Reception 2020

 

Starting school is one of the most important experiences in any child’s life - a step into a brand new world – with new people to meet, unfamiliar rules, routines and situations, along with thousands of new things to learn.

 

It is important to us at Leigh Central that we ensure that this new start in our school is a happy one for you and your child. At this point in time we aren’t clear about when we will be able to resume to normal school business, however, we hope that this page will help you and your child settle into school life at Leigh Central! We will be adding more information as we go along so, if your child is starting with us in September, please keep visiting.

 

We are always happy to help and if you ever need to talk then please do feel free to ring or email us. You can also send queries through our online form on the Contact Us page.

 

We are very proud that Leigh Central is highly regarded within the Local Authority, with an excellent local reputation and a ‘good’ OFSTED rating (February 2017). We are really looking forward to welcoming you and your child into our Leigh Central family!

Foundation Stage Aims and the Reception Curriculum

Education in Early Years is extremely important as it forms the foundation for later life. Children in our Reception class follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum (EYFS). Click the title above to find out more about what we do.

 

 

School Uniform

Children in Reception will access the outdoor area during all weathers. Please ensure your child comes to school in a suitable waterproof coat and has a pair of wellington boots for use during wet weather. You can find full uniform details clicking 'Uniform' under the Parent Information tab at the top of this page.

BBC Bitesize Starting Primary School

Getting ready for transition at home might be a new challenge for families whose preschoolers would ordinarily be in childcare in the run-up to starting school. BBC Bitesize Starting Primary School has lots of resources to help you have fun together at the same time as supporting their learning and sense of independence.

 

There's also advice on how to make your home a fun learning zone, and films to help your child develop independence skills like using the toilet and getting into good sleep habits.

 

Simply click on the image to the left to access their website.