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FAQs for Parents
You can claim your free milk entitlement or your child or pay to have milk available for your child (if over 5) by registering with CoolMilk: https://www.coolmilk.com
Are school meals available?
Yes, school meals are available through our provider, Principals Catering who offer a choice of a hot meal or school dinner packed lunch. Meals cost £2.25 a day. Further information can be found on our website here.
Does my child need a school uniform?
All Children at Milstead and Frinsted School are required to wear uniform which can be purchased from our supplier www.schoolwearforless.com or Forster’s School Leisure Ltd, East Street, Sittingbourne.
Children are encouraged to look smart and tidy. Further information can be found on our website here.
How do I enroll my child at the school?
For information about enrolling your child at Milstead and Frinsted C of E Primary School, please visit our website page here. Parents are welcome to make an appointment to vie the school by telephoning the School Office.
What do I do if my child is sick?
Parents should inform the school by telephone on the first morning of an absence by 10am and provide a reason for the pupil's absence. The school will contact the pupil's family and thereafter other emergency contacts if no explanation is given to confirm the reason for the child’s absence. A letter is required on the child’s return to school confirming the reason for their absence.
Where is Milstead and Frinsted C of E Primary School located?
Milstead and Frinsted C of E Primary School,
School Lane, Milstead, Sittingbourne, Kent ME9 0SJ
Telephone: 01795 830 241
Will my child get homework?
We strongly believe in the value of parents supporting children’s learning and encourage you to help your child with their homework. The amount and type of homework your child will receive will vary depending on what they are studying and which year group they are in.
However we also value the extra activities that children become involved with outside school, we do not therefore over burden children with unnecessary homework.
Initially homework tends to be reading and spellings moving through times tables and finding things out to more formal tasks as your child progresses through the school. Teachers will send homework timetables home at the beginning of each term letting you know what to expect.