Transition to EYFS
We are delighted that you have expressed an interest in your child joining us at Holy Rosary RC Primary School. We would like to take the time to welcome you and your family to our Holy Rosary family.
Over the next few months, lots of decisions and plans will be put in to place to ensure that your child’s transition to Holy Rosary RC Primary School is as smooth as possible. We want to reassure you that we will assist you in any way we can to ensure all children arrive for their first day at Holy Rosary excited and prepared. We will be working closely with nurseries and families over the next few months to ensure that this transition is as seamless as possible for our new starters in 2021.
Due to current restrictions, we will be running our transition events virtually. We will send a letter with more information about our transition activities and events in due course.
Please explore this webpage to find out more information about your child’s transition to EYFS.
Click the button below to see our EYFS Parent Booklet.
A Day in the life of EYFS
Below is an example timetable of our EYFS Unit. We ensure that our EYFS children have a broad and balanced curriculum which helps them develop key skills and have the opportunity to have success celebrated. Our children are encouraged to learn through play both inside the classroom and in our outdoor area.
Click the buttons below to see a booklet that you can share with your child and a video of our classroom.
Questions & Answers
How long is the school day?
Typically, the school day starts at 8.50am and finishes at 3pm.
Any changes for September 2021 would be communicated fully to all parents before the start of the term.
What is available for my child to eat and drink during the day?
Children receive a free hot school meal every day. Allergies are catered for, just make sure to let staff know prior to starting. With the meal, children have water provided. Children in Reception can opt to bring a packed lunch.
Throughout the day, children have access to water. All children have an option to have milk at snack time and a piece of fruit.
What does my child need to bring on thier first day?
It is useful if children bring a bottle of water with their name on, and a bag of spare clothes that they can leave on their peg.
How can I find out how my child is doing at school?
We hold parents evenings twice a year, where we will give updates on your child’s progress.
Parents can also keep an eye on Tapestry where we post photos and videos of what your child has been doing at school.
Do you have breakfast club and after-school clubs?
Breakfast club is available for Reception children, starting at 8:15am. This is to be booked on our school ParentApp.
Tips for getting ready for school
Below, you can see some useful tips for getting your child ready for starting school.
More information can be found on this webpage www.pacey.org.uk/schoolready