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Welcome to Reception!

Meet Our Team!


Mrs Jane Aston - class 1 teacher/EYFS co-ordinator

Mrs Jane Doult - class 2 teacher

Mrs Emma Weston - class 3 teacher

Mrs Heather Preston - higher level teaching assistant

Mrs Nasreen Begum - bi-lingual teaching assistant

Mrs Jo Frost - teaching assistant/atelierista

Mrs Amy Taylor - teaching assistant


The School Day


Children should be dropped off at their class door at 8:35am and registration closes at 8:45am.

The gates will be locked promptly at 8:45am - pupils arriving after this time will be required to go through the office and will be recorded as late.

Pick up time at the end of the day is 3:15pm. Children left behind after 3:20pm may be asked to join After School Club and at this point a charge will be applied.

Each day the children need a coat, water bottle and packed lunch if they are not having a school dinner.

Suitable footwear – every day we will encourage the children to take part in physical activities, so they need comfortable, safe footwear to do so.

Slippers can be left in school for children to change into.

All uniform, including outdoor clothing, needs to be named.

PE Days


After Christmas, all pupils need to bring an appropriate PE kit on their allocated PE days. 

Children will need the following items of clothing in their PE kits:

  • plain black shorts/cycling shorts or leggings
  • a school royal blue short or long-sleeved T-shirt, which can be purchased via the school website/ uniform shop or a plain blue or white top
  • training shoes suitable for outdoor games on the field and playground

Please note! No football shirts/strips should be worn, and clothing should not have large brand names on them.

Children will also need wellies and waterproofs for our Squirrel School and Outdoor Learning sessions - these will be kept in school.

 PESquirrel School
Class 1FridayThroughout the week
Class 2FridayThroughout the week
Class 3FridayThroughout the week

Reading at Home


Reading – children should aim to read for 10 minutes each day: the more a child reads at home, the more progress they will make. We ask that an adult at home supports reading for 10 minutes each night and signs their child's reading diary to show that this has happened.



ParentPay can be used to pay school meals and for any other trips / visits that are planned in school.

ParentPay is also used to give permission for activities beyond the daily curriculum offer, including for trips, visitors or other enrichment activities.

If you need any help or support setting up your ParentPay account, please contact the team in the office who will be happy to help.

Keeping in Touch


We will continue to use Dojo as a way of keeping in touch. 

We will do our best to respond in a timely manner, but please bear in mind that during the school day we are focused on teaching and learning with your children, and we do not monitor Dojo after 5:30pm.

If you have an urgent request/message, please contact the team in the office.



Overall School: 93.2%