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Wyburns Primary School
Nevern Road, SS6 7PE, UK Rayleigh
+44 (0)1268 770914
www:http://www.wyburns.com/e-mail:headteacher@wyburns.com

Hello,
My name is  Mervyn Pocock, Headteacher at Wyburns.
I'm glad you found us on the Internet.  Please take a few moments to browse our pages.
You could even email us at
headteacher@wyburns.com
with your comments and suggestions 


When will my child start school?

During the term when your child becomes 5 years old, we refer to them as Reception children.  Before this, we refer to them as Early Years children.  Early Years children have the option to start school at the beginning of the Autumn Term (September) following their 4th birthday so they could be with us for two terms as Early Years and then one term as Reception.  Children are not legally obliged to attend school until the term following their 5th birthday, at this time they are referred to as Year 1.  Many parents like to take advantage of an early start for their children.  If you feel your child is not ready to start school in September please come and discuss the situation with either the Headteacher or the Early Years/Reception Co-ordinator.  You may decide that you would like your child to start later in the term.  We are always happy to discuss start dates with parents and find a time that is going to be most beneficial to the child.

Children in the early years class must go home at lunchtime until the school decides that they are ready to stay – usually after the first term.  Reception children may stay to school dinner or bring a packed lunch from their first day at Wyburns, at the discretion of the Headteacher.  Children normally come to school full time once they are in the Reception class. However, it may be possible for your child to come to school full time earlier than this.  Again, we are happy to discuss the situation with you.

 

UNIFORM

'School Uniform' is really 'School Colours'
and they are pale blue and/or dark blue.

Both boys and girls wear pale blue polo shirts with a Wyburns motif on the breast.

Over the top of this the children wear either a pale blue or light blue sweatshirt, again with the Wyburns motif.

Some children prefer to wear a pale blue blouse or shirt, with a Wyburns tie.

 

 

Girls wear dark blue skirts and the boys wear dark blue (or black) trousers.  The youngest children in the Early Years class may wear jogging bottoms with elasticated waistbands, but jeans are not permitted.

Black or dark blue shoes should be worn, although white sandals are acceptable in the summer months.

During the summer, girls may wear pale blue and white summer dresses based on stripes or gingham design.

PLEASE LABEL ALL CLOTHES CLEARLY

There is a school uniform based on the colours pale blue and dark blue.  You’ll find the other children wear blue sweatshirts*, cardigans, skirts and pale blue T shirts or polo shirts*.  Children carry their books in bookbags* (which makes life easier for them and for us!) and in the summer we encourage them to wear sunhats*. 

Items marked (*) are available with the Wyburns logo and are on sale at the school office, as follows -

Pale Blue Polo Shirt £8.00
Pale Blue Sweatshirt £9.00
Dark Blue Sweatshirt £9.00
Dark Blue Cardigans £9.00
Book Bag £3.00
PE Bag £2.00
Pale Blue Baseball Cap £2.75

It is important that children wear clothes that are comfortable, easily cleaned and easy to take on and off. Aprons are provided for messy activities but accidents still can happen!  Please encourage your child to be independent in dressing & undressing themselves.

Children will need warm coats and suitable shoes for playing in the playground. 

Jewellery should NOT be worn to school.  This is for your child’s safety.  Small stud earrings may be worn, these should be removed (by the child) or covered for PE.

ETHOS

OUR AIMS FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING
Our aim is that all children will;
  • be tolerant and understanding with respect for the rights, views and property of others
  • develop a responsible and independent attitude towards work and towards their roles in society
  • achieve their potential in terms of academic achievement, aesthetic appreciation and spiritual awareness.


PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING AND LEARNING
We see teaching and learning as;

  • a process of co-operative team work
  • the involvement of parents and others in the community.


IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE OUR AIMS, THERE ARE CERTAIN RESPONSIBILITIES ON

 


Staff

 


Parents

 


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Whole Community

CLUBS

School Clubs for Autumn Term 2007
 
Day Club Yr Groups Times Start End Cost
Monday Martial Arts 3 - 6 3.30 - 4.30pm 10/09/07 10/12/07 £3.00
Tuesday Tennis 3 - 6 3.15 - 4.15pm 11/09/07 11/12/07 £3.00
Wednesday Football - SUFC 3 - 6 8.00 - 8.40am 12/09/07 12/12/07 Free
  Football - Mr Stone 5 - 6 3.15 - 4.00pm 19/09/07 12/12/07 Free
  Netball 5 - 6 3.15 - 4.15pm 12/09/07 12/12/07 Free
  Multi-Sports 3 - 4 3.15 - 4.15pm 12/09/07 28/11/07 Free
  Basketball 4 - 6 3.30 - 4.30pm 12/09/07 12/12/07 £2.00
Thursday Girls Football 4 - 6 3.15 - 4.15pm 13/09/07 29/11/07 Free
  Gymnastics 3 - 6 3.30 - 4.30pm 13/09/07 12/12/07 £2.00
Friday ASK Club 1 - 6 3.15 - 4.15pm 14/09/07 13/12/07 £2.00
  Football - SUFC 2 - 4 3.30 - 4.30pm 14/09/07 13/12/07 £3.00



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