Communication and Complaints

Communication

At Cedarwood we pride ourselves on being an open school with good communication between staff and parents.

If you have a safeguarding concern you should report this immediately to Mrs Shute, the Designated Safeguarding Lead or Mr Stroud, the Alternate Designated Safeguarding Lead.

If you have a particular problem that arises we would ask that initially you discuss this with your child’s teacher – if they are unable to resolve the problem then you should make an appointment to see Mr Stroud or Mrs Shute.

If they are unable to resolve the issue they will refer you to Dr Margaret Rowe, Chair of Governors.

Complaints Procedure

Parents should note that it is the wish of the Governing Body to deal with matters raised by parents quickly, effectively and as informally as possible. Parents are asked, therefore, in the first instance, to refer any concerns directly to the teaching staff, the Head Teacher and then to Governors.

Please click HERE to read Suffolk County Council Advice on how to raise a concern about a school or your child's education.

If a matter cannot be resolved through informal channels then the Governing Body has adopted a complaints procedure available below.