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New Reception Pupils and Families

New Reception Pupils and Families

We are very pleased that your child will be joining Firs Primary School in September 2024 and we look forward to a happy and successful partnership. We will share important information, pictures of our wonderful setting and other useful documents on this page, so please do check back regularly.

 

We look forward to meeting you all at our Parent Meeting, Open Evening and other events (please see the transition letter below). If you have any questions, please contact the school office. 

 

Mrs Pentith

Assistant Headteacher 

Reception 2024-2025 Transition Letter

 

Our transition letter details our robust transition process, which aims to support all children and their families as they join Firs Primary School. It also gives details about school uniform and our September transition period. If you have not yet been emailed a copy of this letter, and you have accepted a place at our school, please contact the school office and we will look into this for you.

Our September transition period is outlined below.

 

Dates  Timings
Wednesday 4th SeptemberStay and Play sessions for parents and carers to attend with their children – email to follow
Thursday 5th September

8:40am– 11:30am for children who did not attend our Nursery

 

12:45pm – 3:15pm for children who attended our Nursery

Friday 6th September

8:40am – 11:30am for children who attended our Nursery for 15hours AND children who did not attend our Nursery

 

8:40am – 3:15pm for children who attended our Nursery for 30 hours

Monday 9th September8:40am - 3:15pm Full timetable to commence for all children

 

Getting ready to start school

 

Starting school can be very exciting but we understand that some children (and adults) feel nervous about the change. There are many ways that you can support your child to be as ready as they can be to start school. The poster below is full of ideas of what 'ready for school' may mean for you and your child. The summer holidays are a perfect time to practise independence skills such as toileting, hand washing and getting dressed. We will give you more information at our Parents and Carers Meeting. 

 

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