Thank you for your patience in these unusual times as we plan for the safe return of our current children as well as welcoming yours in the hopefully not to distance future.
We would have normally invited your child in for stay and plays during this summer term and conducted home visits before they start in September. Unfortunately under current guidance neither is possible.
We remain unclear as to what the guidance will be in September for schools, however we intend to still provide an opportunity for induction, which will replace our usual summer term stay and plays. Once we are able to offer a start date, we will also offer stay and plays, a optional staggered start and a parent meeting. Further details of this will be provided when we can provide exact dates.
We have set up this page to help with your child's start to school and we will update this with information over the coming weeks.
If you have any questions in the meantime please mail them to email@example.com
We currently publish a weekly family newsletter via out website, which may be of interest. You will know your child best, perhaps talking to them about our school and showing them photos may help them to prepare.
To view the newsletter please follow the link below
Many parents will want to buy uniform ahead of September and these circumstances are no different. However we advise parents each year, that children can grow a lot over the summer before they start, so when thinking of uniform please take this in to consideration.
Uniform can be ordered by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and your order will be ready for collection 1st & 2nd September
If you would rather wait until September, this is also Ok and we will have the uniform we sell in stock.
Please refer to our uniform booklet for details on uniform, what we stock and prices
We have strong links with our school nursing team and they will come in a few times a year to check your child's:
You will receive a form to 'opt in or out' of this service.
Top Tips for Talking
"Reading and writing float on a sea of talk." - James Britton
Please do ensure there are good quality talk sessions with your child on a daily basis. Below are some ideas on how to enrich your child's 'chatter' experiences.