Everyone at cannot wait to welcome you and your child into our school family.
Please be assured that we will be doing all we can to keep you up to date regarding the transition process before your child joins our school.
If you have any specific questions that we can help you with, please feel free to phone the school office on 01253 855215 or email [email protected]
Further information can be found on our Admissions information page.
Frequently Asked Questions:
These are Red, Yellow and Blue Class.
Look out for details of your child's class in the induction pack that will be sent out to you in the post during the week ending 26th June 2020.
The class lists are put together extremely carefully, taking into full consideration parental requests, advice from nursery, nursery friendship groups and ensuring an even mixture of girls and boys as well as Summer and Winter born children.
Obviously, we don’t yet know your children, and while it is most likely that these class groups will travel throughout the school years in these classes, they are not set in stone.
From time to time, for a variety of reasons, we find we need to make necessary adjustments and changes after the Foundation Year and before Year 1 in order to ensure the best possible journey through school.
Winter: October – Easter
Grey skirt/pinafore or grey tailored trousers (girls)
Grey trousers (boys)
Navy blue cardigan/pullover/or school sweatshirt
Black school shoes
Summer: Easter to October half term
Blue and white gingham dress or jumpsuits (Girls)
Short sleeved polo shirt sky blue
Grey trousers/shorts (Boys)
Black school shoes
Each child should also have a pump bag, dark blue shorts, a school T-shirt (in the appropriate house colour – of which you will be advised) and plimsolls.
Any item containing a school logo is available to purchase from:
All Hallows Road,
Please ensure that your child's name is CLEARLY MARKED on all his/her belongings, including shoes. We expect all children to take pride in their appearance. With this in mind, extremes of fashion, such as garish bows and extreme hair styles are not allowed in school.
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