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Poplars Community Primary School

Courage, Honesty, Aspiration, Kindness, Collaboration

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Working in partnership with our families 

In collaboration with staff, parents and our community we have developed a timetable of weekly opportunities to offer support, advise and facilitate wider community interactions to create closer contact with our school community.  

We have an open-door policy and love welcoming families to our school. In addition to regular shared learning and community events we offer the opportunity to see our school in action, with a timetable weekly school tour.  

We also have weekly drop-in sessions for all things pastoral and SEND. These sessions will also give the opportunity to find out more about our high-quality school offer with regard to pastoral provision and SEND.  

Our newly created parent and baby/toddler group is open to everyone in our community. Come along and join in the fun.  






School tour @ 2.30pm 




Pastoral drop in @ 



SEND drop in @ 



School Tour 



Further details 

Every Monday at 2.30pm 

Come to the main office. No need to book.  

We love showing off the teaching and learning at our school! Come along and join us for a school tour. This opportunity is open to all parents/carers every Monday at 2.30pm. The tour will take approximately 20 minutes and led by Mrs Hurren or Mr Cunningham. 



Pastoral drop in 



Further details 

Every Tuesday at 8.25am 

Community room  

(the gate next to Y3 classroom entrance). No need to book, just pop along. 

Come and join Mrs Daniels our Pastoral and Community Lead on Tuesdays at 8.25am. Mrs Daniels is fully trained in lots of pastoral provisions and mental health and has lots of ideas and advice she can offer.  

Refreshments provided. 



SEND drop in 



Further details 

Every Wednesday at 8.25am 

Community room  

(the gate next to Y3 classroom entrance). No need to book, just pop along. 

Come and join Mrs Gallagher our SENDCo on Wednesdays at 8.25am. Mrs Gallagher is a very experienced and talented SENDCo and can offer lots of advice and support for all things SEND.  

Refreshments provided. 


In addition, the following links have a wealth of information for children and adults to tap into for advice and guidance. Please take a look at the suggestions below.


Support for children:


Support for adults: › suffolk › infolink › service



Suffolk County Council are running a variety of parenting groups which are free and easy to sign up for. 


The Solihull programme runs for 10 weeks as focuses on parent and child relationships including behaviour management.


The Triple P programme (Positive Parenting Programme) is an 8 week course with practical strategies to help improve family relationships and manage challenging situations.


For further details, please ask at school or click on the link below. 


Parenting support

We provide services that can be accessed at a time and place that suits families to help them to do well, stay safe and resolve problems at the earliest possible opportunity, before they become more serious.


Early Help means taking action to support a child, young person or their family early in the life of a problem or as soon as it emerges.

The help can be required at any stage in a child's life, whether it's from pre-birth to adulthood. It applies equally to safeguarding or complex needs that the family cannot deal with, or meet on their own.


Take a look at our Early Help Offer below. 

We hope you find the sites useful and please still get in touch if you feel there is anything we can help you with.