Starting new to school Year 1-6
Applying to our school
If you wish to enrol your child into the school and they are not of an Early Years age (4-5), then use the link below. The school uses Ha,pshire County Council Admission services.
What Happens before your child starts Weeke Primary?
As a parent making the right choice for your child's education is key, alongside this ensuring that the whole school experience is a positive one for them. At Weeke, our inclusive, caring and high expectations approach means children settle well into the school and their learning journey.
If you are interested in your child attending Weeke, in the first instance get in touch with the school office to arrange a time to look around the school. This can also be arranged with or without your child.
Once you have decided joining our school is the best option for them, use Hampshire Admission website to register your interest. As soon as the school receives the information they will be in touch to discuss more about starting at our school.
Finally, when a place has been offered the school office will contact you to arrange paperwork and start date. Our office will work closely with you to ensure your child is ready for school.
What will happen when my child first starts school?
The process below will help you to understand how we support you and your child in their first few weeks at school.
1. The office will gove you the information regarding start date and time.
2. Children (with parents/carers) will come to the school office and be introduced to the class teacher.
3. The class teacher and adults in the classroom will work closely with your child to help them have a positive start to school. This may include another tour of the school, introduction to key staff, support out on the playground, buddying up children within the classroom and much much more.
4. After the first day your child will be dismissed to the registered adults and the teacher will feedback about their day.
5. This connection and communication will continue throughout the first few weeks in school.
6. If the teacher or another adult to to contact the parent, they will call to discuss thoughts and next steps.
How will the school inform me about my child and them settling in?
The school uses; email, telephone, face to face and Arbor to communicate with parents and carers. We are an open door school which means we will find the time to talk to you during or after school time.
After they have settled, within the academic year we have two parents consultations and an end of year written report.
Where can I find out more about my child's learning?
There are a range of ways to find out more a bout your child's learning including:
- This school website and the curriculum pages
- The two social media sites - X (Twitter) and Facebook
- Events in school and assemblies
- Parent workshops
- Fortnightly newsletter