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Starting Nursery 2021

Starting Nursery 2021

We are delighted that you are considering sending your child to Lark Hill Community Primary School in September 2021.

On behalf of the staff, children, parents, carers and governors, I would like to welcome you and your family to Lark Hill Community Primary school and hope that you will soon feel part of our school community.

Starting somewhere new can be a worrying and uncertain time so we have created this page to answer some of your questions and to give you some general information about how our school and EYFS classes work. Ordinarily, we would be inviting you to view our setting. Unfortunately, due to the current situation, we will need to make some changes to our usual viewings. However, we still want you to get a feel of our school, meet the staff and see our setting virtually.

We understand that your child starting school for the first time is a very important step which, even in normal circumstances can be daunting. Therefore, if you require any support, please do not hesitate to contact us using the following email address: larkhill.primaryschool@salford.gov.uk

Please remember that we are always here to work with you as you support your child to get the best education they can.

We look forward to getting to know you and your child and welcoming you to Lark Hill at the beginning of a very exciting part of their learning journey.

To provide families with an introduction to our Early Years, we have put together a short virtual tour of our indoor and outdoor classroom. We hope you enjoy looking at it with your child as you begin to prepare to join us in September. 

Staff in Nursery

Teachers: NM - Miss Moran/
Learning Support Assistants: 

Additional Staff you will meet at Lark Hill:

Mrs Lavelle - Head of School

Mrs Berry - SENDCo

Mrs Rivington - Children and Families Officer and Deputy Safeguarding Lead

Mrs Scales - Deputy Safeguarding Lead

Uniform

We do lots of enjoyable and messy activities in Nursery, and inevitably the children will get dirty. For this reason we require children to wear a school uniform. We also ask that parents and carers provide a spare set of clothes which must stay on your child’s peg. These clothes do not have to be uniform, but they allow us to easily change your child should they have an accident or get wet. The clothes should be in a carrier bag labelled with your child’s name (no rucksacks, please) Please also supply a change of underwear, in case of ‘accidents’.


The school uniform for Lark Hill is as follows:

  • Purple sweatshirt or cardigan
  • White polo top or white shirt (non-logo)
  • Grey or black trousers or skirt
  • All black school shoes or all black trainers
  • In the summer purple gingham dresses can be worn
  • Jeans or fashion trousers are not allowed
  • No logos on uniforms except for the school logo
  • No large bows in hair
  • Stud earrings only and a watch. No hoops or necklaces