St Teresa's Catholic Primary School

Growing and learning together, as part of God’s family, to be the best we can be.

Brook Road, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire WD6 5HL

020 8953 3753

admin@stteresas.herts.sch.uk

Information and forms for new Reception parents

See below for Important information you must read for all new parents and children.

Please take time to carefully read all of these documents so you are fully informed about the school procedures and expectations.  

To enable your child to start school next term, we need you to complete the relevant forms below in New pupil starter forms. 

For your convenience, these forms can be downloaded, completed, and then emailed back as attachments to admissions@stteresas.herts.sch.uk   or completed and returned by hand to the school office at your New Parent meeting.

Please complete and return these forms to the school office by Friday 2nd July. If you have any problems or queries please contact the school office 020 8953 3753.

We would also be grateful for your swift completion of the 'All about me booklet' as this will help your child's teacher to get to know your child a little before they start.  

Induction Presentations from Mrs McBride (Head teacher) and Mrs Ward (Reception class teacher)

We know that children who are school ready are happy, healthy, curious and ready to learn

The Early Years service, in partnership with early years providers, schools and Herts for Learning, have developed a school readiness guide to support families and children. 

Starting School Leaflet 2021

I am starting school leaflet.

Life skills for little ones - starting school Sep 2021

Bookstart Take time to read Reception

School Nursing Animation  https://youtu.be/7RoTkp3vkB0

 

Please download the FREE school Gateway App from your normal app provider.

All payments to the school must be made via this app which is also used as a method of vital communication from the school

School Milk

Children in our Reception Class, under the age of 5, currently qualify to receive free milk at school as part of the UK Government’s Nursery Milk Scheme.

Once your child turns five and you still want your child to have milk you must pay for this unless you qualify for benefit-related Free School Meals. 

Please read below how to order milk for your child.