Coronavirus Latest Updates
KEY WORKER PARENTS
If you are a KEY WORKER and are returning to work, please contact school by text or email if you are needing your child to return to school. Please include your child's name, year group and the date you would want them to start back. Please note: you MUST NOT send your child back to school until their place has been confirmed with you by school staff.
For further information, advice and guidance including information on learning resources
For the latest government guidance please see the link below:
DfE Guidance - Key workers
Celebrating VE Day
A huge THANK YOU to Sky who have been delivering workpacks to our children over the past couple of weeks. This week, they have delivered over 90 packs to our pupils - we could not have done it without them!
Stay Safe - from all of us at Toll Bar Primary School
A message for all our families.....
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When Trax FM came to talk to Toll Bar pupils. Please click the following link then scroll down to Toll Bar Primary School to see what our pupils had to say ....
Latest School Calendar Events
- Training Day01Jun2020
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
- We have had complaints from local residents about unsafe parking on Hall Villa Lane and Askern Road. Information letters will be sent home tonight with your child. Please be mindful where you park when dropping off and collecting children. Thank you
If you require a paper copy of information on the website, please ask the office and it will be provided free of charge.
The Don Valley Pyramid of schools (Sunnyfields Primary School, Castle Hills Primary School, Toll Bar Primary School, Our Lady’s Catholic Primary School, Bentley New Village Primary School, Kirkby Avenue Primary School, Bentley High Street Primary School and Arksey Primary School) have agreed a consistent application of the Government guidance and are working together to ensure common systems and protocols.
Guidance states that, the government has asked parents to keep their children at home, wherever possible, and asked schools to remain open only for those children who absolutely need it (and there is no viable alternative). This is to provide non-educational child care.
As schools have been directed to close to a majority of pupils to reduce the spread of COVID-19 this means that schools have a limited capacity to accommodate children who are accessing emergency childcare in order to prevent the spread of the virus.
Corona Virus - Free school meals
Shopping vouchers will now be sent out by text to all parents with children who are eligible for Free School Meals.
School will no longer be supplying packed lunches.
PLEASE SEE THE LINK BELOW FOR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS REGARDING THE NEW VOUCHER SCHEME FOR WHEN THIS IS WORKING AS IT SHOULD.
If you think you should be entitled to Free School Meals and do NOT receive the voucher, please visit the DMBC website to check if you are eligible otherwise please click here
Welcome to our School
At Toll Bar Primary we believe we are a 'Community Primary' school. Not only are we located in the very heart of the village, we and the community we serve, work hand in hand to better the school and that which surrounds it. We hope that our website reflects some of the interesting and engaging things that happen in and around our school. We believe everyone should have access to the best experiences and opportunities possible and it is something we will always strive to provide for all.
We believe Toll Bar Primary School to be a safe, caring environment. One in which, through strong partnership, we strive to achieve each child's full and individual potential.
Our aim in the school is to educate the whole child, and through the curriculum provide for the learning of essential skills and knowledge. We believe a child should be given every opportunity to realise their greatest aspirations and express their thoughts and feelings to the World around them. The whole curriculum conforms to the requirements of the National Curriculum and we seek to creatively and meaningfully engage our pupils in their learning so as to achieve the best possible outcomes.
We are committed to safeguarding children and promote the physical and emotional welfare of each and every child in our school. Not only do our children respond to the passion we have to providing them all an enriched and exciting education, they too know that at in our school they are supported, cared for and valued.
It is our hope that our time together will be enjoyable, memorable and allow us all to achieve our potential as a community of lifelong learners.
School Contact Details
Should you need to contact your child's teacher during this period please email them on:-
FOR NURSERY (ASH) email@example.com
FOR FOUNDATION 2 (MAPLE) firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR YEAR 1 (SYCAMORE) email@example.com
FOR YEAR 2 (OAK) firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR YEAR 3 (CEDAR) email@example.com
FOR YEAR 4 (ELM) firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR YEAR 5 (WILLOW) email@example.com
FOR YEAR 6 (CHESTNUT) firstname.lastname@example.org
These can also be found on your class page, where there will be links to educational websites and work packs.
FOR ANY OFFICE ENQUIRIES email@example.com
SCHOOL TELEPHONE NUMBER 01302 874324
MOBILE TEXT ONLY SERVICE 07786 208889
(School opening hours are 8.30am - 3.00pm Monday to Friday)
School Admissions - September 2020
All information regarding admissions can be found here:
Alternatively, you can find the information on this website under the Parent Hub tab/Admissions or by clicking here - Admissions
The online application form is now available for nursery places in September 2020. This can be found at
The online application form is available from 14/10/19 for primary places in September 2020. This can be found at
The online application form is now available for secondary places in September 2020. This can be found at
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