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The Grange Community Infant School

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Prospective Parent Information - Admissions

September 2021 New Starters

 

We hope you found the tour of the school interesting and that your child enjoyed visiting their classroom. It has been lovely to welcome many children for the story session. 

 

We hope you have a super summer and we look forward to seeing you in September.

 

FRoGS (our PTA) are hoping to hold a second hand uniform sale in the new term. Please see letter below from the uniform shop.

 

There will be an additional holiday on Friday 22nd October 2021 in lieu of the Bank Holiday in June 2022 for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

 

September 2022 New Starters

 

Please complete an Expression of Interest Card to receive details of tours of the school. We are hoping to hold a Prospective Parents' Evening on Tuesday 19th October 2021.

Surrey County Council is the admission authority for this school. To find up to date information about the school's admission arrangements and details on how to apply, either as part of the normal intake or during the school year, please  see the Surrey County Council website using the link above. 

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What the children say about school:

"The Grange is a wonderful place and I really like it here"

"Maths is good because you get to work things out"


"I like doing writing because sometimes you do short pieces of writing and sometimes you do long pieces"

 

"You have to use your brain a lot in maths"
 

"I like The Grange because we've got lots of things outside and our classrooms are nice and tidy"

 

What visitors say about the school:

"It was very pleasing to perform for the pupils who were loud, enthusiastic and responsive"
 

"Thank you for the wonderful, happy visit to your lovely school"
 

"Thank you for such a wonderful event tonight, we thoroughly enjoyed all of the activities and experiences"
 

"Lovely children, very attentive and inquisitive, some good questions and very well behaved"

 

 

Ways to Help your Child Before Starting School

  • Teach them to use the toilet and wash and dry hands independently
  • Encourage your child to try as many fruits and vegetables as possible in preparation for snack time in the classroom
  • Teach them how to recognise their name and label every piece of clothing, including shoes and socks
  • Encourage a love of books by reading regularly to your child and visiting the library
  • Teach your child to dress/undress as independently as possible
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