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RECEPTION INTAKE 2022 - 2023
We would like to welcome you and your child to Scotts Primary School. We hope that this page provides you with the information you need in preparation for September 2022.
All parents will have received a letter confirming their child's playdate, which will take place in July (Summer term). All Reception children will have the opportunity to meet their teachers and the other children who will be in their class come September.
Reception children's first week:
- Monday 12th September- 9:30-11.30
- Tuesday 13th September- 9:30-2:45
- Wednesday 14th September- 9:30-2:45
- Thursday 15th September- 9:30-2:45
- Friday 16th September- 9:30-2:45
Week commencing 19th September 2022:
- Reception children will start full time. Gates open from 8:30am -8:45am and all children should be collected at 3:15pm from the infant playground.
Virtual tour video
3.15 - home time
Havering catering services menu for September
Breakfast and After School Club - Twilight Club
If you wish your child to attend our Twilight Club please complete Registration & Agreement Forms and send via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Forms to complete
Please print and complete all of this information and bring with you on your child's playdate along with your child's original birth certificate with a copy for our records.
If you are unable to attend the playdate please email all this information to email@example.com by Friday 15th July at the latest please.
All about me booklet (Please return this booklet on your child's first day).
Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum
Parent welcome presentation
Outdoor Learning Area
How long is the school day?
Our gates open at 8.30am, ready for children to start school at 8.45am. School finishes at 3.15pm.
How many children are in each classroom?
We have 30 children in each classroom.
Who is the EYFS lead?
Which phonics program do you follow?
What homework is set for Reception children?
Children are set homework weekly. They are given two books to read each week. We ask that children read 5 times a week. They are also given words to learn and weekly phonics homework.
How do you deal with behaviour concerns?
We follow a consistent behaviour approach, with positive behaviour strategies in place and clear rewards and sanctions there to encourage good behaviour. Our full behaviour policy can be found in school information - policies.
Do you have a breakfast and after school club?
At Scotts, we run our own before and after school provision (Twilight Club). Any parent needing this provision can complete a registration form when they have been offered a place. We will expand the provision to ensure that we can meet the needs of our parents.
Do you aim to develop a relationship with the child's family to enhance their learning and form a community?
We pride ourselves on being a community school. Relationships between staff and parents are very important to ensure the best possible outcomes for your child. Where possible we ask parents to take part in workshops and events in school as well as communicating on a regular basis.