities for both teachers and learners.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW FULL DETAILS

Radicalisation and Extremism

Part of safeguarding is to ensure that our students do not get drawn into radicalisation/extremist groups. We know that this can also be a concern for parents/carers.

On our website we have a direct link to advice for parents/carers to help protect your child from possible radicalisation. If you have any concerns for your child or any young person you can contact the child protection team at the school or if you prefer, the local police on 101, or independent charity Crimestoppers 0800 555 111.

External Link – Counter-Extremism

Child Protection

Child Abuse Awareness Campaign