FAQ for parents

Here are some of our most frequently asked questions from parents whose child is starting at Euler Academy.

If you can’t find the answer to your query on this page, don’t hesitate to contact the school admin team.

The school day starts with personalised learning at 8:45am. Morning lessons continue until 11:30am, when the children break for playtime and lunch. Afternoon lessons begin at 12:45pm. The school day ends at 3:00pm (1:30pm on Thursdays).

Lunch can be provided at school where there will be a hot meal or a cold alternative at the salad bar. Your child has the option of bringing a packed lunch on a Friday if they would prefer. Please refer to our packed lunch guide for suitable food for sending to school.

You can buy Euler polo shirts and jumpers via the school merchandise shop, where you will find more information about pricing. Children will also need black or grey trousers and sensible outdoor shoes. They may also wear soft soled indoor shoes if they prefer.

You will need to send your child with a PE kit. The PE kit comprises of black shorts, white t-shirt and unbranded navy joggers and hoodie/tracksuit. We ask that you send in PE kit at the beginning of term and we shall return it at the holidays. Please clearly label all PE kit.

Staff will endeavour to find any lost items of clothing, but to ensure that this does not happen please write or stitch your child’s name into their uniform, particularly jumpers. If an item of clothing does get lost, simply contact the school and we will do our best to find it.

You will receive regular newsletters and notices with information about what’s going on in the school. You can receive these by letter or by signing up to our email notification system, Schoolcomms.

We would discourage parents and carers from contacting their class teacher in the morning, as they will be busy preparing learning resources for the school day. It is better to call with any queries after 3:00pm. Class staff will call home regularly with updates about your child’s progress and learning.

There are plenty of ways parents can get involved at Euler Academy. Look out in the newsletter for Café Venn dates, parent workshops and special events!

“Our classes will be small in number because our pupils have not succeeded within large mainstream classes. This allows our pupils to be supported to grow and learn in a caring and responsive group setting.”

Our Ethos

“Our staff know pupils and their families exceptionally well and build positive, productive relationships so all pupils succeed. “

Our Ethos

“Our staff will have high expectations of pupils’ behaviour and learning so that pupils can grow in confidence. “

Our Ethos

“We value each pupil, as an individual with a unique potential to achieve.”

Our Key Values

“Our staff have high aspirations so that pupils will be broad in outlook to see beyond themselves, to reach confidently into a world of opportunity.”

Our Ethos

“To provide a specialist team of staff who understand the differing needs of pupils and enables them to access the curriculum and all allowing personal targets to be met”

Our Mission

“To become a hub of expertise for inclusive practice which will support schools across the city.”

Our Mission

“To provide a purpose built, safe, highly structured and emotionally supportive environment.”

Our Mission

“Our pupils and families feel special and belong to our supportive Euler community. “

Our Ethos

“We treat pupils, their families and staff fairly, regardless of their background, race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.”

Our Key Values

“Our pupils and families are listened to.”

Our Ethos

“We value the positive contributions of stakeholders to improve outcomes for each pupil.”

Our Key Values

“Our ethos is based on creating a nurturing and inclusive environment where care and mutual respect promote positive relationships.”

Our Ethos

“We value pupils’ personal development, including self-discipline, resilience and respect.”

Our Key Values

“To provide an effective broad and balanced curriculum which develops academic skill with a focus on reading, writing and mathematics.”

Our Mission

“We are committed to equality of opportunity for all pupils, their families and for staff.”

Our Key Values

“To provide a bespoke curriculum to meet social, emotional and mental health needs that builds resilience and confidence in pupils.”

Our Mission