New Intake September 2024
A warm welcome from everyone at Romsey Abbey Church of England Primary School. Your child's first year at school is among one of the most important changes in their life. At Romsey Abbey Church of England Primary we want your little one to have the best possible start. On this page you will find lots of information for when you child starts school in September 2024.
We have included some information and links below to help support you before your child starts school with us.
Click below to read the Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years' guide to being school ready...
Tiny Happy People is here to help you develop your child's communication skills. Explore our simple activities and play ideas and find out about their amazing early development.
Guidance to your child's learning and development in the EYFS
Everything parents need to know about Numeracy development from 0-6 with fun activities you can build into everyday life and play.
Is your child entitled to Free School Meals?
If you think that you may be eligible for free school meals, please visit the Free School Meals Eligibility Checker and enter the required details (Parent/Carer's full legal name, date of birth and National Insurance Number or National Asylum Support Service Number).
Universal Free School Meals
All children attending school in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are entitled to a free two course meal. Meals are nutritionally balanced, freshly prepared and cooked daily on site, with a choice of Meat or Vegetarian. If your child has a special dietary need an alternative option to what has been planned can be provided. Termly menus will be Parent Mailed to you so that you are able to help your child choose which option they would like. For more information please visit our meal provider HC3S using the link below.
If your child has a special dietary need please let us know by completing the HC300 form which can be found using the link below
The School Nursing Service
Their aim is improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people. They work with families and young people from five to nineteen and are usually linked to a school or group of schools. School nurses work across education and health, providing a link between school, home and the community.