Information for New Starters
St Lawrence Primary School welcomes new starters, whether starting school for the first time in our Reception Class or joining us from another school.
Before your child starts, we need to have sight of your child’s birth certificate – please bring it into the office for us to record we have seen the original, for our records.
All new Reception Class starters will be provided with a pack of forms from the school office to complete.
In year starters will also be provided with a pack of forms by the office if required, or they can be printed from the forms listed below.
Please complete the forms below and return them to the school office:
Before starting at St Lawrence, we need to know if parents give consent/permission for the following: photo consent, local walks, medical needs in school, PG rated video clips.
Click here to view the Policy on using photographic images of students
You can give permission either by printing the School Agreement and Permission Form below, or by ticking the appropriate boxes using the SIMS Parent App. (Information about how to download and use the Parent App can be found below, on this page).
Click here to open the School Agreement and Permissions Form
The form also asks parents to confirm they have read and agreed to support the following:
Parents may also like to give their year 5 and 6 children the opportunity to walk to and from school unaccompanied by an adult.
click here to view our ‘Permission to walk to and from school without adult supervision’ letter.
Find out where to park, drop off and collection times and lots more …. click here
Please click here for a list of recommended stationery items for children in KS2
SIMS Parent App - Data Collection
This is the way in which we make sure that all the information we hold in school about your child is up to date. Please click here for further details.
Welcome to the Friends of St Lawrence
click here for the Friends Welcome letter - for more information about our Friends, look at their pages under the About Us tab.
Helping at School and Parent Volunteers
Children really enjoy having their parents come into school and we encourage parents to come and help with lots of different activities (reading, cooking, school projects, school trips etc). We require parent volunteers who will be working unsupervised with children to have an enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check. Please speak to your child's teacher in the first instance if you would like to volunteer in school. Click here for more information about parent volunteers.