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Wellbeing & Nurture Information

Welcome to our parents page. Here you’ll find a wide range of information as well as useful links. In addition, the NSPCC have shared some important information below on wider NSPCC resources and support to help keep children safe.

Parent/Carer support

Take a look at information, support, advice and activities from NSPCC for parent and carers.

Refresh Carers – Are you an unpaid carer? Ready for a change? This could be for you! – courses focusing on personal development goals, confidence building and wellbeing sessions

Click here to download the details




Activities to extend learning at home

Take part in games and activities at home to help children learn about speaking out and staying safe.

Online Safety Hub

For information on a range of different online safety topics including gaming, social media, sharing images, parental controls and more.

Childline – under 12’s

Childline have an accessible website with advice, support, games and activities. Children can change the language, enlarge text and also listen to the content. (5-7) (7-11)

Emotional Wellbeing & Mental Health Support at Iveson 

Please click here to find out more

Iveson Excellence Awards

How it works: Our Excellence Awards are split into several categories and sub-categories.
These are as follows: 

Special Mentions

Pupils are nominated by their class teacher for exceptional achievements throughout the week.

Pride of Iveson

Voted for by the pupils in various categories and takes place each half term.

Academic Excellence

Presented to the very highest achievers across the school.

Primary Stars

KS2 award in recognition of consistently high standards across the key areas of being ambitions, being inspiring, being connected & being fair.

New Admissions

In order to assist families to secure a school place more easily and efficiently, the Admissions team at Leeds City Council have introduced a new section on the Admissions website which includes a list of all schools which they believe have vacancies. This list is updated weekly so please keep checking back.

We believe our children deserve the very best learning environment so we have a rolling programme of maintenance and larger-scale developments to ensure this.

Don’t just take our word for it though, why not take a look for yourself with our Virtual Tour – to start the tour click the image below.


Breakfast Club

At Iveson Primary School we firmly believe that breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day. Children are provided breakfast, a drink and fruit to ensure a calm and healthy start to their school day. 

Breakfast Club must be booked in advance and paid for in advance on School Gateway. We require 1 weeks notice to cancel a booked space as staffing will have been allocated for that week.

For more information on our Breakfast Club and to book places please contact us.



We are pleased to inform you that we are part of the National School Breakfast Programme. Bagels are prepared for all children in the school to have on arrival and at break time. Please see the ingredients and information document attached for more details. 

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Personal Development and Enrichment

At Iveson Primary School we offer a broad range of personal development and enrichment opportunities as part of our wider offer. We believe that developing the whole child is integral to supporting our students in reaching their aspirations.

Our Enrichment Offer

Our Enrichment Offer

Our Enrichment Offer

Outside of normal school hours we offer a range of afterschool clubs that link to different aspects of the curriculum. 
To find out more and book a place for your child please use the link below.

All bookings should be made using our sign-up forms. Places are limited for some provision so will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

All provision runs from 3:15 pm – 4:30 pm on the days stated. Pupils are collected from the school main entrance at the end of a session.

Autumn Term

Key Stage 1 – Fun & Fitness with Liam Cooper Academy

Key Stage 2 – Adventure Club with Liam Cooper Academy

Year 5 & 6 – Rap Poetry with Lence

Year 5 & 6 Book Club with Miss Dent

Year 1 & 2 Book Club with Mrs Collinson

Key Stage 1 –  Multi Skills with Liam Cooper Academy

Key Stage 2 – Basketball with Liam Cooper Academy

Year 3 & 4 – Computing with Mrs Bowes

Year 1 & 2 – Music Club with Mrs Button

Year 5 & 6 – Rap Poetry with Lence

For further information please contact us.

Spring Term

Key Stage 2 – Art Club

Key Stage 1 – STEM Club

Key Stage 1 – Liam Cooper Academy – Tag Rugby

Key Stage 2 – Liam Cooper Academny – American Dodgeball

Year 2 – Sports Club with Miss Gray

Key Stage 1 – Liam Cooper Academy Club TBC

Key Stage 2 – Liam Cooper Academy Club TBC

Year 2 & 3 – STEM Club with Miss Wigglesworth

Year 6 – AM & PM SATs Booster Session with Miss Wilde & Mr Edwards

For further information please contact us.

Summer Term

Year 1 – Design & Technology Club with Miss McGill – Sewing

Year 3 & 4 – Spanish Club with Mrs Fenske

Key Stage 1 – Liam Cooper Academy Club – Mini Olympics

Key Stage 2 – Liam Cooper Academy Club – Athletics 

Key Stage 1 – Liam Cooper Academy Club TBC

Key Stage 2 – Liam Cooper Academy Club TBC

For further information please contact us.

After school education at The Nest

The Nest is our fantastic after school club. We offer a variety of activities, including arts and crafts, board games, construction toys, the use of iPads and outdoor area.

The Nest is open from 3.15 pm to 5.50 pm (Except Friday we close at 4:50pm). All bookings and cancellations need to be made via the school gateway app by parents/carers. 

Other highlights include:

  • Bookable in advance
  • Childcare Vouchers accepted
  • Healthy snacks and drinks.
  • Support with homework
  • Staggered finish times with various charges
*Late Fees* – If you are late after the final session closes there is an additional £25 after 10 mins, each additional 5mins will incur £5. 
NEST – out of school hours mobile – 07936008124

The Nest

After School Club
£ 12
Pers session - Mon - Thur 3:15 pm - 5:50 pm
  • Monday – Friday, 3:15pm – 3:45pm £3.00 per session
  • Monday – Friday, 3:15pm – 4:30pm £6.00 per session
  • Monday – Thursday, 3:15 pm – 5:50 pm £12.00 per session
  • Friday Only, 3:15pm – 4:50pm £8.00 per session

School Day , Uniform & Diary Dates


The morning session begins at 8:50 for KS1 & 2 (pupils enter from 8:45am) and 08.45am for Nursery and Reception (pupils enter from 8:450m). Morning session ends at 12 noon for Nursery, Reception and Key Stage 1 and 12:10 for Key Stage 2.

The morning session allows for a 15-minute playtime.

Lunchtime is taken between 12:00 and 1:10 pm.

The afternoon session allows for a 15-minute playtime for Key Stage 1 pupils.

The afternoon session ends at 3:15 (3:10 for Nursery & Reception) and the gates open for parents to enter the school for collection at 3:00 pm.

Details of all class assemblies are available within individual class pages and invites for Special Mention assemblies will be sent out to the parents on nominated pupils weekly via WhatsApp.

Please note: School Office hours are 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Parental Information: Attendance Procedures

Parents/carers should contact us to provide a reason for why their child is not in school by 9.15am. This can be done via WhatsApp or a phone call (0113 2256868 option 1)

A phone call or whats app message will be made to the parents/carers by school if no reason is provided. If there is no response from parents/carers a home visit may be carried out.

If a pupil is absent for 3 days or more the school may carry out a home visit, even if a reason has been given.


Parental information: Important points to know

At any point during the absence a home visit may take place. (In line with safeguarding procedures we may ask to see your child).

Absences may not be authorised without evidence if a pupil’s attendance is below 96%.

Leave during term time will not be authorised unless there are exceptional circumstances and the Headteacher uses their discretion.

If you require leave in term time you must request this in writing by completing our leave in term time request form, which can be obtained at the school office. This is to be done prior to any absence or booking that may need to be made.

Please remember that school starts at 8.50am and your child should be in school for this time every day.

It is a parent’s responsibility to ensure their child attends School regularly. We aim for at least 96%, in line with the government guidance.

Please click on the calendar image to view our academic year calendar for 2023-2024


Please click on the calendar image to view our academic year calendar for2024-2025

Let us introduce to you Miss Fletcher’s Attendance Team

The team meet up to discuss attendance as a whole over the school and look at how we can reward good attendance with the children’s point of view.


We reward children for excellent attendance every Term (Autumn, Spring and Summer) with a special treat, ideas are always welcomed by the children so this can vary from term to term.Each child in the winning class will get a raffle ticket towards our Summer prize. 

Each year every child who achieves 96% attendance and above is entered into our to our Big Summer surprise, this is TBC as we are asking the children what they would like. A raffle ticket will also go into the Summer prize draw for each child. 

Super September – Every child who achieves 100% throughout the month of September receives a reward, this is usually a movie and pizza night at school or certificate and prize. A raffle ticket as well. 

Jump into January – Every child who has a total of 96% attendance or above for the whole academic year up to the end of January will receive a reward. A raffle ticket as well. 

Just do it July – This is where we have a big push on attendance to challenge ourselves for the Summer prize draw.

To help parents / carers keep up to date with their child’s attendance we send out half termly registration certificates.

Our attendance ladder

School uniforms

School Uniform Policy

We have two companies to choose from; Whittakers, who are based in Farsley and Uniforms & More based in Moortown. You will find their contact details below together with links to order forms


3 -5 Town St, Farsley, Pudsey LS28 5EN
Telephone: 0113 256 6020

Opening hours 9am-5pm Monday – Friday

Uniforms & More

49 Cranmer Bank, Leeds LS17 5JDTelephone: 0113 2284652

Opening hours 9am-5pm Monday – Friday (Closed Wednesdays)

This company also stock matching book bags.

Both companies can also take payment over the phone for orders and deliver to school for you to collect at your convenience.

School Dinners

At Iveson Primary school we take great pride in the provision and quality of the meals we provide.

Food served in all maintained schools and academies in England must meet school food standards so that children have healthy, balanced diets. These standards make sure that school lunches always include:

  • One or more portions of fruit and vegetables every day
  • One or more portions of starchy food, such as bread or pasta every day
  • A portion of food containing milk or dairy every day
  • A portion of meat or poultry on 3 or more days each week
  • Oily fish once or more every 3 weeks

To login in to order your child(ren) meals please Click here

Payment and ordering is made via Hutchison Appetite.

To view our menus click below

Autumn Term and Spring Term 1

To view our menus click below

Spring Term 2 and Summer Term

Online Safety

Online safety is an important part of keeping children safe. We have extensive security measures in place in school, which are monitored both internally and externally, to help safeguard pupils from potential dangers or unsuitable material.

Any online safety incidents are recorded and managed in accordance with our Online Safety Policy. Online safety is taught to all pupils explaining and demonstrating how to stay safe and behave appropriately online.

We can only be successful in keeping children safe online if we work with parents to ensure the online safety message is consistent. It is important that parents speak to their children about how they can keep safe and behave appropriately online.

It’s essential to be realistic – banning the internet or technology will not work and it often makes a child less likely to report a problem. Education around safe use is essential.

Information for parents

Online Safety Leaflet for Parents

Online Safety Briefing Sheet for Parents

See below the NSPCC Website link & recent Parent Workshop notes.

NSPCC Website

Parent Workshop




Digital guides for parents

The Momo Challenge – updated 28th Feb 2019 – MOMO-Online-Safety-Guide-for-Parents

Parental Guide – Apple

Parental Guide – Nintendo Switch

Parental Guide – WiiU

Parental Guide – Xbox family

Parental Guide – Xbox 360

Parental Guide – Xbox One

Parental Guide – Nintendo3DS

Parental Guide – Playstation


Websites for more information

CEOP (The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre) delivers a multi-agency service dedicated to tackling the abuse and exploitation of children in the real and ‘e’ world. Often it is referred to as an online 999. By clicking on the button, young people and parents can get advice on a range of issues such as viruses, hacking and dealing with bullying online.

Visit the website here

Digital guides for parents



Talk to us

If you’d like to find out more about our school, arrange a visit or make a general enquiry email us at: or use our handy form.