Welcome Booklet for New Reception Children and Families
Below is a short booklet and checklist that should give you some of the essential information you may need before starting our school.
Please don't hesitate to email us, should you have any questions or suggestions.
Home School Agreement
A heatwave is a prolonged period of excessively hot weather, which may be accompanied by high humidity. The trigger temperatures for England are 31 degrees C during the day or 16 degrees C at night.
The Department of Health issues a heatwave plan for the UK. The core elements of this plan are:
A Heat-Health Watch system operating from 1 June to 15 September, based on Met Office
forecasts, which will trigger levels of response from the Department of Health, local authorities and other bodies.
Advice and information issued by the Department of Health directly to the public and to
health and social care professionals before a heatwave is forecast and when one is imminent.
The heat wave alert level can be found at.
The establishment will take precautions to ensure that those at risk are protected from the effects
of the sun including:
Providing access to clean drinking water
Encouraging the wearing of sun hats/sun block
Communicating this to parents
The NHS England heat wave plan can be found using this link