We are a dynamic, forward-thinking, maintained two form entry, multicultural school with children who are enthusiastic , lively and come from a wide variety of backgrounds. We are committed to providing an inclusive education for all our pupils. We are proud of our diversity and work hard to ensure that we offer an inclusive and supportive environment for all stakeholders. Our children's earning, development and wellbeing are at the heart of everything we do.
If you would like your child to attend our school, please see full details of our admission arrangements below.
If you have any queries regarding admissions, please contact the Local Authority using the links below or the school office on 024 76594851.
Supporting your child into school
At Joseph Cash we are passionate about ensuring your child feels welcomed and settled when they start at school with us, as we feel this will enable them to have the best possible educational and school experience.
To enable this, regardless of what year group they are in, children will have home visit by Mrs Cooper and a Learning Mentor. This is an opportunity for you and your child to make a link with the school, you will be given a welcome pack, which includes some information and forms that need to be completed. It is chance for you, in your own environment to share any concerns you may have, any previous information that you feel you need let us know, any strengths that your child has that we can celebrate or just an opportunity for you to ask any questions you may have about life at Joseph Cash.
A tour of the school will then be arranged, this will give your child a chance to see their new classroom, meet their teacher and make further links with the school.
It is normally the day after this, that your child will start.
Throughout their first week Mrs Cooper, as the familiar adult they have met, will pop into the classroom and see how they are enjoying their first week at JC.
The following week parents/ careers are invited to a meeting with the Headteacher, Mrs Nelson and Mrs Cooper. This is an opportunity to share from both school and home perspective how the pupil has settled into school. We will review attendance and punctuality and behaviour and check that the expectations are clear for all. The children are given opportunity to share how they feel they have settled in and any successes. And the meeting ends with the message that parents are welcome to school any time to ask questions or receive any support needed.