Inspiring a Love for Lifelong Learning
Ashford Park 2021 & New to Reception September 2020
If you would like to apply for a place for your child to join our Reception classes (children aged 4 - 5) at Ashford Park Primary School in September 2021, please be advised that application window opened on 2nd November 2020: Surrey admissions link 2nd November 2020
Please find our Ashford Park introductory video:
Please click for information: All About Ashford Park Primary School (APPS)
We have loved welcoming our new to reception, September 2020 children to APPS. The children have settled beautifully!
In reception at Ashford Park Primary School, our aims are:
- to support children in making a confident transition into school
- to provide a happy, caring and safe learning environment
- to plan learning experiences that meet the individual needs and interests of every child through a balanced provision of adult-led and child-initiated opportunities
- to support children to become confident and competent learners so that they are able to reach their potential
- to provide a broad and balanced high-quality curriculum in line with the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) guidance
- to foster positive home school links with parents and carers
To aid this truly unique transition during these uncertain times of COVID-19, we have a produced several presentations, which will provide you with more information about our school, how the Reception classes 'function', our shared expectations, and hopefully answer many of your questions.
Click Here and DOWNLOAD to PLAY and LISTEN to our EYFS presentation.
Look around our reception classrooms
Have a look around our reception classrooms and explore our outdoor area with us. Find out a little bit more about some of the exciting learning that we will be doing together when you begin school with us!
Meet the Teachers
Meet Mrs Diplock, our Rabbit class teacher. She is reading "We're Going on a Bear Hunt" by Michael Rosen.
Meet Mrs Maxfield, our Otter class teacher. She is reading "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" by Eric Carle.
Meet Miss Spiers, our Dormouse class teacher. She is reading "The Gruffalo" by Julia Donaldson.
We use the Development Matters in the EYFS document as Guidance to ensure that we deliver high standards of early education and care that supports the development of every child. These principles underpin all future learning by supporting and fostering the children’s personal, social and emotional wellbeing. It encourages positive attitudes and dispositions towards learning, and promotes learning through play.
Guidance on what to expect at each stage of their child’s learning and development can be found here.
Guidance on supporting your child with starting school can be found here.
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