Updates!

Key workers' and vulnerable children are entitled to attend school during lockdown, but there is no requirement that you do so and you may have alternative childcare arrangements that you can use.  If you intend to send your child to school on any day, please email key@haygrove.somerset.sch.uk.

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Following recent Government announcements regarding COVID-19 testing for all students and staff at school, please make sure you have confirmed or declinded consent for your child to be tested.  Click here to find out more and how to confirm your consent

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ALL PARENTS - we are using email and the parent app to communicate with parents/carers, please check your spam/junk folder regularly and remember to save the sender email address as a contact so that future emails from school will go direct to your inbox. Please also register for the Parent App if you have not yet done so and remember to turn on notifications so that you are aware when a new email or message is sent. 

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HAYGROVE SCHOOL

Year 6 Transition

Excellent partnerships with our local primary schools ensure continuity of support and a smooth transition process. Our First Steps journey gives parents and children opportunities to visit the school, speak to staff and students, ask questions and then make an informed Secondary school choice. Once places have been allocated, the journey continues so that everyone is prepared for the September start.

This year our Open Evening was 100% online, click here to experience our Virtual Open Evening 2020.

 


 

STEP 1 - Year 6 Open Mornings and our Open Evening take place in September and October to give parents a chance to see the school in action, meet some of our students and staff and get answers to any questions they may have. Parents then make their choice of school for their children.

STEP 2 - The Local Authority will confirm which applicants have been allocated places at Haygrove School. This is normally in early March.

STEP 3 - Welcome letters are sent to parents in Spring, informing them of Induction Evenings and referring them to the school website for the latest information.

STEP 4 – In May and June, our senior staff visit all our local primary schools to talk to Year 6 students about Haygrove School, our expectations and opportunities.

STEP 5 – In the Summer term, letters are sent to parents with details of Tutor Group allocation, the date and times of our Induction Evening, where parents and pupils meet with Tutors, Head of Year and senior staff.

STEP 6 – Our July Induction Day provides an opportunity for Year 6 students who are joining us in September to experience some lessons and make friends within their Tutor Group.

STEP 7 – The first day of school arrives!  The day is spent getting to know Tutors and Prefects, with planned activities throughout, to help new students to "find their feet" within the school.

 


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"Our son has made lots of new friends and his confidence has grown in just a few weeks." Year 7 parent

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