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Have your contact details changed?


Please remember to update the school of any change of address, telephone number or emergency contacts.  Please print off the attached form to complete and return to the school office.  Or ask Ms Spence or Mrs Cox in the school office for a hard copy.


Parking - Why not 'Park & Stride' to school?


Swinderby All Saints Primary School is now operating a ‘Park and Stride’ scheme, working with Swinderby Village Hall and LCC Sustainable Travel Officers.


Parking space near our school is very limited. We respectfully request that you are considerate to our neighbours and do not obstruct their driveways.  At drop off and pick up times parents are encouraged to park at Swinderby Village Hall and walk your child(ren) the short distance to the school. We hope this will alleviate many parking problems both parents and residents have previously faced and encourage our youngsters to walk part of their journey to school in a safer environment.


Although the Village Hall committee have allowed the use of their car park, it is to be noted that this is not a drop off facility and parents are expected to accompany their children especially as help may be needed to cross the road.


Walking that extra 5 minutes a day adds up to almost an hour of walking a week, and will help cardiovascular fitness, keep your heart healthy and tone muscles - great for our growing generation!


The Park and Stride scheme aims to alleviate stress at the school gates and supports our students in learning vital skills such as daily fitness and road safety. We hope you'll join in our efforts by parking at Swinderby Village Hall and encouraging other parents to do the same.

Happy Striding!

Park & Stride in Action

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For teenagers or parents of teenagers who feel they have become involved in an abusive relationship.



A website with advice for children and adults with concerns about a child's welfare.