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Scroll down for information about:

- Child Protection

- uniform

- term dates

- school dinners

- Agora (online payment system)

- homework procedures

- e-safety

- KS2 SATs results

- lunchtime rules

- TFU (our after school club)

- website screencasts

Child Protection



Children at Icknield may choose their uniform from the following list:

  • Grey skirts/ pinafores

  • Grey or black trousers (girls may wear these).

  • White or grey shirts/ blouses/ polo shirts. Plain white or grey T-shirts and roll neck tops are also acceptable.

  • Plain red jumpers/ cardigans.

  • School sweatshirts/ sweatcardis/ polo shirts (available from the School Office).

  • Plain grey or black summer shorts or short trousers (no Bermuda or cycle shorts).

  • Red and white checked, or striped, summer dresses.

  • Footwear should be sensible flat shoes or trainers – no high heels, boots or boot style trainers.


Children will also need:

  • PE kit of plimsolls, white T-shirt and black shorts stored in a draw-string bag. Trainers are not allowed for apparatus work. A school kit is available from the office.

  • Games kit of warm tracksuit or something similar to wear when the weather is cold. Outdoor trainers or football boots.

  • A one-piece swimming costume and towel when the pool is in use.

  • A book bag to store reading books and letters home. These are available from the school office.


Please remember:

  • All clothes should be clearly labelled with your child’s name.

  • Jewellery or make-up may not be worn in school. The only exceptions are watches and plain gold or silver studs for pierced ears.

  • Long hair must be tied back for PE and games.

  • Younger children may also require a change of underwear or spare uniform in case of accidents!


Most items of uniform can be ordered direct from School Trends website, see website details below.  Caps can be ordered at school, please contact the office. 

Here is Icknield Primary School Link:

School Dinner Menus


For more details about school dinners at Icknield please visit


Menus can be found here.



Agora - Logging in

Homework Procedures


Our homework policy was reviewed in February 2017 and is available in the 'Policies' section of the website. There have been a few updates made to the way we encourage home learning at Icknield and we encourage parents to familiarise themselves with these changes by either looking through the policy or reading our handy parent guide (see below). On 23rd February 2017 we shared these ideas at a parent information morning and the notes from this are also included below. For more information, please also look on the 'Class Pages' sections of the website for details specific to classes or speak to your child's class teacher.



E-Safety Information


An important part of children’s computing education is how to be safe online. We will continue our work in this area in lessons and through talking part in national E-Safety initiatives.


If you need any more information about keeping safe online or reporting issues please see the CEOP website, a great resource to support families and school. Resources can also be found on the NSPCC Website.

Useful Links


If you are a parent or carer, we hope you will find the web links below useful.

KS2 SATs Results 2016







School – 100 or above/AS






National – 100 or above/NS












School 110 or above (or at greater depth in writing)






Lunchtime Rules

The children and staff have worked hard to improve our lunchtimes and come up with the following rules for behaviour. We encourage children and parents to look through these rules and discuss them together. Any questions - please talk to your class teacher.



Icknield's after school club (TFU) is open to all pupils in the school.

We collect children from their classrooms at the end of the school day and take them to the hut we share with Pippins preschool, where we provide a healthy snack and a range of indoor and outdoor play activities.

We are open until 5.30pm Mon - Thurs, and 4.30pm on Fridays.

Sessions cost £5.50 per child if collected before 4.30, and £8 per child if collected between 4.30 and 5.30.

Information packs and booking forms are available from the school office.

If you have any questions or would like any further information please ask to speak to Wendy Solly.

Where every child matters and individuals are valued.